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Work at a beautiful holiday destination For our beautiful German school in Hurghada we are looking for 1 teacher for SEK I Kl.5-10 subject German / Geography or other subject possible + possibly also use in SEK II and 1 teacher for SEK I Kl. 5-10 Mathematics / Physics and / or IT. Career changers are welcome! Part-time possible! For the coming school year, we are looking for teachers for the subjects Math/Physics as well as German/Geography for our beautiful recognized German school "Deutsche Schule Hurghada". You can expect an international team and a familiar working atmosphere. The classes are

DSH student wins trip to Germany

Scholarship from the Educational Exchange Service Karim Mahram from Class 10 has won one of a few scholarships for a four-week stay abroad in Germany. The scholarships are awarded by the Educational Exchange Service of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs in Germany as part of a international program. Karim's win makes him part of a group of international students from German schools abroad. During their stay in Germany, the group will visit the cities of Bonn, Cologne, Berlin and Munich. The children live with host families in Germany for fourteen days and attend classes

Best “readers” of the DSH chosen

Reading competition at DSH In this year's DSH reading competition, the best readers of grades 6 and 7 were determined. In the competition, the class winners from grades 6 and 7 competed in two categories ("German as a Foreign Language" (DaF) and "German as a Mother Tongue" (DaM)). These were May Karam (DaM) and Almira Gudenko (DaF) in Class 6 and Begad Mohamed (DaM) and Kerolos Shehata (DaF) from Class 7. The students first read an excerpt from a book of their own choosing. After this first round, the students each had to read a passage from a text they

Cultural Attaché visited DS Hurghada

Class 7 awarded for sustainability project Cultural attaché Felix Haala from the German Embassy Cairo visited the DS Hurghada on February 16, 2023. He personally delivered the prizes for the students of class 7 whose sustainability project won in a Facebook voting of the German Embassy. The students received large geography puzzles as prizes. Afterwards, Felix Haala visited the school grounds together with principal Siglinde Hailer and school guides from class 4. Among other things, they visited the school's new learning studio in the Einstein room, checked out the state of the Grade 12 GIB group project in the art

DSH wins games equipment

Games worth around 1,000 euros Thanks to the commitment of German teacher Christiane Sommer-Becker, the DSH has won a box full of games worth around 1,000 euros. These include numerous board games for all ages as well as a Playmobil set and a Märklin train set. This makes DSH one of 202 winning schools in the "Spielen macht Schule" initiative. In order to promote playing, the German "Spielen macht Schule" initiative raffles off games equipment every year. To win, schools have to develop a concept for integrating games into everyday school life. Thanks to the ideas of teacher Christiane Sommer-Becker,

DSH charity events in December

"Christmas in a box" and cooperation with local school "Christmas in a box" Sharing the idea of Christmas with others and bringing them joy - that is the concept of "Christmas in a box". The charity action of the DSH took place again this year under the leadership of Sahar Farouk, head of the Egyptian department of the DSH. Parents and students of DSH prepared the Christmas boxes for children of the "Zainab Awad" school in Hurghada. They packed pencils and notebooks, but also sweets and small toys. The gift boxes were decorated by all DSH students with support of

Flying squadron “Red Arrows” visited the DSH

Ministry of Education attended the visit of Red Arrows The aerobatic squadron of the British Royal Air Force, Red Arrows, as well as the aerobatic squadron Silver Stars of the Egyptian Air Force paid a visit to the DSH in early December. The pilots explained everything about aircraft to the students. They showed presentations about their technical work on the high-performance aircraft, their equipment and explained their training as pilots. The pilots of the British Red Arrows use their travels mainly to visit schools in different countries and become advocates for the so-called STEM subjects. STEM stands for science, technology,

Class 5 wins at PASCH video competition

Firts PASCH video competition in Egypt "Together. Now. For the future." - this was the motto of the first PASCH video competition for grades 4 to 6 in Egypt this year. In the run-up to the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP 27), which took place in Sharm el-Sheikh in November, creative short clips were required to show the climate protection commitment of the respective class. Class 5 of the DSH participated in the competition with class teacher Christiane Sommer-Becker. The class produced three films in record time. In this school year, the DSH has a complete video equipment with

Student exchange: 11 days for sustainability

Positive conclusion after student exchange From November 1, we welcomed eleven exchange students from the Johannes-Althusius-Gymnasium in Emden to DSH. The topic of the exchange was "Sustainability: How can we use and protect the resources of the environment in a sustainable way? The program for the students was designed to fit this theme: 
The group of Egyptian students and exchange students undertook a beach cleanup in cooperation with the environmental organization Hepca. During the action on an island off Hurghada, the students collected more than 20 bags of plastic waste, which were then disposed properly by Hepca. The following day,

“Visionäre”: DSH students awarded for film project

Visionäre Filmprojekt
ZfA-sponsored pilot project on the topic of "Tolerance and Responsibility The students of the former class 7 participated in the "Visionäre" film competition of the Central Agency for Schools Abroad with a self-produced film and received much praise and recognition for it. "Visionäre" is a pilot project sponsored by the Central Agency for Schools Abroad (ZfA) using the medium of film. The aim was to create films on the topic of "Tolerance and Responsibility." "Actually, the competition was announced for grades 10 and up, but we found the topic so exciting that we took part anyway," explains supervising teacher Christiane