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Our school program

This school program was at the overall conference
decided on October 24, 2016.

School responsibility

Within the framework of state responsibility and legal and administrative regulations, the school is responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of lessons, education, and its management, organization and administration. The rights of the school authority remain unaffected.

The school gives in School program. In the school program, it lays down principles as to how it fulfills the educational mandate. The school program must provide information on which mission statement and which development goals determine the educational work and other activities of the school. The composition of the student body and the regional environment must be taken into account in the school program and in the organization of lessons. In developing its school program, the school involves the school authority and the school transport authority, as well as the schools with which it works.

The conferences, the school board and the school management have to take the teachers' own pedagogical responsibility into account when making their decisions.

Our school profile

The Lessinggymnasium is a modern grammar school that provides enlightened education in the spirit of Lessing and offers pupils from Braunschweig and the Papenteich municipality the opportunity to set individual priorities. We see the possibility of setting priorities in the bilingual, artistic-cultural or natural science area (lesson table 2) as a logical consequence. In addition to the lessons, we strive to meet individual interests in a wide range of all-day and AG offers and to provide further qualifications (e.g. CertiLingua).

In the area of ​​social learning, we work with the Lions Quest program and have our work certified on a regular basis. The social team, the bullying intervention team, prevention offers and the assumption of responsibility by students (e.g. in the self-managed media center, the student council, the cafeteria committee and the school committees) are other important components in this area. Particularly with a view to the all-day offer and social learning at the Lessinggymnasium, two FSJ positions were set up in cooperation with the German Parity Welfare Association. Last but not least, the close, trusting and constructive cooperation of all groups involved in the school is an important element not only with regard to organizational processes, but also the atmosphere and the success of the community.

The school reviews and evaluates the success of its work annually. It plans improvement measures and implements them in a sequence determined by it.

The school manages a budget from state funds as specified in the state budget. According to the more detailed regulation of the Ministry of Education, which requires the approval of the Ministry of Finance, it can manage current accounts; Exceptions to the regulations on payments, bookkeeping and accounting (Sections 70 to 72, 75 to 80 of the State Budget Code) can be permitted.

The importance of occupational safety and health management can be seen on various levels: Impetus from network work ("healthy living learning", "all-day learning") led to organizational changes and were taken into account during the renovation of the building. We see the certification as a "sport-friendly school" as an obligation to provide appropriate offers beyond the lessons.

In an increasingly heterogeneous student body, dealing with diversity (internal differentiation, support systems, talent promotion, inclusion, etc.) is a central challenge in school work. Evaluation and expansion of our offers as well as an intensified examination of the topic of inclusion should become the focus of our work as soon as the elements of the current, partly externally specified work priorities have passed from planning and implementation into the process.

Our focus of development

The development priorities result partly from the changed school law requirements, but also from internal school evaluations and their evaluations (SEIS 2015, BUGIS 2016). The goals are documented in project progress sheets, which serve as working tools and are therefore regularly changed:

Creation of a training concept:

Objective: A training concept is to be created that is divided into a) a basic training concept and b) a training plan and in this division regulates the following aspects:

1. Training concept:

→ Basic focal points and procedures / processes (e.g. "Specialist conferences always have the TOP" Report on advanced training "; alternatively: DB for multiplication")

2. Training plan:

→ Distribution of funds, specific training



Implementation of the new school regulations: Conversion to G9 / changes in the qualification phase:

Objective: The new school law requirements for the changeover to G9 and the changes in the upper school must be implemented.

Optimization in the areas of transparency and communication:

Objective: The school community should be informed more intensively about existing and planned structures and processes of school life.