Month: November 2021

COP 26 – Part 2

In Alena Burmeister’s geography class, grade 10 has been working extensively on the UN Climate Change Conference 2021. We would like to share some of their contributions with you here. COP26 – …thanks for showing up, I guess At another lengthy event, the 26th Conference of the parties, the UN’s climate change prevention unit, the …

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Tzatziki Recipe

Ingredients for 4 Portions: 1/2 organic cucumber 2 garlic cloves 500 g Greek yoghurt 2 tablespoons olive oil Salt Pepper Method Wash and clean the cucumber, grate coarsely and drain in a sieve. Peel the garlic cloves, chop finely or press through a garlic press. First mix the yoghurt and olive oil in a bowl, …

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From now on you can pre-order Christmas stollen from us. We bake it according to an original recipe from Dresden and let it mature for about 2 weeks. Pre-order at the price per piece (450g) is 500/= and can be picked up in the cafeteria between 29.11 and 10.12.

Nanny Cooking Course

Due to increased demand, we have decided to continue our “Nanny Cooking Course” format. In a 2-day cooking course, our two newly trained chefs Felix and Francis will this time show some dishes that are particularly suitable for the coming festive season. Classic soups with chowder, roast duck, filet Wellington and selected biscuit recipes will …

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The Birthday Calendar is Here!

Always knowing which classmate has a birthday has never been so easy! All GSN students are pictured again this time in the 2022 Birthday Calendar. Perfect not only as a reminder, but also as a unique memento. The calendar can now be pre-ordered in the school shop for KES. 1,900 here:

Saint Martin Fest!

Here are some nice reviews in retrospect of the St. Martin’s fest done by Class 4a The Laternenfest by Lana Sikaonga The whole primary school went to the sports field on 11 November at 6 pm. We – classes 4a and 4b – performed a play about St. Martin. After the performance, everyone walked around the …

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