Education opens up life chances for children and opens doors for a successful future. But: Every child is different, has different strengths and concerns. And every child learns individually. A mature pedagogical concept and appropriate spatial conditions are therefore essential to enable children to learn successfully - especially if they have special needs due to social, psychological or physical impairments.
LandSchulCampus, a primary school with after-school care near Rostock, is an institution that places great emphasis on inclusion. Here, children with and without special needs learn together. The right environment is an elementary prerequisite for learning and growing successfully at school. The LandSchulCampus is an evangelical place of learning and education where children are allowed to have a say and are encouraged to be self-determined. It is a place where young people should feel comfortable in order to prepare them for their future in the best possible way.
With the help of the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation, the inclusive school concept could be implemented. On 10 August 2019, 75 pupils aged between 6 and 11 moved into the new, modern classrooms and started the new school year. They now learn together in a barrier-free environment and thus show how valuable diversity is!