Berlin Cosmopolitan School inspires over 2000 visitors with the Summer Show 2023

9th July, 2023

On July 1, over 2000 children, parents and friends gathered on the picturesque grounds of Müggelseeperle and Prinzengarten to celebrate Berlin Cosmopolitan School’s impressive Summer Show. The event showcased performances by talented artists ranging in age from 1 to 19 years old and provided an unforgettable experience for all involved.

The Berlin Cosmopolitan School’s Summer Show has established itself as the highlight of the event calendar, attracting a large number of visitors each year. This year was no different: more than 2000 people gathered to admire the students’ talents.

The grounds of the Müggelseeperle and Prinzengarten provided the perfect backdrop for the event. From colourful dance performances to musical acts and theatrical performances, the Summer Show featured a wide range of artistic performances.

“The Summer Show is a wonderful opportunity for our students to unleash their creative potential and showcase their talent,” said Yvonne Wende, founder and director of Berlin Cosmopolitan School. “It’s incredible to see them develop and grow, and we are proud to be a part of their journey.”

The event not only provided a platform for the students to showcase their skills, but also strengthened the sense of community and cooperation within the school. The parents and friends of the artists were full of pride and enthusiasm when they saw their loved ones on stage.

The Berlin Cosmopolitan School’s Summer Show exemplifies the school’s commitment to providing students with a holistic education that not only focuses on academic achievement, but also encourages the development of creative and artistic skills.

Therefore, part of the Sumer Show included a 10th grade augmented reality art project. Visitors were able to view the emmersive AR exhibition “Techno Biomorphism” in the garden of Müggelseeperle and Prinzengarten.

About the Berlin Cosmopolitan School, Preschool and Kindergarten

The Berlin Cosmopolitan School is changing the traditional way schools and kindergartens work with different approaches to learning in the areas of nature and environmental protection, sports, new work, culture, dance, music and art and much more. The aim of the independent school, preschool and kindergarten is to bring all students along according to their abilities.

“When school motivates, everyone learns more” is the conviction of the Berlin Cosmopolitan School. Regular outdoor learning, sports activities and competitions, digital projects such as robotics, internships from grade 6, music-making from kindergarten age, dance clubs, bilingual education and much more help the children to discover and develop their own preferences and abilities.

Important concerns of the Berlin Cosmopolitan School, Kindergarten and Preschool are social justice, equal opportunities in education and a balanced community. The school regularly awards scholarships to students and accepts refugees. Through its established network and internationally trained staff, the educational institution has the opportunity to explore new educational paths for every age group.

The Berlin Cosmopolitan School was founded in 2003 as a non-profit organisation by Yvonne Wende. In 2004, the first bilingual (English-German) kindergarten and preschool opened for Berlin-Mitte with 18 children. Shortly after, the primary school started and most recently, in 2009, the accredited bilingual Gymnasium of Berlin Cosmopolitan School 01P22. Since then, the number of students has steadily increased. Approximately 1,000 students from all over the world are now being taught on the Rückerstraße and Invalidenstraße campuses. The kindergarten has grown to a number of more than 300 children between the ages of 1 and 6.

In 2013, Berlin Cosmopolitan School was accredited as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, first for primary school and also for the Gymnasium. The IB Learner Profile is about developing children and young people into lifelong learners. The school and kindergarten use primary experiences to design lessons.