Registration Time

   7:35 – 7:50

Period 1

   7:50 – 8:40

Period 2

   8:40 – 9:30

Recess

   9:30 – 9:50

Period 3

   9:50 – 10:40

Period 4

 10:45 – 11:35

Lunch Break

 11:35 – 12:30

Period 5

 12:30 – 13:15

Period 6

 13:15 – 14:00

Period 7 (only from grade 5 on)

 14:05 – 14:50

Period 8 (only from grade 5 on)

 14:50 – 15:35

         

ASA – After School Activities

14:15 – 15:05 (or 16:00)

ASC – After School Care

See ASC application

Latest pick-up time from school

 17:30

 

 

"And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. 
But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for." 
John Keating - Dead Poets Society

 

At ABIS we believe creative art, music and drama to be an everyday part of our student´s school experience. The Arts can never be seperated from other subject groups like the science or languages

As innumerable studies have shown, the Arts are an integral part of any educational program. Although Arts education technically involves the study of theory, history, and practice in the disciplines of Music, Dance, Theatre, and Visual Arts, a firm grounding in the Arts provides many more benefits for the learner than can be seen on the surface.

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The After School Activity program is designed to give students and opportunity to explore activities of particular interest to them outside of the regular school program. They also provide a special situation for children to socialise with others of the same or different grade.

After School Activities - First Term 2019/2020:

 Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
2.10 - 3:10 Coding Adventure Coding Hello Ruby Creativity & Expression Bayblade Instrumental Music
  Italian Club ECO Club Archeology Did You Know?  
  Mindfullness - Grade 4 German Club Adventure Race Choir (from grade 2)  
      Creative Ballet Rugby (grades 3-5)  
      Mindfullness - Grade 6    
     
Music, Rhythm & Movement
   
      Rugby (grades 1+2)    
           
3:15- 4:15     Painting like VanGogh Mastering Oil Painting  
        Choir (from grade 6)  

The ANTON BRUCKNER INTERNATIONAL PARENT TEACHER ORGANIZATION (PTO) is an enthusiastic and committed group of parents and teachers.

We take the lead in organizing fundraising and community building events, which strengthen and support our school. Some of these events organized throughout the school year are:

  • School Yearbook
  • Healthy Snack: A healthy snack prepared every other week by volunteer parents, to show are kids the benefits of healthy habits. Consisting of fresh fruits, nuts, freshly baked bread and yogurts.
  • Fruit Basket: Every week a fruit basket is available for all students and teachers to snack on; it is located in the hallway outside of the teachers lounge.
  • Creation and maintenance of the website
  • Fundraising events
  • International Day
  • St. Nikolaus visit in December
  • Winterwonderland (Christmas market)
  • Walkathon
  • Sportsday
  • School is out party
  • PTO Morning Coffee
  • PTO Dinner
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At Anton Bruckner International School we believe that technology plays an important and integral role in supporting learning in all subject areas.  As part of the IB Programme, our children learn how to best use the vast amount of information that is available, while developing skills to critically evaluate the information they find.  During the Unit of Inquiry, children utilise technology to conduct research and present the findings in increasingly creative ways.  

The school makes use of laptops and iPads to collaborate in groups, in addition to a diverse set of Applications.  These include Google Classroom and GSuite for Education, several programming incubation initiatives like Scratch (developed by MIT), code.org and many others.  Our MYP students also use laptops during Music Editing and Design subjects. From academic year 2019/20 all PYP classes will use iPads. MYP classes will have either iPad/laptops.

The key is to foster creativity and to learn to be responsible Net citizens that use technology as part of their daily lives.  We also use Audio/visual equipment (like Apple TV and projectors for our primary school classrooms, and interactive whiteboards for the middle years classrooms.

Cultural diversity is an integral part of International Baccalaureate (IB) schools.

The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who recognize their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet. Central to this aim is international-mindedness.

We currently have 221 students from 50 countries speaking 42 languages.

Given the diversity of our school, it's important to recognize and acknowledge the different cultures and backgrounds of our students and families.

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