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|Language of instruction||English, French, and German|
|Native English, French, and German teachers|
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|Language support for students not fluent in English, French, and German||
English as a second language
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|Use of technology in the classroom||
The Interactive Mobile Smart Board is a valuable and effective piece of technology which can be used in all of the classrooms throughout the school. The short throw projector and the interactive touch screen make it possible for students to use it with their hands. The quality of the pictures/video and the excellent speakers combine to make a thrilling and dramatic presentation of multimedia of all types.
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|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Baseball, cricket, baton, coding, makers club, Japanese calligraphy, drama, ballet, dance, crafting, painting, soccer, karate, exercise, skateboard, Lego, sewing/craft, soccer, basketball, gymnastics, baking/cooking
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Deutsche Schule Kobe International is a German school abroad and an IB World School for children ages 2 to 11. DSKI provides an exceptional, innovative education anchored by its German heritage and recognized for embracing the rich diversity in its learners and the world. DSKI approaches education holistically in order to ensure that students learn using their heart, head and hands.
|Teaching approach of the school||
Your child will be placed into either the German branch or the International branch. The German branch is usually for native German speakers or for parents who would like their child to have core subjects in German (maths and German language classes).
The International (English) branch is for parents who would like all of their child's lessons to be in English. Please note all students also take compulsory Japanese lessons taught either as JFL (Japanese as a foreign language) or as KOKUGO (Japanese as a native language). All students in the International branch also have two German lessons a week.