The best learning situations are often those where students are sharing what they have learned – for example with an audience or with fellow students.
This week, Secondary students contributed to the Primary School Culture Day by preparing and running activities introducing the younger students to countries i.e. like Egypt or China. There was also an Indian Culture Room, where the older students shared their own cultural experiences and taught Indian dances.
Also this week, grade 7 students opened a ‘Roman Museum’ at the Heizhaus, an exhibition that focused on various aspects of Roman life. Through models, posters and artefacts the students illustrated certain themes they had chosen to research, like technology in Roman times or the life of children in Rome. The project was part of their Humanities lessons and on the day of the exhibition they presented their research to other grade 7 students and parents. Thank you to all students and teachers who were part of the Roman Museum and the Primary Culture day, and for sharing their work with us.