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Berlin Cosmopolitan School_Drama_Darstellendes Spiel_Secondary_Gymnasium

On June 8 the Theater premiere of the play “Geh nicht vom rechten Wege ab!” took place in the auditorium of the Berlin Cosmopolitan School. The students of the Darstellendes Spiel/Performing Arts Club presented a modern fairy-tale collage based on text templates of the Brothers Grimm. German teacher and club leader, Lea Heiligtag developed the collage together with the club students. The Drama piece deals with the timeliness of the fairy tale contents and confronts the audience with what often leads to a bad ending in reality. A remarkable and intense play, which received a big applause and inspired the audience to reflect.

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Berlin Cosmopolitan School_Soccer_Fußball_Girls and Boys

This year at the Intersoccer Tournament in Prague some great football matches took place! This time our U11 girls and boys teams played along with other schools. Despite the heat, our players were full of ambition and verve. The boy’s team narrowly missed the first place. Our girl’s team sensationally achieved 1st place!

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Berlin Cosmopolitan School_MUN_Secondary_Extracurricular Programme

Recently, students from BCS participated in BALMUN, the Baltic Model United Nations in Rostock. 170 delegates and 17 chairs from 24 nationalities participated. This year, 3 BCS students, Jillian, Sofia and Zoe also had special roles at the conference as student officers in the Environmental Committee, the Special Conference, and the Disarmament Committee respectively.

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Berlin Cosmopolitan School_Caribou Math Contest_Top World Winner_Secondary

The Caribou Mathematics Competition is a world wide online Maths contest that is held throughout the school year. The aim is to improve student’s problem solving techniques by providing a wide variety of challenging problems. This year BCS students competed online against schools in Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Iran, Sudan, Sweden and the US. Five students during competitions in October, November and January came within the world top 10%. Four students are pictured here. These students were from grade 6, Ziad (top 8%) and Yannick (top 8%). From grade 7, Quinn (top 1%), and from grade 8, Michael (top 3%), and from grade 10, Oliver (top 9%).

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