It is a tradition that our music team organises a concert with members of the refugee community in Berlin.

Please join us for “One World, Many Voices” on

Thursday, January 30th at 5.15 pm

in our Concert Hall, Campus Rückerstraße.

The  “Ensemble without borders”, a collaboration of young BCS musicians and “Mit-Mach-Musik”, an organisation that helps refugee children to integrate through music will perform their new repertoire.

Some of our BCS students and teachers will also join the concert.

Please support this very special event by participating and donating to “Mit-Mach-Musik”.

We did it!!!

We have passed all three audits (kindergarten, school and BCFS GmbH as caterer) carried out by the DGE in December 2019 with flying colours.
BCS School and BCS Kindergarten to an incredible 100%, BCFS GmbH as caterer for kindergarten and school – to a proud 80%.
Our school received the award “School+Food=Grade 1” and our kindergarten can call itself a FIT-KID kindergarten for the next three years (until December 2022).
This means that both school and kindergarten offer a full range of lunchtime meals, which in the areas of food (quality and frequency), menu planning & production and living environment meet the requirements of the DGE quality standard for catering in day care facilities for children and in schools respectively.

Many thanks to all who made it possible!

Please find the certificates here: BCS School and BCS Kindergarten

Last week, Grade 9  performed experiments as part of the Science Days / International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO). The students worked in groups to complete the tasks for the Olympiad. 

This year, the topic was “Ink”. Students investigated the chemistry of ink, how “ink killer” works, how to use ink in biology and physics experiments, and how to make ink using a 2000 year old recipe! 

Students’ reports on their experiments will be entered into the competition this year, with a chance to win advancement into the final international round taking place this year in Frankfurt. 

Aside from completing the IJSO tasks, the aim of the science days is to promote scientific research and experimental skills. Participation and group work are an integral part of the event. 

With over 20 000 teams worldwide, the VRC robot competitions are one of the most popular amongst students. See press release here.

In 2020, Berlin Cosmopolitan School (BCS)will host the Berlin qualifications on January 10, 2020 for the German final.

A total of five teams from various schools in Berlin, including one from BCS, will play for the title in our Assembly Hall. The winning team will move on to the National Finals at TU Berlin at the end of February 2020.

Good Luck to all participants!