Our educational work is committed to scientific education and secular humanism. Among other things, this means offering children and adolescents the chance to find a secular answer to the meaning of life. Our goal is to enable the children to form a differentiated picture of the world and to discover their own point of view.
We are convinced that even the youngest among us want to take responsibility for shaping their living environment in collaboration with others. That is why basic democratic structures, personal freedom, transparency, having a voice in decision-making and participation at all levels are essential components of our school, which we consider to be fundamental children’s rights.
For us, personal freedom also means the obligation to create communal relationships that meet social and ecological requirements and are sustainable.