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Nezabudka - German-Russian Kindergarten

Initially launched as a parent initiative, Nezabudka now operates three kindergarten facilities in Frankfurt, (two in Bockenheim and one in Sachenshausen). About 56 children between the ages of one and six attend this bilingual kindergarten, which is open from 7:30 am to 5 pm. Fees are based on the standard rates set by the city of Frankfurt and are currently 148 euros per month, plus an additional 72 euros for snacks. The kindergartens are affiliated with the nonprofit association, Slowo e.V., which supports Russian culture initiatives.

Voltastr. 75, 60486 Frankfurt
Viernheim
Tel: 069 95633490;
Fax: 069 93994592
www.nezabudka.de

Katharina-die-Große-Schule

Launched in 2011, this bilingual German-Russian school offers education starting from primary school to secondary school. It is the first officially recognized German-Russian primary school in Frankfurt and only the second in Germany. The full-day school also offers early-morning care starting at 7 am and afternoon care until 6 pm. The school was founded by a non-profit association and has close links with the Maksima secondary school in Riga, Latvia.

Eckenheimer Landstraße 303, 60320 Frankfurt
Tel: 069 - 95 40 80 86
www.katharina-schule.de

Alexander-Puschkin-Schule

The non-profit association, Slowo e.V., which runs three bilingual kindergartens, a Russian preschool and a Russian Saturday school in Frankfurt, opened a full-day, Russian-German bilingual primary school in August 2013. The curriculum is based on the Hessen state standards, with classes taught in both German and Russian. The school also offers afternoon activities until 5 pm. The one-time entry fee is 300 euros and school fees are 250 euros per month, plus 200 euros for afternoon supervision until 5 pm.

Voltastr. 75
60486 Frankfurt
Tel: 069 - 7079 4006

www.alexander-puschkin-schule.org

Our Featured Event

On Monday 4 December, we will have a very special International Stammtisch with cast members "Jekyll & Hyde" Musical from the English Theatre. Cast members will peform some of the hit songs from the show. Based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story about a brilliant mind gone awry, Jekyll & Hyde runs from 11 Nov. to 11 Feb. 2018.

 

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