Project week 2016
Kompetenztest German Writing Class 3
(for Labour Day on Sunday, May 01)
Teachers' Conference (GLK)
No afternoon lessons,
Bus transport & AGs like usual
Drugs prevention day
Class 8 - 12
Celebration of Mother's Day at kindergarten
Opening ceremony of the Art Gallery
Meeting of the Human Resource & Financial Committee
Practical training Class 9
End of grading Class 12
Progress Reports for scholarship students Class 7 - 9
Welcome at the German School Nairobi! Karibu sana!
We are delighted 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.
Our school's bilingual profile will be further accentuated and enhanced by the impending introduction of the "Deutsche Internationale Abitur" (German International High School Diploma / School Leaving Examination Certificate) which will, at the same time, help to maintain our high quality standard and international competitiveness.
At present, 182 students from 30 different nationalities attend classes at our school. Our extensive compound also accommodates our bilingual kindergarten (116 children) and our boarding house offering 20 places.
We would like to inform you about the Security and the related training course offered by the BKA (Federal Criminal Police Office) on the 16th of March. You can get further details on the course by contacting the German Embassy on the e-mail address given below.
We kindly would like to ask you to forward this message to your friends, colleagues or other interested people for supporting us to spread the word about our upcoming events, which are also interesting for external visitors. Thank you so much!
On Friday the 19th February 2016 we went to the Mlango-Farm. We met at the schoolyard at 07.45 am to collect class one and class two, in order to be ready at 8.00 am sharp to enter the busses going to the direction of Limuru. It was a very turbulent ride, going through a lot of branches and undergrowth. But we arrived safely after an hour at the farm.
Tuesday, 09:15, German School Nairobi: 25 top-clad students and their supervisors, (not bad-looking either!) hang around in front of the buses. At last we can start! After months of working on resolutions, learning behavioral and debating rules and writing speeches, it’s finally serious: 4 days of Middle School Model United Nations (MSMUN).
Dear Parents, dear students, dear colleagues,
I would like to inform you about a forthcoming event at the school that you should not miss under any circumstances. We have the honour of welcoming Dr Auma Obama, the sister of the American President Barack Obama at our school on Thursday the 4th of February at 6.00 p.m.
19:30 and Leon is still stuck in traffic! Our flight leaves at 20:40 and he’s given till 20:00 to arrive. Unfortunately, he arrives 5 minutes after boarding time so he cannot fly with us. The class is devastated but we keep our hopes up that he will make the next flight, which would be at the same time the following day. This was exhibit A of our ‘’African timing”.
The Elite Academy had invited again for its yearly tournament. On Saturday, 14th November, 49 teams came to the artificial lawn fields of Cambridge School. The German School Football Centre (GSFC) sent its U8, U10, U12, U15, and U17 team. For the first time also the School “AG-Programme” sent one team (U8).
We are delighted to announce that several of our students have managed to secure positions of responsibility for the MSMUN conference, which will take place at the end of January 2016 at the UNON compound.
“Passport to the world” – Orchid Show Art Competition 2015
Students of the German School really excelled at the annual orchid show art completion held at the Sarit Exhibition Centre earlier this month. FIRST PLACE was won by the German school in the 6 years and under category as well as FIRST PLACE in the age 7 – 10 year age group. A winning total of KSH 40,000 prize for art materials!
Last Saturday was s more than successful day for the team of the German School Nairobi.
Here reports about the event, written by students of class 4 and translated by their class teacher:
On Saturday, 3rdOctober, the German School athletic team did well in the ISK athletic meeting. The team of 11 students was well presented in almost all discipline.
This time, our flea market will offer an additional possibility to sell sports equipment. If you have a pair of soccer shoes, a tennis racket, a bike that's too small or similar items, but you do not have enough items to think it worth having a whole stand, we are offering to sell the things for you!
The German Embassy in cooperation with German School Nairobi is again this year offering Influenza Vaccination.
We are the new interns who will be staying at the GSN until Christmas.
On Monday, 5th October 2015, we - Akella Farminus, Akella Mercy, Nora Jaya, Iron Steyn and Siara Hauke - took a journey to Karura forest.
This year the School Representatives are collaborating with Mr. Nyakango, the P.E. teacher, in trying to make the Standard Chartered 'Seeing is Believing' Marathon a tradition in our school.
Last week on Saturday, our football team U15 participated in the Hillcrest football tournament. The 8 aside, 12 minutes match was well played.
16 inquisitive class 2 children spent an interesting morning last Friday as young scientists, as they found out some very interesting things about water:
As we had said before the summer holidays, we would like to offer a third Parents’ German Course, which will be for beginners. This course will take place on Wednesday evenings, from 5.00 – 6.30 p.m.
Group of advanced hobby players is looking for new challenges and members.
The German School Football Centre would like to invite all the school's new students to attend its Saturday morning soccer program. The first training session of the new season takes place on the school sports field on Saturday September 05. Children aged 5-10 train from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m., while older players should attend from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Dear pupils and parents,
from this school year on, every class room will be equipped with a yellow, a green and a blue dustbin respectively. It is our goal to start separating our waste in a sustainable way.