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Frisian in Germany

pre-primary education

primary education

secondary education

 

Risum-Skole

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nis-Albrecht-Johannsen-Schule

 

Risum-Skole

 


 

Contact person

J÷rgen Jensen Han

E-mail

risem_schoelj(a)skoleforeningen.de

Website

www.risumskole.de

Total number of teachers

7

Total number of pupils

39 

Languages of instruction

Danish, German, Frisian

Teaching material

The availability and quality of the Danish teaching material is good. The availability of Frisian teaching material is bad. This is partly because there is no structural funding.

Remarks

The language used by the pupils in informal communications around the school is German.

 

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Nis-Albrecht-Johannsen-Schule

 


Contact person

Gerd Vahder

E-mail

g.vahder(a)gmx.de

friesische.lernwerkstatt(a)t-online.de

Website


Total number of teachers

18

Total number of pupils

300

Languages of instruction

German

Teaching material

There is not much teaching material for the Frisian language, the material which is available is made by the school itself. They do use the 'taalrotonde' adapted from Cedin though. Twice a year Gerd Vahder organises a teachers meeting (Lehrer-treff) for the exchange of (Frisian) teaching material.

Remarks

Frisian is given as a subject just as Danish or French. Frisian is given on a voluntary basis but every pupil takes the Frisian course. In the '▄berstufe" (grades 7,8 and 9) pupils may choose between Frisian or Danish.

 

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