“Colorful diversity – all less than one roof” was the motto of this year’s school festival of the Friedrich, which had to offer an equally colorful and diverse program. The official welcome was received by the pupils themselves: “We welcome you on behalf of the Children’s Council. The children wear reflective vest was also prepared for a welcome speech, coordinated by Christophe Underlet, and a welcome parade in several languages.
Since headmaster Markus Taube is currently on parental leave, he was only a guest at the school party. That is why the deputy headmaster Silk Seitz took over the task of welcoming the numerous visitors: “Diversity can be found in many areas: as we have seen, this is among other things the cultural diversity that brings us together in the classes and classes, but also in other areas: school, photo-center, musical elementary school and WPU courses.
In addition, Seitz reported: “Activities are also taking place in the framework of projects that we undertake as an Enesco school. These include exchanges with our partnerships in Lithuania, excursions to Enesco World Heritage sites and cooperation with the world shop or clubs, schools in Burkina Faso support. “A planning group led by Carton Schaech and Maria Günter had taken over the organization of the school festival. A number of cooperation partners such as the youth promotion of the city of West with the focus club, the DAK Blenheim, the Yana Soma association and the world shop were also represented with stands.
At the stand of the municipal youth promotion West and the association Focus the children in warning vest could go on a trip to a village in Senegal. Through cooperation with the children’s museum in the suitcase from Nuremberg, the guests were able to relive the everyday life of a family in Africa. An employee of the museum in the suitcase has brought many photos and objects of use from a visit to a family in Senegal. “We make a rattle,” two girls proudly said, “It’s not that easy!” Visitors were given the opportunity to taste or to taste African food.
At the DAK stand, the children were able to save the badge Max with a quiver and received a safety vest as a reward. Class 9 has produced key trailers and sold them at a booth. The proceeds will benefit the projects in Burkina Faso. Particularly sought after were the childish make-up and the raffle. With a “passport”, the children were able to visit different countries across the school grounds and take part in activities there. For each station there was a stamp – from eight stamps the young got a small price? Whether goal wall shooting, can throwing, ball games, a quiz about the school, the world shop or a nutritional quiz – both physical and mental skill and skill were to prove. In the sports hall, the young guests in a bouncy castle could really let off steam.