On Feb. 8th the pupils of years 4 and 5 of the European School Karlsruhe (with French as L1 or L2) opened up the French-German Day in the Regierungspräsidium Karlsruhe with a musical performance in three languages: German, French and English.
The Mayor of Culture of the City of Karlsruhe, Dr. Albert Käuflein, thanked the pupils for their great performance and held his opening speech, followed by the official welcome of Marlène Rigler, Director of the Foundation Centre Culturel Franco-Allemand.
During this event, the year 5 pupils acted as young reporters and interviewed visitors, among them the Mayor of Culture of Karlsruhe, Dr. Albert Käuflein, as well as Béatrice Angrand, the Secretary-General of the Franco-German Youth Foundation and Verena Denry, Directrice Relations Internationales et Mémoire- Pôle Education et Citoyenneté.
The interviews were professionally conducted with high-tech equipment (ipads etc..)
The 4th year pupils showcased the electronic game, which they had developed themselves in the subject “Discovery of the World” and gained a lot of interest amongst the public.
In the afternoon the pupils of year 5 opened up the exhibition “Mit der Spitze des Zeichenstiftes / Armé d’un crayon” with a musical highlight followed by the official speeches of the Mayor of Culture of Karlsruhe, Dr. Albert Käuflein and Marlène Rigler, the Director of the Foundation Centre Culturel Franco-Allemand.
A great experience for the pupils of the European School Karlsruhe and an opportunity for them to show their talents!