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At campus B24 Benjamin Huber and Lisa Kaczmarek are your local contacts for your regards concerning the field of social pedagogy.

My name is Benjamin Huber, I attained my degree in Social Work in Regensburg, focusing on the education of youths and adults. Prior moving to Berlin in 2010 I worked in the youth welfare service for six years. As the history of Berlin is an inspiration to me I like to link the city´s past to political education in order to foster participation and democratic involvement. Since I joined NMS in late 2011 I am deeply  impressed by the international flair of the school. People from many different nations work together to make our school a very special place: we help each other and work as a team to ensure the identification of the whole school community with NMS.

I joined the team at B24 campus in 2015. Our main goal is to build structures, construct our own courses, prevention-schemes and support system for students, teachers and parents. I am looking forward to building a great school and working together with all involved.

Lisa Kaczmarek: I grew up in Berlin. After school I lived in Australia for a year. In 2011 I graduated in Anthropology and Hispanic Studies at the University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen, Scotland. On the 1st of September 2014 I started a dual studies programme of Social Work / Social Pedagogy at the HSAP University, Berlin. I have been working at campus B24 for the past school year and enjoy my work here a lot. I will be available at campus B24 from Monday to Wednesday, while on Thursdays and Fridays I will need to be at university to continue my studies.

The responsibilities at the Nelson Mandela School are as manifold as the school itself and can be categorised into three fields:

1. Organisation of extra-curricular activities

2. Pedagogical support of and counselling for

  • Students
  • Parents
  • Teachers

regarding school matters and beyond.

3. Offers to the classes

  • We are part of the class team together with the two form teachers
  • Support of the form period (Kerngruppenstunden) and the class council
  • Projects and courses on various topics
  • Support of classes in conflict resolution
  • Support of student representatives

Nelson Mandela School – Campus B24
Office of the Social Pedagogues
Room 1.1.01
Babelsberger Str. 24/25
10715 Berlin

Tel: +49 (0)171 263 82 21 or +49 (0)30 85758945 (secretary's office)
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23.06.2017 Nelson-Mandela-Schule · Staatliche Internationale Schule Berlin | Nelson Mandela School · State International School Berlin