PASCH-Activities

We are pleased to showcase a number of representative projects and events organised as part of the initiative "Schools: Partners for the Future" on this page.

2017

PASCH-Alumni - National Meeting © Photo: Goethe-Institut London

Alumni + Europe

PASCH-Alumni develop a concept of a European School: What would it look like? Which subjects would be taught? Where would it be? Why would it be European?

Experiment Wissenschaftsworkshop © Photo: Goethe-Institut London

Science Workshops in German

How can we find the germ? Why is the colour red, and blue colour blue? What is green plastic? How can you do research in German?

2016

 © Stephen McCoy

Exhibition Inventions from Germany

“The car is a temporary phenomenon. I believe in the horse.” Can you imagine life without a car? 

Preliminary National Decisions in London © Goethe-Institut London

International Olympics in German

The Goethe-Institut London invited the best seven students to their premises. Apart from skills in German language and culture, the students also showed their team spirit and creativity

Fit in Deutsch Exams at Colyton Grammar School © Goethe-Institut London

Fit in Deutsch Exams

The exams for young learners (Fit in Deutsch) were implemented at the Goethe-Institut's partner schools in the UK.

2015

One of the Exhibits of the Exhibition Get a Grip on Maths (c) Rolf K. Wengst

Get a Grip on Maths

Is it really possible to grasp the Pythagorean Theorem simply by weighing or folding?

Pupils at the Exhibition Umdenken (c) Warren King

Umdenken - Von der Natur lernen

The exhibition promotes the concept of STEM teaching combined with German and links core subjects.

Kathrin Lauber and Karl Pfeiffer, Goethe-Institut London (c) Nigel Pearson, Leighton Academy

PASCH Conference in London

German teacher Karen Dell’s report on a training day at the Goethe-Institut London.

2014

Colyton Grammar School Pupils (c) Goethe-Institut London

Colyton Grammar School PASCH Projects 2013-2014

In September 2013 Colyton Grammar School became the fourth partner in the UK to join the ‘Schools: Partners for the Future’ (PASCH) project. One year in - what have they achieved?

Boy with a Suitcase (c) Christian Kleiner

Boy with a Suitcase

According to an actor of the drama group Schnawwl from Mannheim, home was where he could trust people and where people trust him.

Drawing Macke-Project (c) Goethe-Institut London

August Macke-Project at Leighton Academy

German, art and history - and interdisciplinary learning approach at the PASCH primary school.