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Schleswig-Holstein

Elementary school: transition to secondary school ("orientation level")

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

Your child is in the fourth grade of elementary school. After receiving the development report, you must choose which school your daughter or son should attend in the future.
Schleswig-Holstein offers the option of attending a community school or a grammar school.
In grammar schools, years 5 and 6 are designed as an orientation stage. The aim of the orientation stage is to support and challenge the children and to determine whether the pupil is likely to be able to work successfully at grammar school.
Community schools do not have an orientation level - these schools are characterized by extended joint learning and individual support. All pupils should be supported and challenged according to their abilities and also be taught together to a large extent beyond year 6.


Legal basis
  • Schleswig-Holstein School Act (Schulgesetz - SchulG),
  • State Ordinance on Community Schools (GemVO),
  • State ordinance on the lower secondary level of grammar schools (Schulartverordnung Gymnasien - SAVOGym).
What else should I know?

An updated information brochure "Which school for my child" is published annually and distributed to all Year 4 pupils.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Legal basis

  • Schleswig-Holstein School Act (Schulgesetz - SchulG),
  • State Ordinance on Community Schools (GemVO),
  • State ordinance on the lower secondary level of grammar schools (Schulartverordnung Gymnasien - SAVOGym).

What else should I know?

An updated information brochure "Which school for my child" is published annually and distributed to all Year 4 pupils.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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