Class 3C finished studying light, optics and optical illusions by using acrylic paints to camouflage our hands with the fur and feather patterns of our favourite animals. It was a challenging, fun and messy afternoon!

Kunqu Chinese theatre

Here are pictures from the wonderful Kunqu Chinese theatre performance by the Year 9-10 Drama Elective class (WPU) at P30 on 15 February 2017.

Viele Schüler_innen der Nelson-Mandela-Schule haben in den Winterferien 2017 das bunte Angebot an Aktivitäten der Ferienbetreuung genutzt. So wurde in der vergangenen Woche winterlich gebacken, gekocht und gebastelt. Außerdem standen Ausflüge in die Villa Oppenheim (Thema: Wie sah das Leben in der Steinzeit aus? – siehe Fotos), auf die Bowlingbahn und Rodeln im Volkspark Wilmersdorf auf dem Programm.

The P23 Musical AG performed excerpts from The Wizard of Oz on Wednesday, 25 January 2017. Pictures by Florian Lonicer (the first 15) and Dieter Schaudt (the last three). Enjoy!

Dear Nelson Mandela School Community,

It is with great pleasure that I inform you that our debating team, made up of Julia Dannemann, Mark Braasch, Alec Dent, James Keogh, Meret Weber and Yara Abdel-Ghany, has won all three debates and are the winners of this year’s Debating Matters for the second year running. The topics they debated for, or against, were:

  • “Humanity should fear advances in artificial intelligence”
  • “Technological progress will not solve society's environmental issues”
  • “Childhood vaccinations should be compulsory”
  • “We should accept the risk inherent in contact sports”

Students of the present Year 12 participated in a Community Project for Sustainable Living organised by the Hong Kong Baptist University and won prizes in two categories. Congratulations and thanks to Cedric Schmidt, Valerie Boakye, Fanny Tockner, Julia Dannemann-Freitag, Yasmin Krönert, Arja Nunn, Ann-Sophie Jugel, Muriel Grosshennig, Dana Herzberg; their efforts, ideas and enthusiasm paid off!

27.01.2017

On the 26th of January 2017, the annual Winter Concert took place in the Primary Aula. The performance included the school band led by Mr. Langlotz, featuring students from 5th to 8th grade and various numbers by the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Music school, such as choir performances and piano pieces.

Altogether the concert included a lot of talented young musicians and gave an incredible insight into the music education of our school. Events such as this one strengthen the bond between the primary and secondary campus. Furthermore they help enable the students becoming more self-confident and proud of their achievements.

On Monday, 12 December 2016, the Nelson Mandela School Choir sang Holiday Songs at the Indian Embassy. The green choir shirts were donated to the choir by the Friends of The Nelson Mandela School. The choir is grateful for their initiative.

We continue to thank the Friends and the Nelson Mandela community for their continued support.  Happy New Years to you all.

The Choir

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