Saturday was Human Rights Day, which we noticed on Friday before. We collected the translations via my UN Summer Academy WhatsApp group and our Erasmus partners and Noel created the logo.
Christmas Activities 2022
We make Christmas wings
with the names of all the pupils who have taken part.
A Merry Christmas to All
We invite you to our online Christmas Meeting 2022
Saturday, the 3rd of December 2022
from 10.30-11.30 Brussels time
Thema: Mein Meeting
Uhrzeit: 3.Dez. 2022 10:30 PM Brüssel
We will create a Common Podcast:
Christmas customs and traditions
We celebrated Erasmus Day 2022 together with the class 6d
„Act for sustainability-act for bees“
Bees are threatened. We are noticing a worldwide decline in the number of bees. Yet, bees are particularly important for our biodiversity and for a healthy environment. They pollinate most plants and thus secure our harvests.
We want to help the bees and contribute to the protection of our planet.
Therefore, we are planting a rock pear tree “Amelanchier” at our school and set bulbs for spring, so that bees and other insects will hopefully romp on it in the future.
"Thank you to class 6d for your great work!"
the 26th March 2021
Let's share traditions and recipes
When do people celebrate Easter in 2021?
Germany, Poland, Italy, England: the 4th April 2021
Greece, Romania: 2nd May 2021
Join us !!!
The 15th February 2021
Friday, 5th of February 2021 14.00 (Brussels time)
Stay together: We are looking forward
Bring Colour and Joy to our Schools
Spring is not so far away and hopefully the opening of the schools too.
We want to bring some colour and joy to our schools in Corona times. Even though many are still at home, the schools will open again in the foreseeable future.
Our idea: When we come back again, we want the school to look nice and friendly.
So, we would like to make flowers or butterflies with you to decorate your school. Of course, you can also make some for your own home.
We will meet online:
Friday, the 5th of February, from 14.00 to 16.00.
- Square coloured paper, not too thick. If possible, use origami paper
- Plain napkins
- Beads (alternatively small paper balls)
- floral wire or rubber rings
- !!!! a lot of fun
We are looking forward to seeing many of you and sending us lots of beautiful flowers and butterflies.
Please upload your result to: https://padlet.com/steinel_schrenk/cmzi9l5qlwsxn08j
28th of November 2020, 14.00pm:
Stay together: Christmas traditions
Winter time and Christmas time is coming and we would like to come together in a virtual exchange and to create a Christmas tree. Each participant for herself/himself or for the school. You need paper not so strong, thick pencils, pins or tape. As you can see, you make hands on paper and you cut them out. Write your name on it and the names of everyone who will participate. One hand for everyone.
There is still some decoration missing. For this we would like one of you to show us what you like as homemade decoration and show us how to make it.
New ideas are welcome