Car park and bicycle racks, school and learning buildings, schoolyard, sports fields, activity areas and green spaces: all of these elements are freely arranged to form a harmonious, integrated whole that reflects the school's versatility and pedagogical diversity. A dynamic central axis linking all of the buildings as well as the indoor and outdoor facilities provides a place for encounters and communication. This "school pathway" also helps people to find their way around the grounds. The smooth transition between indoors and outdoors, together with the expansive glass facades, establishes a close connection to the meadows and fields of the surrounding landscape.
Schoolhouses for year groups 5 to 10 are arranged in clusters along the school pathway. Each cluster accommodates four classrooms grouped around a "marketplace" – a central space for activities or smaller events. Learning bays create a personal learning environment for individual support or enable learning in small groups. Conventional seating arrangements are disrupted by new pedagogical concepts.
The schoolhouses form the "school village" together with the art and craft rooms, the administration and after-school care facility, the library, the STEM area, the school kitchen and the herb garden. In combination with the school pathway and the blending of indoor and outdoor spaces, the free arrangement of the houses creates a lot of special places that encourage a sense of community, resulting in a unique and inspiring school environment.
The open, two-storey assembly hall in the entrance area constitutes the school's communicative hub. With its expansive steps and stepped seating, it provides a wide range of recreation spaces as well as seating options for school assemblies, parents' evenings or performances. Acting as a link between the entrance level and the schoolyard – sheltered from the outside in the centre of the complex – the assembly hall once again encourages communication among those using the building.