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Welcome at the German School Nairobi! Karibu sana!

We are pleased about your interest in the German School Nairobi. Our school offers a demanding, high-quality education for German as well as foreign-speaking children and for students from our host country Kenya.

News

Date 22/05/2020

Both Maya Grabe and Ariana Shah (Kl 5) wrote lovely choruses in last week's music lesson. They have agreed for them to be shared in the newsletter, and are meant to uplift the spirit and give happiness during this quarantine season.  
The assignment was for them to write a catchy-chorus about the current situation that they are in. 

Natalie Lukkenaear
Music Teacher

The audios are on the newsletter again this week due to technical difficulties experienced in opening and listening to the songs before.

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Date 22/05/2020

As a literary intermezzo, the 11th grade read excerpts from Giovanni Boccaccio's "Il Decamerone": Ten nobles flee Florence in 1348 to a country house to escape the plague. So they tell each other stories every day so as not to get bored. After ten days (and 100 novellas) they can return to Florence. Boccaccio's love stories have been the inspiration for the writing of own stories - from 15 noble young people, so to speak, who are fleeing from Corona by taking refuge in their country houses... This has resulted in moving, surprising and thought-provoking stories. We would not like to withhold this text by Laila from you:
 

Christian Vorein
Teacher

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Date 24/04/2020

The first art project "Portraits inspired by 'Cubism' under Home Schooling conditions was well mastered by the students of grades 5 and 6 after minor teething difficulties.

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Date 24/04/2020

Nothing ventured, nothing gained! And so we had submitted our application for the highest German school prize in October, were among the top 50, but not among the TOP 20. It was therefore very gratifying when we received the news in March that we had been awarded a place in the development programme of the BOSCH Foundation as an excellent school. That was our real goal. We had been certified that we had initiated many new school development efforts, but that the implementation still needs time. In the process, we will now be receiving support from experts and innovative schools.

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Date 24/04/2020

The kangaroo competition in Math had to take place under special circumstances this year. A meeting in the classroom was out of the question, but thanks to the flexibility of the organizers, those interested were given the opportunity to take part in using the computers at home. So the competition for the students of our school took place on 8.4.2020 in their own four walls. Even though not everyone had found out about the new date via e-mail, for whatever reason, a large number of the registered students took part.  The participants will be informed about their more or less successful participation during the next months. May the "vaccinated" kangaroo will "jump" again next year.

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Date 24/04/2020

The inspection visit of the regional representative from Germany

 

German schools abroad are inspected every six years by a German commission. Our school was inspected in 2016 and again received the seal "Excellent German School Abroad". But since everything is never perfect, development goals are derived after the inspection, which is recorded and specified in an action plan. This plan is the basis for our school development work.

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Date 18/03/2020

Hyenas have certainly been seen by those who frequently have been on safari in Kenya. What about the one with the big grin? And one that looks at itself in the mirror, smiling and in a striped T-shirt? The picture of Cleopatra, the spotted hyena, is by far the most popular picture among the young visitors to the exhibition 'Diversity in Children's Books'. This is demonstrated by the many points in the work of Tobias Krejtschi.

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Date 09/03/2020

On 20 February 2020, the kindergarten parent reps organized the first of a series of interdisciplinary childhood development info nights. The series is called Raising Your Child in a Global World and is designed to enlighten, inspire and inform on various dynamic topics relevant to the adventure of parenting global kids in a diverse world. The series is open to all DSN parents (KiGa & school).

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Date 09/03/2020

"On your marks! ... Go!" - that was the typical sound of our swimming festival on February 21st. With the best weather our students competed against each other on the 25m- and 50m-distances. Much more exciting was certainly the "board fishing", where the primary school classes had to collect as many swimming boards, diving rings and swimming noodles as possible from the pool. Or the "clothing relay", where the classes 5-9 not only had to swim, but also pass on their wet clothes as quickly as possible. The highlight of the swimming festival was undoubtedly the Student-Parent-Teacher-Staff Relay, in which the students once again won confidently.

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Date 04/03/2020

 

Children have a pretty good sense of when someone is not well. To the same extent, it is usually natural for them to help others who have been injured or need help. 
In a short and concise first aid course, our bright preschoolers have now acquired the necessary knowledge. From sticking plaster or applying a bandage to the recovery position when someone is unconscious - everyone was eager to help and quickly understood how breathing, oxygen, blood and circulation, heart and brain work together. Above all, they are masters in sympathy and consolation - our little first-aiders are really great!

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Date 24/02/2020

The acrid smell rises immediately into the nose. The class 7 students can see where it comes from through walls and trees: from the huge dumpsite in Dandora. All the garbage from the Kenyan capital is unloaded here and rummaged through by thousands of people for recyclable materials. Outside the grounds of the Catholic parish of St. John in Korogocho, street hawkers sell what they have found: dented kettles, used plastic cups, discarded shoes.

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Date 24/02/2020

  

On February 7th, 2020, we finally made it: We harvested honey from the stingless bees on the school grounds for the first time. Dr. Lattorff, who is an expert in the field of bees, supported us in this. The colonies are small and give much less honey than the honeybee. We expected yield of 1-2kg.

We first lifted off the lid and could see the wax cover. Afterward, the wax layers were carefully removed to get to the honey pots. With a syringe, the honey was carefully sucked up.

Unfortunately, we could only harvest very little honey because on the one hand it was difficult to get to the honey pots and on the other hand due to the bad weather there was only a little honey available.

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Date 24/02/2020

Does the southernmost point of Germany border on Switzerland? Which of the following rivers flows into the Elbe: Brigach, Hase, Lech or Schwarze Elster? The archipelago of the Hebrides lies off the north-west coast of ….
Would you have known?
Carlotta von Maltzan knew the most and qualified for the next round in the Diercke Wissen Competition as a school winner! Congratulations!

Date 07/02/2020

Sun, sand, volleyball - there is no better way to start a Sunday. In the past few weeks the sand of the beach volleyball court has been renewed, the green has been trimmed and the field markings have been redrawn. On Sunday, February 2, the court was "officially" inaugurated. Staff, parents and teachers played sometimes together, sometimes against each other. The chairman of the DSN, Mr. Loose, spontaneously took off his running shoes to swap his running rounds for a few rounds of beach volleyball. After the games everyone agreed: The renewal of the court was worth it! Therefore, the inauguration of the course should be the starting signal for a regular beach round, which takes place on Thursdays from 15:30-17:00. New players are welcome! Sun, sand, volleyball - there is also no better way to end a Thursday...

Date 04/02/2020

In a project, class 7 students have captured interesting life stories of migrants in cities, using sound and visuals. We would like to thank Ms. Loose for the impressive results; she combined the pictures and stories of DSN “migrant” members in a poster. The poster and related interviews will be presented at the exhibition of the UN-Habitat project "Capturing Voices of Migrants in Cities", which takes place from 8th to 13th February in Abu Dhabi under the umbrella of the World Urban Forum. 

Date 04/02/2020

What does a jointly built spaghetti tower have in common with a good debate? This question had to be answered by the ten eighth and ninth graders who did not participate in MUN last week. From Tuesday to Friday they took a test course in "Youth debate". They learned not only the cause of a typical debate, but also how to memorize a speech well or how to "warm up" their voice. The debate topics ranged from school-specific questions "Should video surveillance be abolished at the DSN?", "Should Kiswahili be taught?", to global issues such as -  "Should a minimum age for smartphones be introduced?", "Should only electric cars be allowed?".

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Date 24/01/2020

At the end of our ballad unit, the pupils of class 7 were asked to creatively interpret their favourite text. The result was a sock theatre, hand puppets in dark chambers, a spectacle in the horror cellar between woodlice and rats, a king and his daughter in a fight, a mole and his opponent who" set the classroom on fire", rattling chains in the deep dungeon and an interpretation as a hiphop song. There is always room for poetry, epic poetry and lots of drama in German lessons.

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Date 24/01/2020

 

On the 17.01.2020 a New Year’s lunch was organized by the parent representatives from Classes 1-12. All the food served was given by parents from the Primary to Secondary school sections. The administration staff and teachers were invited for this annual ceremony – as a sign of gratitude for their engagement and good work done in the school.

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Date 20/01/2020

As new research and studies take place, the way we approach first aid can shift. With the changing trends in First Aid, it is vital that first aiders are up to date with their training.

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Date 13/01/2020

“The new cafeteria is so big!” “It looks so beautiful!” “It is very well lit and finished.”
These were some of the expressions, evidently joyous, from students on the opening day, 6th January.

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Date 10/12/2019

The ongoing building of the school cafeteria is a major project for the school and it will be opened in January 2020. Structural and enclosure systems are already in place for this project before largely settling in on the interior finishes. Sectionally, the updates for the same are as follows:
 
General exterior

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Date 09/12/2019

The photo exhibition on the fall of the Berlin Wall gave us the idea of bringing this historically significant event closer to our colleagues from Kenya. Two weeks ago, a group of about 20 employees from all areas gathered to learn more about the time of a divided Germany. Many had already heard about the construction of the Wall. But how did this happen? And what consequences did this have for the lives of the people in East and West? The colleagues listened with great interest, asked questions and drew parallels to their own history.

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Date 09/12/2019

Date: 26th to 28th November 2019
 
Here are some of the highlights of the trip!

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Date 09/12/2019

There is no smell of cinnamon, mandarins or cookies. Instead, the smell of wood tickles the nose on this busy Saturday morning in the workshop of the German School. And it's snowing - sawdust. A totally different Christmas mood. Parents and students of class 7 saw, drill, grind and sand candlesticks, fir trees and wooden angels. And on the other side in the art room, paper stars and Christmas cards are being created on a piecework basis.

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Date 03/12/2019

As Chairman of the Board of the German School Nairobi, I hope above all that we will continue to have such a great relationship between the Executive Board, the Administrative Board and the Board. This is the most important basis to improve the school for you students at the DSN and to prepare you for the challenges after school.

For us, this includes, among other things, improving the quality of teaching and the school infrastructure. This means that we want teachers and students to have fun in class and to feel comfortable in school - so that we have as many successful and happy students as possible at the DSN.

It is also important for us to expand the range of extra-curricular activities - the AG's - to improve the quality and to link them better with the lessons, e.g. a research group in physics or chemistry. We also want to include new topics that we do not yet offer in the areas of digitisation, design or film.

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Date 03/12/2019

Every year before Christmas you can read how stars and celebtrities spend their Christmas holidays and plan for the New Year. Of course we can do that too. Therefore we spoke with our school principal, Mrs. Seite and with Tim Bernhardt from the board of the school association.

1) Frau Seite, what are your intentions for 2020?
Frau Seite: Personally, I am too old for resolutions and at school everything should remain as it is.
 
2) What are your Christmas traditions?
In Germany it is forbidden to eat gingerbread before the 1st Advent, but in Kenya I had to start earlier. My children come, then Christmas Eve the tree is decorated by the children in the morning. The tree is bought a week in advance, and you must not put it up before Christmas Eve. On Christmas Eve the children used to have to recite a poem or a song, but that is now abolished. Instead, everyone sings together and there is cheese fondue. In Germany we go to one grandparent on Christmas Day and two to three days later to the other grandparents. If we stay in Kenya, we usually get a visit over Christmas.
 
3) Which Christmas poem/song do you like best?
Every 2nd Advent the whole family is together to sing Advent, then everyone who wants to chooses a song and that is sung. We also sing on Christmas Eve in the church and on Christmas Day. But my daughter sings Christmas carols all year round. That is forbidden, it brings bad luck! My favorite poem is "Markt und Straßen sind verlassen" ("Market and streets are abandoned"), my favorite song is "Das Lied vom Schenken" ("The Song of Giving").

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Date 03/12/2019

Valentin Jagow (From Berlin):

1) Who do you celebrate Christmas with?
I always spend Christmas with my family, my parents, siblings and my grandfather.
 
2) When do you celebrate Christmas?
We always celebrate on the evening of 24 December. This is the day when we get our Christmas presents.
 
3) What do you eat on Christmas Eve?
At Christmas we always have lamb fillet, dumplings and red cabbage for dinner.
 
4) Do you have certain Christmas traditions?
We go to church every year to worship and then we have dinner.
 
Stephanie Nyawara (from Nairobi):

1) Who do you celebrate Christmas with?
I celebrate Christmas with my family, my parents and my two sisters.
 
2) When do you celebrate Christmas?
We celebrate Christmas on December 25th.
 
3) What do you eat on Christmas Eve?
 We traditionally eat a lot of African food at Christmas, so meat, chapati, chicken, mint meat and Ugali.
 
4) Do you have certain Christmas traditions?
We always eat the same food at lunch and dinner on December 25th. At noon we always watch two Christmas movies. Then we have dinner, watch another Christmas movie and go to bed. We don't give any presents.

Date 03/12/2019

It’s a struggle for Stephanie every day. After only 6 hours of sleep Stephanie must force herself out of bed at 4:30 am in the morning. With only 30 min to get ready, Stephanie has a frantic morning. She must get ready, change, eat breakfast and be at the bus stop by 5:00 am due to the severe traffic. She gets to school at 6:30, the time when her classmate Jonny is still sound asleep. Jonny leaves his house at 7:20 am. After a hard day at school Stephanie starts her journey home. With all the traffic she sometimes even gets home at 7:00 pm. Now she must do her homework, chores and eat dinner then go to sleep. After only 6 hours of sleep...

Date 03/12/2019

Class 11 traditionally travels to Germany during the last school week before the Christmas holidays. This year they will fly to Frankfurt/Main on Friday, November 28 and travel from there to Brakel and Heidelberg. We talked to Claudia, Bekote and Lucia about the trip.

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Date 03/12/2019

On the 1st of December class 8 will climb Mt. Kenya with Mr. Fanenbruck, Ms. Fallis and Mr. Karger. Or not... It has been postponed at the last minute due to the terrible weather. They’ve been preparing for it since the 30th October. That was when they started to break in their hiking boots, but at first some pupils did not wear them because they did not have them with them or simply didn't want to wear them. The following week they went to the Ngong Hills and the next day almost everyone's muscles hurt. Since the beginning of November, the students have been doing special exercises in gym class to improve their stamina. These included sit-ups, wall-sits, step-ups and later interval training. On November 20th and 21st they had kit-check with Mr. Reblin from Savage Wilderness who checked their rain protection, sleeping bags and boots. On November 27th the class produced energy bars with Mr. Kliem. They made banana-chocolate-chia and sesame-fruit bars.

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Date 02/12/2019

Please do not confuse with Racism.

Discrimination based on skin colour, also known as colourism or shadeism, is a form of prejudice or discrimination usually from members of the same race in which people are treated differently based on the social implications from cultural meanings attached to skin colour.

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Date 02/12/2019

The change of school from one continent to another and from one environment to another was not only physically but also psychologically challenging: I was used to a school that was quite large. To be honest, I definitely like a smaller school, like the DSN, because everyone knows each other and we're all a big family. 

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Date 26/11/2019

ast Friday the reading day took place at the DSN. Parents, students and teachers volunteered to read to students from grades 1-12 and to share a special reading experience with them. From interactive athletic reading actions to the reading police, the students were offered a lot of insights into the world of books.

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Date 26/11/2019

On Monday, 18th of November 2019, pupils in grades 10 to 12 were able to interview representatives of universities from Canada, the USA, England, Australia and France about possible studies at these universities: 
Thompson Rivers University, Canada
West Virginia University, USA
Durham University, UK
MacEwan University, Canada
Essec Business School, France
Griffith University, Australia

Mrs. Pugsley who organized this fair welcomes our students.

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Date 26/11/2019

Monday morning. The 10th grade school week begins with sports lessons - and begins on the tennis court until the Christmas holidays. Together with coach Pius, the tenth-graders get a taste of tennis, practice forehand and backhand and the first serves. This "school sport" is intended to whet the appetite for playing tennis in leisure time. And who knows, maybe a school team will get together soon ... or the upcoming Wimbledon victory will be won by a DSN alumnus!

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Date 25/11/2019

If one went in the past weeks by the kindergarten and the primary school, one heard again and again the old well-known St. Martin songs. St. Martin was painted on the windows of the kindergarten. All over the place lanterns were made. The stories and legends about Martin were told again and again.
This year we had to plan everything differently because of the construction works. But to skip St. Martin was never an option.

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Date 11/11/2019

Under the leadership of Prof. Serfling (Hochschule Rhein-Waal), a total of six representatives of a university consortium visited the GSN and spoke with the principal Mrs. Seite. This consortium is working on a DAAD funded project "Networking HAW Kenya". The aim of the project is to establish a university of applied sciences in Kenya. In addition, the university consortium aims to set up a Girls Vocation School for the coming year, in which girls in grades 9 to 12 will be encouraged to take STEM fields

Date 11/11/2019

Hello, I'm Moses, 14 years old and in 9th grade. I come from Kenya, but at the moment I live in Las Palmas - not Malle, but Gran Canaria. Right now I'm a guest student for three months at the German School Nairobi, where I was before, but in the kindergarten. When I was in eighth grade I decided to come back, like I mentioned as a guest student. In Nairobi, I am living in a German host family, together with four guest sisters who are very nice. At the GSN, I was not only warmly received by my classmates and the basketball team, but by all other students too. I am surprised that the students understand each other so well here. At my school you don't have so much contact to older students as it is considered not cool to talk to younger ones. I am glad that I came back again, as a few classmates from back then are still here. I have also made many new friends. The beginning was a bit difficult for me in a few subjects, because the curriculum is different from the one at the DSLPA. 

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Date 11/11/2019

At the Michael Grzimek School in Nairobi, lifelong friendships and ties are made - the most recent example being the meeting of the Abitur class of 1992, who came together as a group for the first time after 27 years and also visited the school last Friday.  At the beginning of this year, fourteen students from this class arranged via Whats App to meet on the first week of November. Eleven out of the fourteen realized their dream of reuniting and traveled from the following countries: -
 
Veit Kessen – Riyadh, Saudi-Arabia
Sabine Kontos (born Meinzingen) – Nairobi, Kenya
Peter Pleitz – Nairobi, Kenya
Jörg Gabriel – Moshi, Tanzania
Antje Rathke (born Hoffmeister) – Moshi, Tanzania
Doris Treml (born Hernegger) – Innsbruck, Austria
Agnes Hoffmeister (born Scholz) – Leonberg, Germany
Bjoern Pistis – Offenbach, Germany
David Böckler – Leipzig, Germany
Oliver Meisenberg – Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Bernhard Kiel – Las Vegas, USA
 
But the following were not able to be part of the event: -
 
Maike Krasensky – Germany
Frank Borchert – Germany
Andrej Holzer – Austria.

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Date 11/11/2019

This week we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Of course this event plays an important role in history lessons. Class 10, in a project, had the idea to also let the school community participate in some aspects of this part of recent German history. 

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Date 08/11/2019

 

A Friday in 20 or 50 years - what will it look like? Students in the 9th grade wrote their vision of the future in short stories, which they presented on Friday, November 1st 2019. The stories mostly reflected a future that we do not wish our students: surfing on plastic waves, clean air only from bottles, Berlin by the sea. Only rarely did a beautiful future flash and we very much hope that someone will invent the "greenhouse gas converter"... Classes 8 and 11 were invited as listeners and chose the short story of Ilana Reblin as their favourite story. The jury (Anita Mudanya, Herr Fanenbruck, Herr Vorein) liked Melanie Prieske's story best. Congratulations to both winners. All short stories take part in the writing competition of the "Stiftung Druck- und Papiertechnik". The prizewinners and their entire class will be able to travel to Düsseldorf in June 2020 for drupa, the largest international trade fair for the printing and print media industry.

 

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Date 04/11/2019

Education is the critical foundation for a better and more just world. By providing vocational training for young people across Africa, we can open up professional perspectives and contribute to this critical goal.

Since early 2019 the German School Nairobi is participating in a technical training program organized by the AHK Kenya, providing catering training to two teenagers. The three-year-long program is grounded in German educational standards and, hence, provides a unique and excellent opportunity to achieve a professional qualification in East-Africa. Upon completion of the program, trainees enter the workforce as professional chefs with a certification recognized both by the German and Kenyan government. 

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Date 04/11/2019

Sunday morning, October 27th, 5:45 a.m. Sixteen sporty students, parents and teachers sit in the school bus and drive from the school grounds towards the Uhuru Highway. It's unbelievable how many people are on the road so early on a Sunday morning! In the bus: typical conversations about proper nutrition, running socks and previous records. We can't use the first closed roads anymore. Then the bus driver finds a parking place near the starting area. The sun rises.

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Date 28/10/2019

Rainer Ebers
From 1992 to 2000 I was headmaster of the Michael-Grzimek-Schule, the German School Nairobi. These 8 years were for me a time of very intensive, but also very satisfying work, since both the students and the parents gave a direct "feedback" to us teachers. And obviously they were happy with what we were doing.
 
So, I was very pleased when I received an invitation from the school to come to Nairobi for the 50th anniversary celebration. Without hesitation, I accepted the invitation. How would a reunion with the school be, where I spent about a fifth of my working life, to which many beautiful memories bound me? Would I be disappointed because the school has changed in the many years since my return to Germany and is no longer the school where I spent the "peak" of my life?

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Date 14/10/2019

There's one daily routine you may not have considered when you signed up for this wonderful job description of Parenthood, especially the morning before school time .

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Date 14/10/2019

A baby that was 24/7 splashing and kicking in a basin. 

A baby that would only eat, if she had water near her to play with. 

Little did I know, I would become a competitive swimmer. 

I am Lucia Ruchti from grade 11, and I have had the opportunity to represent the country at numerous international meets. This year I had the golden opportunity to represent Kenya at the 7th Fina World Junior Championships and the 13th African Junior Championships. 

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Date 07/10/2019

On the 21st of September, the German School Nairobi went to the streets to protest for their future as part of the Global Climate Strike. In front of the UN and ironically the American Embassy, the students from Classes 8 to 12 protested the current state of affairs in which our climate future, as well as our world is at risk. With chants echoing the students missing school because the earth’s rapidly heating, the children and adults alike raise their voices to the global discussion of uncontrollable climate change and its danger. 

#FridaysForFuture #climatechangeisreal #future #zerowaste #klimastreik #ClimateStrike

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Date 30/09/2019

„Perhaps", Sibylle Seite begins the greeting of the meeting, "perhaps in a year no one will talk about this meeting any more. But maybe in 50 years, because something completely new has started".

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Date 23/09/2019

Wednesday, the 18th of September 2019
From Sarah Bernhardt, 8th grade

What exactly is climate change? I could have barely answered that question before today. I have always been interested in global issues like climate change. But today I didn’t just learn more about the problem, I also learned about the solutions and how I can have a positive impact on the world.
 
As I entered the Hall of Mirrors I saw several posters and slogans hanging on bulletin boards around the room. Students, teachers and parents from several classes were gathered here and took their seats. This gathering took place to spread awareness about climate change and tell people how they as an individual can change the world.

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Date 17/09/2019

At a recent Board Strategy Meeting of the school, one of the goals stated was to educate our students to be more environmentally aware. We were thus delighted that our high school graduates Angela, Jada and Latasha agreed to share their experiences from their participation in the Climate Change Diplomacy Week with students of Grades 10 and 11.

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Date 17/09/2019

Moritz, Mauwa, Leo, Milda, Malik
Lukas, Roxanna, Emma

Date 10/09/2019

As the Model United Nations activity gets more and more popular at the school, we, the advisors are obliged to provide our students with more input. And what better way to do it, than to invite experts from The United Nations to do this?

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Date 03/09/2019

Dear members,

We all invite you to visit and play at our two tennis courts behind the swimming pool. Tennis is a fantastic life-long sport that not only is a fun workout and keeps you healthy, but seriously stimulates your mind, too! Come and join us smashing balls! 
We have a membership-based user system for families or single members!  If you first want to try out the court, you can also buy vouchers. We very much hope to raise new interest among students so we can establish a tennis school team in the future!
Find our fee structure and application form here on the DSN website: http://www.dsnairobi.de/index.php?article_id=119&clang=0

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Date 26/08/2019

The "wall painting AG" with Grade 4 of last school term painted a creative row of shop fronts on the wall behind the primary school building. So beautifully painted are a bakery, a pet shop, a clothing store called Get Style, a coffee shop, a book store, a Heart shop, a flower store, a kiosk, a skateboard shop, a dance school and a sweet shop.

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Date 26/08/2019

The classroom of the incoming class 1 was splendidly decorated. A large cloth announced that class 1, the lion class, is at home here. The names of all the little lions were written on this welcome sheet.
The first graders came to school together with their parents, grandparents and relatives, the new school bag on their back, the beautifully designed school packet in their hands.

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