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Inclusion in general means that all people take part in society. For the Friedrich-List-Schule, inclusion means that all pupils with or without disabilities can learn, work and spend their free time together. The school adjusts itself to the pupils’ differences, it takes into account their individual needs and strengthens their respective competences.

The aim is to make a full-time or part-time education for disabled pupils possible in order to enable them to find their first job on the job market.

Inclusion needs society to rethink. On the way to an inclusive education system, individual supportive measures taken by training companies, education policy, school boards, the school administration as well as teachers are needed. The Friedrich-List-Schule has been meeting this challenge and teaching all pupils together since 1995.

Inclusion is a chance which can only be mastered together.

Every human being is as individual as their fingerprints and they should stay this way!

The inclusion representatives of the Friedrich-List-Schule is Corinna D’Andrade

E-Mail: dand@fls-ulm.de 

Article on inclusion from the SWP from 08.05.2015

An 8th grade student describes how he feels at school at Friedrich-List-Schule.
An exciting and interesting article that shows that inclusion can actually work!

Luis does not want a sanctuary

There are two addiction prevention teachers at the Friedrich-List-Schule: Julia Marten and Gerald Lechner.

They were trained for this job by completing special courses and are still broadening their knowledge by attending annual further training. Additionally, they advise and look after pupils who are confronted with an addiction problem in their peer group or at home, or who suffer from an addiction themselves.

The addiction prevention representatives inform about different types of addiction as well as addictive substances and give tips for handling addicted people. Addiction in all those cases means alcoholism, nicotine addiction, taking illegal drugs, internet addiction and eating disorders.

The aim is to motivate the people concerned to look for and accept professional help. Respective contacts are formed by the addiction prevention teachers.

Confidentiality is most important here!

School pastoral at the Friedrich List School Ulm

School spiritual guidance at the Friedrich-List-Schule is realized by both Christian churches. It contributes to school life based upon Christian beliefs which place the dignity and the value of every single person (independently from their nationality or religion) in the center of attention. It cares for all people who take part in school life. Our school spiritual guidance would like to open up rooms for

  • encounters and talks;
  • companionship and dealing with problems;
  • spirituality and contemplation;
  • happiness and quietness;
  • getting to know each other and their community;
  • communication and relationships.

Our spiritual advisors are Katrin Stickel and Ursula Rapp.

Katrin Stickel, Protestant, stic@fls-ulm.de
Ursula Rapp, Catholic, rapp@fls-ulm.de

In accordance with §16 of the Ministry of Education’s act about the establishment and tasks of the school council, the pupils’ council elects one or more (max. three) liaison teachers for a term of one or two years (this depends on the school’s type and size). Based on the Education Act of Baden-Württemberg, these teachers advise the school council, support its members in fulfilling their tasks and promote their relation with teachers, parents and the school administration.

At the Friedrich-List-Schule, three liaison teachers are currently elected for a term of one year.

Traditionally, liaison teachers are also called guidance counselors. They are the place to go if pupils have problems or complaints concerning teachers, marks, other students or certain incidents in classes. In those cases, the liaison teachers like to be supported by the school counselor, the school spiritual advisors and / or the representatives for addiction prevention.

Our liaison teachers

Mrs. Christine Maier
Mr. Christian Preisler
Mr. Hannes Grimm

The counselors Ms. Yildiz and Ms. Gauckler support pupils

Learning and performance problems
School career guidance (transitions to other schools and types of school)
personal difficulties
mobbing

Dates by appointment

Ms. Yildiz and Ms. Gauckler are always in the consultation room 112 from 13:00 to 13:30 from Mondays to Thursdays. (It is also possible to leave a message in the corresponding subjects in the staff room).

The information is treated confidentially.

E-mail: beratung@fls-ulm.de

The LISTiges Lern-Netz (= learning network) is a project of the Friedrich-List-Schule which makes it possible for pupils of the full-time commercial vocational school, the upper secondary vocational college of commerce and the commercial grammar school to receive or give tutoring lessons.

According to the mission statement of the Friedrich-List-Schule, our students should be challenged, but also supported. This claim is accounted for with the help of our learning and tutoring network. The LISTige Lern-Netz is called a “network” because it has many participants who contribute to its success:

  • project management
  • pupils getting help
  • pupils giving tutoring lessons
  • staff
  • school administration
  • regional authority Tübingen
  • city of Ulm
  • friends’ association
  • Agenda Group

The learning network works as follows: Students who are better achievers at school look after a small group of two to six students who have learning difficulties. The courses take place once a week. At the moment, the subjects Maths, Economics, English, French and Spanish are offered. Participants independently organize when and where they meet, usually rooms and equipment of the school are used in the afternoons during weekdays. The courses’ content can be for example doing homework, revising topics and preparing for class tests or exams. Every year a new cycle is offered by the project managers Eva Kles and Ulrike Tewes.