ASA Semester One

The first semester of the ASA program for the 2018/19 school year will begin on the 10th September (please check specific start dates for some activities). Please refer to the specific dates listed for each activity. The first semester will end on Dec 20th (or earlier)

You need to register your child before the class begins.

You will be able to register your child when our registration system opens on August 29th (for Swimming & Tennis) at 12:00 noon and August 30th (for all other ASAs) at 12:00 noon. Please register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment because some classes fill very quickly.

To read about the registration procedure please click HERE.

For questions please contact Justin Carnahan 0699 1 4013266 or Karin Hackl at 0699-140 132 59



To register for ALL AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES please email Justin Carnahan

Rules and Regulations

1. Fees:
There is a set fee for all activities (except for Tennis and Swimming) which is set by the school. 8 Euros for 1 hour activities and 12 Euros for 1.5 hour activities.

2. Payment Policy:
a) FULL payment is due ON or BEFORE the first class.
b) Payment may be made in cash (at the first class) or by bank transfer (before the first class). The instructors will inform you by email which method they prefer. Where necessary they will provide the bank details.

3. Refund Policy:
a) When a student leaves the ASA within the first three classes then a refund will be given. This refund will be equal to the cost of classes from class four to the end of the course.
b) After the third class NO refunds will be given unless a medical certificate is provided or unless other exceptional circumstances occur (such as leaving the school). The refund will be equal to the cost of the number of classes to be missed.

4. Attendance:
It is VERY important that we know when your child will not be attending their ASA. When students are absent from school we already have a record that they will not be at their ASA and you do not need to inform us. However, if you have another appointment or your child cannot attend for any other reason, PLEASE let us know. You can send a note with your child directed to the ES secretary or their home room teacher or you can call Justin Carnahan 0699 1 4013266 or Karin Hackl at 0699-140 132 59
This information is needed to make sure that all children are where they should be and no student takes a bus home where no one is waiting for them.

5. Late Scheduled ASA’s:
If your child participates in a late scheduled ASA your child must leave the school premises and return for the start of their activity. No child can be unsupervised on campus.

6. Cancelled Classes:
If an instructor has to cancel an ASA for any reason, you will be informed as soon as possible. A make-up class will be arranged or a refund will be given.

7. Pick Up from ASA’s:
It is important to note you must pick your child up immediately after the ASA ends from the room where the activity is being held. If you are late to pick up your child, the instructor will call you and establish the situation. Your child will be taken to the guard at the main school entrance. We have put in place a “3 strike” rule for late pickups. If instructors have to call and/or wait three times for the pickup of your child, then said child may be removed from ASA’s.

Activities Per Day

Monday

Arty Smarties (PK-2)

Chess (K-2) (3-5)

Engineering (2-5) (6-8)

Guitar (4-8)

Super Sketchbooks (3-5)

Tennis (PK-12)

Theater Arts (3-5)

Yoga (1-5)

Tuesday

Ballet (PreK-4)

Engineering (PK-1)

Minecraft (2-5)

Orienteering (3-5)

Make, Design, Build and Explore (3-5)

Tennis (PK-12)

Wednesday

Ball Sports (KG-5)

Comic Creators (3-6)

Gymnastics (PK-5)

Hip Hop (2-5)

Swimming (PK-12)

Tennis (PK-12)

Thursday

Basketball (3-5)

German (PK-2)

Girl Scouts (All)

Swimming (PK-12)

Taekwondo (2-6)

Tennis (PK-12)

Writing to Publish (3-5)

Friday

Girls Run Vienna (3-5)

Science (3-5)

Soccer Factory

Spanish (PK-5)

Swimming (PK-12)

Saturday

Soccer Factory

Sunday

Basketball (K-3)

Activity Details

Arty Smarties

Arty Smarty is an Arts & Crafts course designed for students who are interested in further exploring the world of creativity. Students will engage in a variety of art experiences using different media and processes including drawing, painting, printmaking, collage and sculpture.

Monday (14 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
A01 Biljana Omcikus PK-2 Mon 15:30-16:30 PrK-KG Art Room 112


Ballet

Children’s ballet 2018/2019

Students will learn the basic elements of classical ballet, such as plié, tendu, battement and sauté. Approximately half of the class will be spent at the barre or on the floor, where specialized exercises will slowly warm up the whole body; the focus will be on correct anatomical placement, technique and musicality. The second half of the class will take place in the center. Students will learn different forms of adagio (slower, fluid combinations of ballet movements), jumps and turns, and the emphasis will be on musicality and freedom of expression. Over the semester, students will develop their ballet vocabulary, as well as their own artistic expression.

Tuesday (14 Sessions): Sept. 11, 18, 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 30 Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11, 18


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
B01Ariathney Coyne PK-4 Tue 15:30-16:30 Activities Rm.112

Ballsports

90 minutes each week of 3 different ball sports organized using fun drills and games. Soccer, basketball, baseball, short tennis, badminton, hockey, dodge-ball, American football (touch) and some others are offered developing a range of skills.

Wednesday (13 Sessions): Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 31 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19

**Note: Ballsports in gym/fun court Oct. 31st


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
B02 Conor Maguire KG-5 Wed 15:30-17:00 Sportshall156

Basketball Clinic

The goal of this activity is to learn the basic techniques of basketball and their application in a game situation. In addition to the skills of shooting, passing, catching, dribbling and ball handling we will focus on defense, transitional play and simple tactical elements for offense. The training sessions will consist of a warm-up, a technical and tactical section and will finish with a controlled game. As soon as the students have acquired the basic skills for the game we will schedule friendly games within our group, so the students will have the opportunity to experience basketball in a competitive setting.

Thursday (10 Sessions): Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
B03Justin Carnahan 4-5 Thur 15:30-17:00 Lower Gym 120

Comic Creators

Comic Creators:

Does your child like to draw? In this Comic ASA, the students will learn how to refine their characters and how to create fun stories with them by an experienced illustrator! We will collect the mini-comics and make physical copies to share with our friends and family.

Wednesday (13 Sessions): Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 31 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
C01 Rob Perez 3-6Wed 15:30-16:30E51104€

Chess

Chess has plenty of educational benefits. Children learn to concentrate and be patient, to think before they take decisions, to feel responsible for their actions, to consider the other side´s possibilities, and to learn from mistakes. This course is built on the "Step Method", which has been developed in the Netherlands specifically for children. Simple games and chess puzzles prepare the children to not only master the rules but also to see captures, checks and checkmates at once. If you fully master the rules, have played chess occasionally and want to improve, or if you just want to learn the rules of the game. This course is for beginners and for advanced players and will teach you the most important tactical motives and basic winning strategies in a fun way. For the younger group there is a special booklet "stepping stones" without text and with more pictures. For the older group a "Step Method" booklet is included in the price and there will be the possibility to take part in a competition.

Monday (14 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
C02Denise TrippoldK-2 Mon 15:30-16:30E32112

C03

Peter Sadilek

3-5 Mon 15:30-16:30 E53112

Computer Minecraft

Minecraft is an excellent tool for enhancing student logical and problem solving skills. Students can work in teams or individually to create their own online virtual environment. The activity will be iPad based not computer.

Tuesday (14 Sessions): Sept. 11, 18, 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 30 Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11, 18


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
C05 Dan LoCascio2-5 Tue15:30-16:30 E32112

Engineering for Kids® Junior

Part I - Junior Electrical Engineering: Light It Up! - Have you ever dreamed about seeing your name in lights? During Junior Electrical Engineering program, students will explore the basic concepts of electrical engineering through fun and interactive lessons. Our young engineers will build simple circuits and explore different types of switches, learn about magnets and magnetic fields, light up their model toys, create their own magic using static electricity, explore LEDs and more - it's time to light it up with electrical engineering! :)

Part II - Junior Mechanical Engineering: Let's Make TOYS - The Junior Mechanical Engineering: Toys classes introduce our youngest engineers to fundamental concepts of energy, materials, and movement. Students will learn that mechanical engineers invent, design, and build all kinds of machines, including many toys they play with every day! Children will explore and construct different toys throughout this unit, including climbsters, buzzers, magical boomerang cans, spinners, wind-up whirligigs, and more - all of this while having FUN! :)

Tuesday (14 Sessions): Sept. 11, 18, 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 30 Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11, 18

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
E01 Natalia CachiaPK-1 Tue 15:30-16:30 L20 294

Engineering for Kids® Apprentice

Part I - Apprentice Chemical Engineering: Mix It Up - During our Chemical Engineering program, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine various mixtures and solutions with different chemical properties. They develop solutions to clean up an oil spill, synthesize their own rocket fuel, turn glue into Play-Doh, slime, or bouncy balls, investigate the secrets behind color pigmentation and more. All of this while having fun! :)

Part II - Apprentice Mechanical Engineering: Master Machines - In the Mechanical Engineering program, our young engineers are introduced to the fundamental concepts of physics, motion and energy. Students will use the Engineering Design Process to create and refine a variety of machines and mechanical systems. They will learn basics of fluid mechanics, simple machines, and other design and engineering concepts while constructing roller coasters, egg-drop vehicles, catapults, an incredibly fast air powered dragster and more, which they keep at the end of the course.

Monday (14 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
E02 Natalia Cachia2-5 Mon 15:30-16:50 E52 294

Engineering for Kids® Master

Code Kingdoms: MINECRAFT Modding - Level 1 and Level 2 - Take Minecraft to the next level - learn how to make your OWN Minecraft mods with the power of Java code! During this program students build 'mods' (short for modifications) that change the way the Minecraft game behaves and responds. Students learn about fundamental concepts like algorithms, data types, variables and loops. They explore how computer processing works and learn to think and tackle problems in the same logical way a computer would. This includes skills like evaluation, generalization, abstraction, decomposition and algorithmic thinking - all of which are applicable outside the field of computing as well. Minecraft Modding is a brilliant way for kids to explore their creativity through real computing!

Monday (14 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
E03 Natalia Cachia6-8 Mon 17:00-18:30 M24294

German Club

The children will have fun developing their oral expression skills in German – with games, songs and activities in German appropriate for the respective level. The students will enjoy learning new German words with the use of images. The children will improve their German with activities connected with the Austrian culture. They will listen to texts or watch short cartoons in German, learning to understand a story even without knowing all the words. To allow for the possible different ages and levels the definite activities will be chosen after meeting the students in the first lesson.

Students will experience a lot of songs and music, with playback and also the instructor will be playing the Ukulele. Students will also experience arts and crafts, games, working with poems, stories, plays and short cartoons too (German focus).

Thursday (10 Sessions): Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13



Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
G02Anita Bhatti PK-3 Thurs 15:30-16:30 E3480€

Girls Run Vienna

This after-school activity is open to girls in grades 3-5 and focuses on training for a 5k run. In this ASA, the running and athletic focus will be supported with discussion sessions on identifying strengths, setting personal goals, and building self-confidence, while also building healthy friendships. Each practice will have a theme and begin with a round-circle discussion on that theme, for example, “What is self-image, what factors shape our self-image, and how we can create a positive self-image?” Then we will do some warm-ups and stretches, a few running-based games that also tie in the theme for the day, followed by a run/walk with a few strengthening exercises, and lastly a cool down stretch with a final discussion on what we have learned that the day and any new insights they have. The girls will keep a log/journal of their running and our discussions to help them keep track of all of their hard work. There will also be an opportunity for the girls to participate in a city-wide 5k run in December.

Friday (9 Sessions): Sept. 14, 21 Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
G03Shelby Nater 3-5 Fri 15:30-17:00 Activities Rm.108

Guitar (Beginners)

Guitar class for beginners- learn some guitar basics with simple songs and melodies.

Note: Students will need to bring their own guitars to this class.

***NO GUITAR ON SEPT 10th, 17th***

Monday (12 Sessions): Sept. 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
G04 Chris Rout 4-8 Mon 15:30-16:30 V23 96

Gymnastics

Johannes and his staff are our qualified gymnastics instructors. Students will participate in a variety of fun activities introducing them to a wide variety of gymnastic experiences. The children will use a variety of equipment such as a mini trampoline, ropes, rings floor apparatus, bars and boxes. All levels of ability will be catered for. This is not a formal gymnastics program.

Wednesday (13 Sessions): Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 31 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
G05Johannes Maier & team PK-5 Wed 15:30-17:00 Lower Gym

156

Hip Hop

This year’s hip hop class will begin with warm-up exercises and/or games and will continue with basic hip hop movements, which will then be combined into a short choreography, which we will develop over the semester. Finally, the class will end with some gentle stretching, to cool down the body.

The class will be open to all levels, with beginner and more advanced dance-move options. The primary aim of the class is to have fun and for students to develop their inner dancer. This means students will have the opportunity to explore expressing themselves through hip-hop dance and following their own dancer’s intuition. So whether you are a complete beginner or you have previous dancing experience, come join us!

Students that would like to push themselves a bit further are welcome to join an additional 30 minutes after class where more advanced techniques will be taught and students will develop their own expressive choreography with guidance from the teacher. Please register with instructor for extra 30 min of Hip Hop after joining the activity on the first day. (4 euro extra per session) You will need to register for the whole semester after the first session-please speak with the instructor.

Wednesday (13 Sessions): Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 31 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
H01 Ariathney Coyne 3-5 Wed 15:30-16:30 Activity Rm. 104

Make, Design, Build and Explore

Come join us to MAKE, DESIGN, BUILD and EXPLORE!

ES Library on Tuesdays

Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math with a variety of exciting activities with Make-Dos, Recycled art, Duct-Tape, Strawbees, Sugar Skulls, Kapla Block catapults, origami, and Little Bits circuits. Tuesdays 3:30-4:30

Mrs. Jones and Ms. Patty in the ES Library


Tuesday (14 Sessions): Sept. 11, 18, 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 30 Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11, 18



Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
M01Jan Jones & Patricia Kullnigg 3-5 Tuesday 15:30-16:30 ES Library112

Orienteering

The goal of this Orienteering activity is to learn fundamental skills involved in navigating with a map. These skills include: Understanding a map, including key or a legend, turning the map to fit the ground, navigating a simple course, setting your own simple course, running an orienteering course, and perhaps even experience the night orienteering with lamps. Through the orienteering games, students will experience great fun and team work.

Orienteering teaches participans to assess, understand and read the countryside, as well as to appreciate the beauty and variety of terrain they travel over.

Grade 3-5 : Tuesdays – school yard, 15:30 – 16:30

Safety information:

It is recommended to wear sports shoes which are non slippery, long leggings and t-shirt, depending on the weather raincoat or wind stopper. In a case of very bad weather (-10 or heavy rain) the activity will take place in the classroom where we will practice the theoretical part of Orienteering through games.

Special safety tips

Primary grades – Mostly all the classes will take place in a school yard, so there is no possibility that someone will get lost.

*****NOTE: NO ORIENTEERING ON SEPT. 18TH*********

Tuesday: Sept. 11, 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 30 Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11, 18 (13 Total)



Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
O02

Sladjana Jovanovic 3-5

Tue

15:30-16:30

E53104€

Science (Grade 3)

Have you ever wondered why some objects float in water, and other objects sink? Why a candle "disappears" when it burns? How to use a microscope and look at your own cells? Do you like carrying out experiments? Then join the Science Club! The Science Club is for curious students who want to learn more about Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Earth Science. We'll meet in the HS Science Lab for six exploratory sessions and lean more about the world around us.

This price includes the materials cost. (10 euro)

Friday: Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (Total 7 Sessions)


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S01 Susan Krassnig 3 Friday 15:30-16:30 M22 66

Science (Grade 4-5)

Have you ever wondered why some objects float in water, and other objects sink? Why a candle "disappears" when it burns? How to use a microscope and look at your own cells? Do you like carrying out experiments? Then join the Science Club! The Science Club is for curious students who want to learn more about Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Earth Science. We'll meet in the HS Science Lab for six exploratory sessions and lean more about the world around us. This price includes the materials cost. (10 euro)

Friday: Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (Total 6 Sessions)


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S02 Chrys Pappas 4-5 Friday 15:30-16:30 S25 58

Soccer Factory

Please click the link to access more information pertaining to the Soccer Factory program.

Soccer Factory:

http://www.ais.at/activities/soccer-factory

Spanish Gr. 3-5

¡Hola! Learning a language while having fun is possible in after-school Spanish lessons! Starting in September, Spanish language lessons will be added to the after-school activities program for children in grades 3-5. Following a dynamic and interdisciplinary methodology, kids will enjoy learning a new language. Games, theatres, debates, music and many other fun activities in Spanish will be part of the lessons. As a native speaker of the language and a graduate in linguistics with experience in foreign language teaching, I will teach your children the insides of the Spanish language and culture. Following a student-centre approach, I will adapt to the students' level while also challenging them to make the most of their diverse abilities. Don't have any doubts about giving your children the possibility to learn one of the most spoken languages in the world!

Friday: Sept. 21 Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (8 Total)

NOTE: NO SPANISH ON Sept 14th.


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S04Ana Hernandez Sanchez 3-5 Fri 15:30-16:30E5364€

Sunday Basketball (K-3)

This basketball program will focus on teaching fundamentals and fun! The main areas of emphasis will be on developing dribbling skills with both hands, proper shooting form, developing hand/eye coordination through passing and an understanding of the basic rules and concepts of the game of basketball.

Instructors are current Varsity Boys Head coach Matt Kuykendall and Leah Kuykendall a former D1 player for the University of Wisconsin

Sunday: Sept. 16, 23, 30 Oct. 7, 14 Nov. 11 Dec. 2, 9, 16 (9 Total)

NOTE: NO SUNDAY BASKETBALL Oct. 14, and Nov. 18


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S06Matt and Leah
Kuykendall
KG-3 Sunday 11:00-12:00 Mike Malloy72€

Super Sketchbooks

This course will explore the use of sketchbooks as a way creating an illustrated record of your life experiences. Inspired by different weekly themes, we will develop the pages in our sketchbook using a variety of techniques including mixed-media, collage, printing, drawing, painting, and writing. Discover your unique voice and create your personal narrative in a supportive community of artists

12 Euro Material Fee --

Materials fee covers the cost of a hardcover sketchbook and the art materials used during the course.

Monday (13 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17

**Note: NO CLASS OCTOBER 29th.


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S07Sabina Trombetta 3-5 Mon 15:30-16:30 E54116€

Swimming Beginners

Marie-Louise Nitsch and her team of fully qualified swim instructors offer a fun, productive, natural and pressure-free swim program, developed especially for international students and improved through years of experience. This class is for complete beginners and takes place in a shallow training pool. For details about the goals of this class please click here. The maximum number of students for this class is 5. Please register as soon as possible. First come – first serve. A bus is provided for the students FROM THE SCHOOL TO THE POOL. Students will meet in the hall of flags right after school and then they are led to the bus. Students MUST BE PICKED UP AT THE HALLENBAD DÖBLING at the end of the class. The TRANSPORT AND THE ADMISSION FEE is included in the course price.

Wednesday: Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 31 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19 (13 Total)

Thursday: Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13 (10 Total)

Friday: Sept. 14, 21 Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (9 Total)

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S09Malou Giffinger&Team PK-3 Wed 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 299

S10Malou Giffinger&Team PK-3 Thur 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling230

S11Malou Giffinger&Team

PK-3Fri16:00-17:00Hallenbad Döbling

207

Swimming Beginners Advanced

Marie-Louise Nitsch and her team of fully qualified swim instructors offer a fun, productive, natural and pressure free swim program, developed especially for international students and improved through years of experience. This class takes place in a shallow training pool and is for children who already can do the following skills: rocket with flutterkick and breaststroke arms for 6m, flutterkick on the back for 6m, jump a candle and dive approx. for 1m. For details about the goals of this class please click here. The maximum number of students for this class is 5. Please register as soon as possible. First come – first serve. A bus is provided for the students FROM THE SCHOOL TO THE POOL. Students will meet in the hall of flags right after school and then they are led to the bus.Students MUST BE PICKED UP AT THE HALLENBAD DÖBLING at the end of the class. The TRANSPORT AND THE ADMISSION FEE is included in the course price.

Wednesday: Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 31 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19 (13 Total)

Thursday: Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13 (10 Total)

Friday: Sept. 14, 21 Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (9 Total)

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S12Malou Giffinger&Team PK-3 Wed 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 299

S13Malou Giffinger&Team PK-3 Thur 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 230

S14Malou Giffinger&Team

PK-3Fri16:00-17:00Hallenbad Döbling

207

Swimming Intermediate

Marie-Louise Nitsch and her team of fully qualified swim instructors offer a fun, productive, natural and pressure free swim program, developed especially for international students and improved through years of experience. This class is for children who already can do the following skills: rocket with flutterkick and breaststroke arms for 12m, backstroke for 12m, basics of freestyle without regular breathing, breaststroke legs and dive for more than three meters. For details about the goals of this class please click here. The maximum number of students for this class is 10. Please register as soon as possible. First come – first serve. A bus is provided for the students FROM THE SCHOOL TO THE POOL. Students will meet in the hall of flags right after school and then they are led to the bus. Students MUST BE PICKED UP AT THE HALLENBAD DÖBLING at the end of the class. The TRANSPORT AND THE ADMISSION FEE is included in the course price.

Thursday: Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13 (10 Total)

Friday: Sept. 14, 21 Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (9 Total)

Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S15Malou Giffinger&Team K-9 Thur 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 230

S16Malou Giffinger&Team K-9 Fri 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 207

Swimming Experts

Marie-Louise Nitsch and her team of fully qualified swim instructors offer a fun, productive, natural and pressure free swim program, developed especially for international students and improved through years of experience. This class is for children who who already can do the following skills: 2 laps breaststroke, 2 laps freestyle, dive more than 5 meters, 1 lap butterfly legs. For details about the goals of this class please click here. The maximum number of students for this class is 12. Please register as soon as possible. First come – first serve. A bus is provided for the students FROM THE SCHOOL TO THE POOL. Students will meet in the hall of flags right after school and then they are led to the bus. Students MUST BE PICKED UP AT THE HALLENBAD DÖBLING at the end of the class. The TRANSPORT AND THE ADMISSION FEE is included in the course price.

Thursday: Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13 (10 Total)

Friday: Sept. 14, 21 Oct. 12, 19 Nov. 9, 16, 30 Dec. 7, 14 (9 Total)


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
S17Malou Giffinger&Team 2-9 Thur 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 230

S18Malou Giffinger&Team 2-9 Fri 16:00-17:00 Hallenbad Döbling 207

Taekwondo

Taekwondo is a modern Olympic sport. It is based on Korean traditions that are over 1000 years old. Basic human values and athletic abilities are combined. Concentration, self discipline, politeness, fairness and endurance are the most important qualities which are encouraged. This combination makes Taekwondo an excellent activity for children. An emphasis will be placed on flexibility, speed and coordination.

Thursday (10 Sessions): Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
T01 Norbert Mosch 2-6 Thur 15:30-16:30 Activity Rm. 80

Tennis

Tennis is a world-class sport captivating millions of players and fans all around the world. A constant program of tournaments and events takes place throughout the year and top players like Agassi, Federer or Nadal have become sporting icons for each generation.

We are a young, qualified and well experienced team of tennis coaches dedicated to teach tennis to children of all ages. Our goal is for the children:

  • To build early confidence in the game of tennis, a sport you can play for a lifetime.
  • To realize the health benefits of exercise in a funny and interesting way.

At AIS we offer individual and group lessons for up to 4 children per court. Tennis rackets will be provided if needed at no cost.

On the registration form you can choose exactly which teacher, day and time you would prefer. Sign up early to get the prefered day/time. Each lesson goes for 50 minutes. Everyone has the availability of 1. If you sign up as a group you can simply state the names of the students in the comments section. The cost for individual lessons is € 37/50 minutes and group lesssons are € 40/50 minutes. In the case of a group lesson the total cost will be split among the participants.

Monday: Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17 (14 Total)

Tuesday: Sept. 11, 18, 25 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 30 Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 Dec. 4, 11, 18 (14 Total)

Wednesday: Sept. 12, 19, 26 Oct. 3, 10, 17 Nov. 7, 21, 28 Dec. 5, 12, 19 (12Total)

Thursday: Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 4, 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13 (10 Total)

**Note: NO TENNIS OCT. 31st


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
T02-T37 Roman Ferik, Peter Pliemitscher, Daniel Berger, Andreas Brandauer all Mon-Thur 17:30-20:30 Sportshall €37 or €40 per hour

Theater Arts

Did you know that many famous actors and actresses started to learn acting when they were very young ? Well, why not you too ?

Why drama ? Drama allows students to communicate with and understand others in new ways (including themselves).
" Tell me and I will forget . "
" Show me and I will remember ."
" Involve me and I will understand . "
Socrates
We will be playing games (role), telling exciting stories, doing stage make-up, puppet show-theater and imitating the world around us .Come along for an entertaining ride.
And I promise you, you'll have .... FUN FUN FUN ...... and much more!!!!! In the process and while having great fun your child will learn to: speak in public, be persuasive in written and oral form, put themselves in other people's shoes, and .... learn self control and discipline, with a positive confident self image, to boot! Advanced Second Graders can join as well.

Monday (14 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
T38 Sharon Ann Ligons 3-5 Mon 15:30-16:30 M32 112

Writing To Publish

Students will be introduced to a new genre of writing every week with the intent of writing a draft by the end of each session. Students will workshop their writing with their peers and make decisions around which pieces to publish. Students will edit, refine and publish a piece (or pieces) or writing in an anthology that will be available on Amazon for purchase. Poetry, historical fiction, memoir, humour, shared writing, editorial, personal long form essay, short story and creative non fiction will be explored during the semester. Students will work with Lyndsay Healey who is a published author whose work can be found across multiple genres. Lyndsay holds a Masters in English Literature and has taught Creative Writing, Poetry, and Writing for Children at Mohawk College and Sheridan Polytechnic Institute.
For Grades 3-5


****NOTE: NO SESSION OCT. 4th Due to Parent Teachers Interviews****

Make up class is scheduled for DEC.20th

Thursday (10 Sessions): Sept. 13, 20 Oct. 11, 18 Nov. 8, 15, 29 Dec. 6, 13, 20


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
W01Lyndsay Healey 3-5 Thurs 15:30-16:30 E4780

Yoga

Yoga lessons will be based on the Hatha and Vinyasa tradition, and will incorporate breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation and physical postures (asanas), which enable students to reconnect with themselves and let go of distractions. Classes will be guided by a theme and may incorporate different elements of storytelling or imagery to further engage students. Throughout the semester students will learn about body awareness and correct anatomical placement, which will allow them to develop their flexibility and strength. Additionally, classes will cultivate students’ ability to focus and find stillness, providing them with the tools to carry on a mindful yoga practice even after class has ended.

Monday (14 Sessions): Sept. 10, 17, 24 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29 Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Dec. 3, 10, 17


Code Instructor Grade Day Time Location Price
Y01Ariathney Coyne 1-5 Mon 15:30-16:30 Activities Rm.112€