Speaking English six lessons a day? Learning grammar while having fun? Writing poems and stories, singing songs and acting out sketches? Talking to natives from all over the world?
If you can answer these questions with a YES then you are definitely one of 142 fourth formers taking part in this year’s ENGLISH PROJECT WEEK! What a blast!
An amazingly mind-blowing week is over but its impressions, memories and experiences gained will last! Classes 6A and 6B fully enjoyed this week of total immersion into the Scottish and English culture, where new people were met, new food was tried, unknown places were explored and scenic landscapes were discorvered.
The programme of the week was rich and the weather fantastic. We explored Edingburgh, felt like Princess Diana on the Royal Britannia, climbed Arthur’s Seat at sunset, hiked through the Highlands, fed Highland cows, listened to the tragic fate of the Mac Donald Clan, looked for Nessi, danced ceilidh, ate Haggis and even went swimming in the sea at Portobello Beach!
Students of 6A and 6B toghether with their teachers Prof. Weißensteiner and Prof. Voß-Peichl are packing their suitcases to set off for a new destination – Edinburgh / Scotland. We are all looking forward to a week full of lasting impressions and fun activities. The highlight will probably be our Highland Tour at the weekend. We should watch out for Nessie and make sure not to mix up Càite bheil an taigh beag? and A bheil thu ‚g iarraidh a dhanns?
“To be kind to all, to like many and love a few, to be needed and wanted by those we love, is certainly the nearest we can come to happiness” – Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (1542 – 87)
Students of 6C and 6D and their teachers Prof. Führer, Prof. Bichler and Prof. Eichhorn are looking forward to a mind-blowing week in Dublin/City. Share our experience by reading our blogs, just click here.
Stunning photos and informative blog entries on various topics are waiting for you!!!
The students of the 2nd form have received a very special parcel these days. It contained about 80 letters from England, each and everyone of them written in German by students of Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, a girls-only grammar school in southeast England. The senders are in their second year of learning German as a second language and told our students about their personal life, their family and pets as well as their last summer holidays. The letters were decorated very nicely with photos, drawings and colours, so that our students were already eager to answer their newly found penfriends, this time in English of course.
“One’s destination is never a place, but always a new way of seeing things.”
– Henry Miller
39 students of 6C and 6D are going to spread their wings on Sunday April 22nd, eager to explore Ireland and its windswept beauty, literary heritage and sublime countryside.
The culinary team of class 6D, consisting of Nicolaus, Benjamin, pastry chef Mona and Felix, has expressed their excitement by means of a traditional Irish rhubarb cake, which turned out to be a real treat for our taste buds.
Our travel schedule is crammed full of adventures, ranging from courses at our language school to traditional Irish dance to Wicklow Jail – and maybe even the Holy Grail, the Book of Kells.
Right now, suitcases are being packed, before we head to Bray, guided by our English teachers Ms. Zeller and Ms. Weißensteiner. We’ll be sharing plenty of impressions with students, parents, siblings and teachers and we appreciate your comments on our class padlets!
Heavens smile when angels travel!
Travellers of 6CD and their teachers
On April 5th, 2018 the 6A and 6B classes were accompanied by the Americans on their voyage to Ireland. With Herr Eichhorn and Frau Stadlmann to lead the excursion, we set off on our 7 day journey. Between classes at the English School in Dublin, we saw many main attractions, including Guinness Storehouse, Temple Bar, Bray, Glendalough, Croke Park Stadium, and Wicklow Jail, not to forget the amazing cliffs in Howth. Not only did we get to visit Ireland, we also got to stay with host families, which gave us the full Irish experience. Overall, the trip was fantastic, and future classes should look forward to this opportunity. Photos…
Also see our Dublin Blog to get a full insight into our Dublin Experience.
„Dublin is a city apart, a place of whimsy, imagination and enormous fun. Here the word craic is supreme in all its forms – spoken, written or sung.“ (source)
Students of 6A and 6B, together with their English teachers Mag. Angela Stadlmann (6B) and Mag. Johannes Eichhorn (6A), hope to experience the great „craic“ – and YOU can do so, too.
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By the way, click here to see what’s the craic !
Time flies when you are having fun – our week of total immersion into the English language passed so quickly! Get an impression of our yummy breakfast, interesting projects, extraordinary stories, dramatic sketches, excellent photos and last but not least, the funniest trainers in the world: Fotos
It has become something like a sweet and very much appreciated tradition for our year-four students to take part in an English Project week in February.
This means a week of English only, a week spent with children from other classes, a week away from their regular teachers but with trainers from various parts of the English speaking world (from South Africa to Australia) and completely different and sometimes even astonishing backgrounds.
If you happen to see them walking along the corridors just ask them about their week and you will get feedback like „Great!“, „Such fun!“, „I haven’t realised my English is that good already.“
At the end of the week all 124 students show their fellow mates what they have been working on in their workshops (drama, photography, culture, …) .