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A path to the Abitur

The Neue Schule Dorsten offers all lower secondary school qualifications and ensures access to the upper secondary school level through binding cooperation. Support is organised in such a way that all pupils achieve the best possible educational qualification after year 10. The Neue Schule offers a direct route (G9) to the Fachhochschulreife or Allgemeine Hochschulreife.

Learning according to grammar school standards

Whether children are taught according to grammar school standards from the outset or later on depends on their performance potential. Support is individualised so that all children are challenged and supported according to their talents.

The routes to the Abitur

The school cooperates with upper secondary schools of different profiles in the city. This ensures the best possible, individualised access to upper secondary level. Every pupil is given the opportunity to choose a qualification that suits their own career prospects. This is ensured through continuous co-operation with partner schools.

Teaching - Quality standards

Lesson times are planned in such a way that effective, social and subject-related learning is optimised. Each teacher works in their subject with their learning group using scientifically sound methods, taking into account the latest educational research.

Learning stations - lessons in specially designed rooms:

The school organises support and challenge lessons in so-called learning stations. Special desks, media and digital equipment are used to open up learning for every pupil. This is set up to enable guided, self-directed learning.

Effective and subject-related learning units

Learning units of 65 minutes allow intensive engagement with the content. These learning units ensure that pupils find a balanced number of different subject options in their timetable. [More information here]

Performance assessment and performance feedback

Children and young people develop particular motivation to learn when their strengths are recognised and continuously encouraged. The report cards are supplemented by reports that emphasise strengths and include development goals.


The school day varies between learning and relaxation times: Subject-related learning units, lunch, leisure activities for exercise and relaxation. In the afternoon, lessons are used in particular for extended learning programmes. [More information here]

School time is life time

Pupils take responsibility for themselves and others. The democratic pedagogical orientation is reflected in the class council. This is where achievements are recognised and challenges are clarified. Teachers entrust pupils with as much responsibility as is possible in a goal-orientated manner.

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