Man moves no less because he grows old. He gets old because he moves less. So move yourself!

Gustav-Adolf Schur


1Schwimmingpool, 25m
1Spinning Room
1Sports hall
1Dance Room
1Fitness room
outdoorsgrass court
athletics track, 80m
long jump facility
3 tennis courts


Physical education at school is Indispensable for the holistic development of children and young people. Exercise, play and sport enable diverse material, physical and social experiences. Physical education can prevent physical weaknesses, support the development of a positive self-concept and stimulate a healthy lifestyle. It is important to arouse children’s and young people’s interest in the diversity of sporting activities and to support them in their search for individually suitable exercise and sports activities. For this purpose, it is necessary to offer children and young people in school sports application possibilities for the acquired skills, to encourage them to become self-active in an age-appropriate manner and to give them space for self-determined sporting stagings.


Competence in physical education includes skills and abilities but also attitudes as well as knowledge. They are necessary in order to be able to handle increasingly complex tasks and requirements in the field of “movement, play and sport”. Basic technical competencies can be assigned to six overarching areas of competence:
1. Health- and perception-oriented
movement actions
2. Social and Integrative movement actions
3. Skill- and performanceoriented movement actions
4. Game-oriented movement actions
5. Designing and performing movement actions
6. Experiential and adventurous movement actions



– Alahe Abrahimia – Paul Engel – Jill Greis – Pitt Hornick – Nathalie Lamborelle – Scharel Lehners – Eric Reuter – Max Reuter – Tom Schmitgen – Pierre Tanson

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