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The opportunity for young children to experience social contacts from an early age can be priceless. As can the ability for mothers to otherwise occupy their time. Yet conservative and socialist state governments throughout Germany have been tackling the expensive task of universal coverage for many, many years.

Although legislation declares kindergardens a universal right, there are too few in the region as a whole. English language options are available at international schools in the vicinity. They are ISR International School on the Rhine in Neuss as well as IS Ruhr International School in Essen, a major city of the nearby Ruhr Metropolis.


Kindergarden children are taught in English and have regular German classes. Through such experience, the multilingual school environment at ISR offers students a chance to be exposed to different cultures and languages.

Cultural understanding and tolerance is thus fostered from an early age. Parents are encouraged to be an active participant in the classroom too.

Konrad-Adenauer-Ring 2
41464 Neuss
+49 2131 403 880

IS Ruhr Kindergarden

At the IS Ruhr, children of kindergarten age between three and six years, benefit from a stimulating, engaging and challenging environment. IS Ruhr believe that inquiry is a powerful tool to learn about the world around us.

Their early years curriculum balances learning through play, directed teacher guidance and the provision of carefully planned learning experiences. Classes are taught in English.

Moltkeplatz 61
45138 Essen
+49 201 479 104 09

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