A successful HUMAN project week for the school's 150th school anniversary

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"It was an exciting and intense week in which the students pushed themselves to their limits while living 'humanity' full of grace and energy. A wonderful experience for all involved!" says Barbara Meyer, German and music teacher at the Gymnasium am Wall in Verden/Aller.

In the first week of July, 20 students from grades 8 to 13 worked with choreographer Wilfried van Poppel and dancer Maria Alegria van Poppel Lubeigt on the five HUMAN themes "Birth", "Needs", "Liberty", "Home" and "Love" - and interpreted them in a public performance.

With this HUMAN five-days-to-dance project week in the context of the school's 150th anniversary, the school accentuated its mission statement as a school, with which it commits itself as a place of respect and tolerance, peaceful and non-violent coexistence, cosmopolitanism and personality development. In addition, the HUMAN project week integrated into the grammar school's commitment as a "school against racism".

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