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The international team of Berlin Cosmopolitan School is looking forward to give all interested families an insight into our Primary and Secondary School on Wednesday, Februar 26 from 8:30 – 10:00 am at our main Campus Rückerstraße 9.

Please understand, we have a limited capacity of 50 participants and the event welcomes Grade 2 – 11 applicants. Due to an overwhelmingly high volume of applications for our upcoming Grade 1, we specifically do not focus on this grade level.

Welcome to BCS!

We would kindly like to invite you to learn more and/or register for our upcoming conference, Fostering Transnational Identity, in Berlin, Germany on May 25th, 2020.

Collaborators within our research project from Madrid, Budapest and Helsinki will be joining us as conference presenters with professional development offerings about various aspects of supporting children’s social and emotional competences, language awareness and cultural identity during the initial acclimation process and beyond within an international setting.

All participants who attend will receive free copies, funded by the European Union, of our publications titled Supporting Children’s Language Awareness and Cultural Identity and Supporting Children’s Social-Emotional Competence:  The Settling-In Process in an International Setting currently being published as we near project completion.

To learn more about our project, feel free to read our German or English Press Releases, Visit Our Website, Instagram and/or Facebook page.  We encourage you to contact us via email with any inquiries about our project and/or registration.

After weeks of planning, and with the support of members of the Hot Topic Club and Model United Nations, the Cosmo for Future environmental club organised the first student-led assembly in the BCS secondary school. Members of the club talked about their past activities, as well as showcasing their efforts to make the school more environmentally friendly. The Hot Topic Club showed a ‘BCSNBC Special Report’ based on a visit to the school by a representative of Klimaschutz in Kooperation (https://www.cosmopolitanschool.de/cosmo-for-future-works-with-klimaschutz-in-kooperation/) and the Model United Nations held a debate on the question: ‘what should young people do about climate change?’. Finally there was a ‘quiz show’ staring the student representatives, with questions about what is being done to fight climate change around the world. All in all it was a very interesting and entertaining event – all of the students involved deserve a big round of congratulations!