Learning together - about each other, from each other, with each other.

The main objective of the German-Indian school partnerships is to build a long-term, stable partnership between young people and teachers in schools in both countries.

The IndienHilfe Deutschland e.V. has already initiated several school partnerships between German and Indian schools in the Osnabrück region. The partnership should be supported by the young people as well as the teachers of the partner schools, so that intercultural learning can be developed. A further aim of the German-Indian school partnerships is to promote education and learning through intercultural encounters.

The German-Indian School Partnerships thus correspond to the schools' main objectives of supporting pupils in their development into socially responsible personalities, cultivating a lively school life, fighting racism and discrimination and promoting peace and justice.

A school partnership offers a learning field for topics and goals such as peace and human rights education, development and economic education, environmental education, global learning, interreligious and intercultural dialogue and the perception of social responsibility. It is to be developed and expanded through letter contacts between the students, exchange of information between the colleges and, where opportunities exist, mutual visits.

The school partnerships initiated by the IndienHilfe Deutschland e.V...

...are a valuable instrument in the field of global learning. Within the framework of the curriculum, they offer the opportunity to impart true-to-life and practice-oriented knowledge about the living situation in the partner country and thus provide food for thought for one's own behavior.

...can bring about a responsible and respectful treatment of fellow human beings and resources both locally and globally. The children and young people recognize and experience opportunities to participate in an active, positive shaping of the future.

...offer a learning field for topics such as peace and human rights education, prevention of violence, environmental education, intercultural learning as well as development and economic policy education.

...enable a change of perspective, getting to know different life realities and contribute to differentiating the image of foreign cultures in our minds. Through personal contacts, understanding for the living conditions of the people in the partner country as well as for global connections grows.

...open the possibility of making global relationships locally recognizable and also enrich the everyday school life by enabling interdisciplinary work as well as project- and topic-oriented learning.

...require a learning-oriented design. The joy of learning should be particularly awakened, promoted and consolidated when it comes to lively contact between school partners: it is an exciting challenge to make new contacts, acquire new means of communication and to open up a different, foreign world.

Goals of the school partnerships

One aim of the school partnerships is to build a long-term, stable partnership between the young people and the teachers of both schools. This partnership should be supported both by the young people and the teachers of the partner schools, so that intercultural learning can develop in the partner schools. A further aim of the German-Indian school partnerships is to promote education and learning through intercultural encounters. The German-Indian school partnerships are thus linked to the schools' key objectives of supporting pupils in their development into socially responsible individuals, fostering a lively school life, fighting racism and discrimination and promoting peace and justice. It offers a learning field for topics and goals such as peace and human rights education, development and economic policy education, environmental education, global learning, interreligious and intercultural dialogue and perception of social responsibility. It is to be developed and expanded through letter contacts between the students, exchange of information between the colleges and, where opportunities exist, mutual visits.

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All school partnerships at a glance

Primary school at Hagenberg, Bad Iburg

Gandhi Ashram Balwadi, Bhopal

About the primary school at Hagenberg About the school partnership

Johannes Vincke School, Belm

Father Agnel School, Bereza

About the Johannes Vincke School About the school partnership

Primary School Gellenbeck, Hagen a.T.W.

Tribal Balwadi Hostel

About the Primary School Gellenbeck About the school partnership

Süderberg Primary School, Hilter
Father Agnel Primary School, Nayatoli

About the Süderberg Primary School About the school partnership

High School In der Wüste, Osnabrück
Father Agnel School, Bhopal

About the High School In der Wüste About the school partnership

Greselius High School, Bramsche
Prakash Vidhyalaya Higher Secondary School, Bhopal

About the Greselius High School About the school partnership

Alexanderschule, Wallenhorst
Christ Jyoti School, Agharma

About the Alexanderschule About the school partnership

St. Bernhard Primary School, Rulle
Assisi Bawadi Primary School, Bhopal

About the St. Bernhard Primary School About the school partnership

Gesamtschule Schinkel, Osnabrück
Father Agnel Highschool, Dibida

About the Gesamtschule Schinkel About the school partnership

Haupt- und Realschule, Bohmte
Father Agnel School, Bhopal

About the former school partnership

Kindergarten Partnerships

Liebfrauen nursery, Eversburg

Vikasnagar Balwadi, Bhopal

About the Liebfrauen daycare center About the school partnership

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