In recent discussions with our school families, on the news of protests around Germany, and in talks with our own children and teens, the topic of acceptance and our value of the human being has been a topic in the past few weeks.
Embedded in SBW’s view of the person and in the fractal element “respectful interaction,” we once again state that we do not tolerate racism, xenophobia, antisemitism, or any discrimination based on gender, religion, sexual orientation, or nationality. In short, we embody, defend and live tolerance and open-mindedness. This is in keeping with our values of curiosity, innovation, and daring to do what we dream.
Connected to this, we are pleased to announce that our JVC Grammar School has won inclusion in the nationwide network "School without Racism - School with Courage” (for more details, please see www.schule-ohne-rassismus.org ). Along with the state coordinators of the network, we are working on the ceremonial handover. As soon as the date is finalized, we will let our Grammar School families know. But one thing is clear: Jules Verne Campus is a place of acceptance and unity.