German Language Class

German Language Classes for Children

German Language School - Temple Society Australia is a fully accredited and well-resourced after-hours community language school for children which has offered German language classes for over 60 years.

An increasingly varied range of students now study German in Australian classrooms. At our school we seek to provide for this diversity of language background and varying degrees of experience in the German language.

Our teachers are all native speakers of German who engage in ongoing professional learning. We have an established reading program involving parents. We understand the interrelation between language and culture and participate in various cultural activities, for example the AGTV German Poetry Competition, as well as organise our own events such as the annual Winter Concert.

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Community is the cornerstone of the Temple Society Australia, as it is for our German Language School. A personal atmosphere based on trust, acceptance and respect contributes to the successful learning of German.

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Classes are offered at two campuses at the Temple Society Australia, from 5.00pm to 7.30pm:

Bayswater Campus - Tuesday evenings 
51 Elizabeth Street
Bayswater  VIC  3153

Bentleigh Campus - Monday and Wednesday evenings
152 Tucker Road
Bentleigh  VIC  3204

For further information, download the German Language School Flyer

Fees

Download the 2017 Fees

Enrolment

Download the 2017 Enrolment Form

Contact

E: germanschool@templesociety.org.au

Stefan Mummert
Principal
M: 0415 619 201

Marianne Herrmann
Temple Society Australia
152 Tucker Road
Bentleigh  VIC  3204
P: 9557 6713 (BH)

Child Safety

The German Language School–Temple Society Australia complies with the Victorian Child Safe Standards (Ministerial Order 870) and is committed to promoting child safety, children's wellbeing and protecting children from abuse. All staff, volunteers, contractors and visitors must comply with the Temple Society’s Participants’ Protection policy.