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Politics & Administration

School

Think together - Act together - We make good schools
  • Contact information

    General contact

    City of Wolfsburg
    School Division

    Division management
    Porschestrasse 49
    38440 Wolfsburg

    Phone: 05361 28-2883
    Fax: 05361 28-2252

    E-mail to the School Division

    The school division is managed by Mr. Andacht

    School Counseling

    Telephone: 05361 28-1129 and by e-mail: schulberatung@stadt.wolfsburg.de

    Lunchtime catering

    Phone: 05361 28-2307 and e-mail: schulverpflegung@stadt.wolfsburg.de

    Collective student season tickets (bus tickets)

    Phone: 05361 28-2317 and e-mail: schulbefoerderung@stadt.wolfsburg.de

    Exempted school transport

    Phone: 05361 28-1647 and e-mail: schulbefoerderung@stadt.wolfsburg.de

    Compulsory school attendance

    Phone: 05361 28-1197 and e-mail: schulpflichtahndung@stadt.wolfsburg.de

    Enrollment

    Phone: 05361 28-1696 and e-mail: einschulung@stadt.wolfsburg.de

  • The School Division

    The approximately 200 employees of the school division - with administrative specialists, school secretaries, janitors, educational specialists and many more - are actively committed to the "location advantage education".

    This includes close cooperation with principals, teachers, the state education authority and the Ministry of Education of Lower Saxony, but also with the Wolfsburg Adult Education Center, the music school, the city library, institutions of open and associative youth work, church and independent providers of all-day schooling and independent educational providers, and many more.

    The central tasks of the division are:

    ... continuous and qualitative school development planning; new construction, expansion, conversion and maintenance of school buildings; provision of a wide range of services for Wolfsburg schools to ensure the spatial, material, personnel and financial requirements for Wolfsburg school operations.
    ... the provision of teaching and instructional materials and the payment of subsidies for lunches and student transportation costs. This also includes preparing and making available media from a wide variety of sources. And finally, the education and care of children at all-day elementary schools and the networking of schools in the educational landscape.

    Goal of the School Division:

    To offer children and young people a lively, stimulating educational landscape in Wolfsburg that is geared to the tasks of the future, to support schools in their tasks and their educational work, to involve teachers, educators, and students in shaping a lively school landscape, to provide necessary and meaningful service offerings, and to provide conceptual impetus for new paths that are necessary in terms of educational policy.

  • Construction, modernization and facility management

    • Coordination of new construction, modernization and refurbishment measures at Wolfsburg's schools and daycare centers
    • Performing tasks related to the operation of schools and daycare centers as well as maintenance and further development of the school infrastructure
    • Planning and implementing the furnishing and equipping of schools and daycare centers

  • Control, school development and quality

    The core topics of the department are the structural and qualitative management and development of the city's school landscape. Among other things, we prepare school forecasts, conduct interviews and surveys, take part in building participation processes and support the legal implementation of measures. This concerns all primary and secondary schools, vocational schools and the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences.

  • School meals, transportation and other student-related services.

    As a transportation provider, we are responsible for school transportation on regular and exempted bus routes, as well as reimbursements for internal school routes. Together with Wollino Schulverpflegungs GmbH, we provide lunchtime meals in Wolfsburg schools and handle the registration and billing process for elementary schools. The department's portfolio of services is rounded off by monitoring compulsory school attendance prior to enrollment, punishing violations of compulsory school attendance during school hours, school secretarial services, and all-day school operations and school support at the Regenbogenschule, Laagbergschule, Fallersleben Elementary School, and Wohltberg Elementary School.

  • IT in schools

    Our mission is to provide Wolfsburg students with a curriculum-compliant general education using digital media. This requires solid organizational and technologically supported structures that also take into account the acquisition, maintenance, and support of technical equipment and infrastructure, as well as the advanced training of school administrators and teachers.

  • Get to know occupational fields in the social sector

    The city of Wolfsburg offers young people who have completed their twelve years of compulsory schooling and are no older than 27 years of age an opportunity for professional orientation and to become acquainted with occupational fields in the social sector as part of the Voluntary Social Year (FSJ).

    The FSJ usually lasts 12 months and begins on September 1 of each year.

    The FSJ is carried out on a full-time basis as a predominantly practical auxiliary activity in the assignment locations of the school division (see overview of assignment locations). The practical work is accompanied by guidance from specialists and participation in seminars.

    During the FSJ, volunteers receive a monthly allowance and non-contributory health, pension, accident, unemployment and long-term care insurance. Furthermore, during the FSJ volunteers are entitled to child allowance according to the Federal Child Allowance Act (Bundeskindergeldgesetz).
    Since June 1, 2008, the legal basis for the FSJ has been the Law on the Promotion of Youth Volunteer Services (JFDG).

    The FSJ is funded by the Federal Office for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ).

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