The Children’s Division caters for children of primary and secondary school age (generally 6 to 18 years). We aim to instill students with the confidence required to undertake formal accreditation in the German language.
Placement of students is based on age and prior knowledge (if any) of German. Depending on the learning abilities of students, teachers apply a variety of techniques in the classroom, including the use of language games and song as well as a progressive text book series. Reports are issued to students each year.
We hold classes on Saturday mornings and Monday afternoons. We follow the normal school calendar and break for school holidays. Check our school calendar for exact dates.
We reserve the right to cancel classes with insufficient numbers (minimum class size is generally 6 children).
Saturday Morning Classes
PLEASE NOTE – our Saturday classes for Semester 1 in 2019 are almost full. Please contact our Children’s Principal before enrolling (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Saturday morning classes are held during school terms at Alfred Deakin High School, Denison Street, Deakin. These classes cater for children of primary and secondary school age (generally 7 to 18 years). Classes run from 9:00am to 11:30am.
Monday Afternoon Classes
Monday afternoon classes are currently being held at Alliance Francaise in Turner. These classes are intended for children in the age range 6-12 years with good knowledge of German. Classes run from 4:00pm to 5:30pm.
Text books and other learning material
Students will have to purchase text books and work books which are available through the school. Students are required to supply their own pens/pencils and note books.
Saturday classes: $300 per semester (two terms).
Monday classes: $370 per Semester (two terms).
Fees are due at the beginning of each semester.
Parents wishing to enrol their children at the School need to complete an online enrolment form.
The Children’s Division gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the ACT Government, support from the ACT Community Language Schools Association and the embassies of Germany, Switzerland and Austria.