Visit of a Mosq and a Christian Church

Last day of school before Christmas holidays: all students and teachers of the school visit a mosq and a christian church in Hurghada to learn more about the different religions represented in school. Text/Photos: BR

Christmas preparations…

Children of primary year 3, parents and their class teacher occupied the cantine of the school for one morning and prepared amazing Christmas-cookies in all colours. Later in the morning, a delicious smell in the school building remembered everybody: Christmas is coming! Photos: Daniela Ismail, Eltern der Klasse 3 Text: BR

Christmas Concert at the German School Hurghada

On December 15, 2019, a beautiful Christmas concert took place at the Grand Siva Hotel. All DSH students took part in it: from kindergarten to grade 12. Each class prepared a great performance. The repertoire was very varied, from classical violin music “Canon in D” of J. Pachelbel, through traditional German Christmas songs i.e. “Oh Tannenbaum”, hits in English like “Last Christmas” or “Santa Claus is coming to town”, an original Christmas rap written by students to dance performances. All DSH community and guests enjoyed the music and a cosy Christmas athmosphere. Text: Agnes Photos: BR .

German ambassador visits German School Hurghada

Dr. Nunn, German ambassador in Egypt, visited for the first time the German School Hurghada and handed over the certificate “Excellent German School abroad” to students, parents, teacher and school board during a ceremony in front of the school building. Text and photos: Ernst Breuer

Lecture about Columbia in Geographie lessons class 5 and 7

In October we had a nice highlight in the Geographie lessons of classes 5 and 7 of Mrs. Golbeck: Mrs. Esperanza Barracaldo (Manager of the CC Red Sea and born in Columbia) invited the students on a tour to the columbian country side. She shared her impressions of a stay last summer in a columbian school which was rebuilt after being destroyed by a hurricane. Further on, she told the students about the original inhabitants of Columbia, about their habits and traditions. The students learned a lot about the foreign culture and could also taste typical columbian sweets. The students