Goethe-School Bochum - Goethe

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Goethe-School Bochum - Goethe
Goethe-School Bochum
in partnership with
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Main information about our
“Goethe-Schule“
History
The Building
Profile
Projects and festivals
Interview with pupils
History :
• Oldest highschool in Bochum ; founded in 1851
• First : royal trade school
• Later : public school
• Next : secondary modern school
• 1937 : secondary modern school just for boys
• 1949 : municipal mathematical, scientific and new
linguistic gymnasium for boys
• 1972 : municipal gymnasium for boys and girls
The Buildings :
Old building:
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traditional
Built in 1851
Mainly for the younger
pupils
Comprises specialist
rooms
Assembly hall
Computer room
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Staff rooms and secretariat
Library
Small gym
Snack bar
Break area
Chill out area
3 Schoolyards
New Building :
Opened in 2003
 Mainly for the elder
pupils
 Very modern and
colorful architecture
 Gym
 Computer room
 Teachers offices
 Café
 Ski basement
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Schoolyards :
Front view of the school
View from the schoolyard
Projects and Festivals :
The Very important parts of goethe-school´s
every day-life are the projects and the festivals
There are e.g. sportive projects (football-club,
dance-club …), creative projects (theatregroup,photographie-group), and as the biggest
and popularest project the circus „Ratz-Fatz“ .
Becides Goethe-Schule is known for it´s
exchanges with partnerschools e.g. in Italy,
Spain, England, America, France and so on.
Ratz Fatz :
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Goethe‘s school circus
Very popular in Bochum and Bochum‘s surrounding
Fantastic and varied programm
There are dancing-parts, acrobatic-parts, juggling-parts and
clown-parts
International connected project
The circus is traveling with his artists to diverse countries like
Turkey, Spain, Danemark and so on
We hope you enjoyed our Presentation 
Iliana
Saskia
Miriam
Besmire
Elisa
Lisa

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