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Who stole the pudding? School detectives investigate.
Thursday, 18 October 2018
Who stole the pudding? School detectives investigate.
Last week a pudding was "stolen” at the DHPS. Of course, the children of the DHPS Child and Youth Centre (ChiYouCe) sorely missed their beloved dessert and immediately started the search using a number of detective skills they had learned: Taking and comparing fingerprints, evaluating surveillance camera shots, casting footprints...
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Agriculture at first hand: Class Outing to Farm Krumhuk
Monday, 15 October 2018
Agriculture at first hand: Class Outing to Farm Krumhuk
In line with their current Natural Science topic, the class excursion of the class 4b learners took them to farm "Krumhuk". Mr Voigts informed them about various agricultural activities and explained organic vegetable cultivation. The class was divided into three groups: The first group helped feeding the cows. They had to get hay and distribute it into the...
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Cultural Festival 2018 in Otjiwarongo
Thursday, 04 October 2018
Cultural Festival 2018 in Otjiwarongo
On Thursday, 13 September 2018, after school, Ms Erb accompanied us to the "Kulturfest” (cultural festival) in Otjiwarongo. The Kulturfest is an annual event organised alternately by another school each year under the auspices of the Deutscher Kulturrat.Before we were divided into our groups, we played a few games...
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DHPS Learners Successful at Goethe Institute Language Competition
Wednesday, 03 October 2018
DHPS Learners Successful at Goethe Institute Language Competition
Again this year, learners of our school participated in the annual language competition of the Goethe Institute on 15 December. They had to solve various tasks, write dialogues and sing German songs. At the end, one 1st place (Muduva Lekuwa, Gr. 8), two 2nd places (Samantha Majiedt, Gr. 8, and Iman Dundee, Gr....
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A Witness of History reports: Talk with Mr Nakatana
Tuesday, 02 October 2018
A Witness of History reports: Talk with Mr Nakatana
On 21 September 2018, Mr Nakatana visited our history lesson and told us about his life and his attitude to current problems and their origin in the past.Mr Nakatana was born in Katutura in 1965, after his parents had relocated from the north to Windhoek. At a young age, he...
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Careers Day 2018: Career Prospects at DHPS
Monday, 01 October 2018
Careers Day 2018: Career Prospects at DHPS
On 28 September 2018, this year's Careers Day was held at the DHPS.After the learners received information in lectures by Prof. Marianne Zappen-Thomson of University of Namibia (UNAM), DAAD representatives in Namibia, Kerstin Sokolowski of the Employment Agency in Wilhelmshaven and DHPS teachers about study and vocational training opportunities in...
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New DHPS Newsletter: September 2018
Friday, 28 September 2018
New DHPS Newsletter: September 2018
The latest DHPS-Newsletter (September 2018) has arrived! We hope you enjoy reading this issue.
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Learner Exchange Programme between Fulda/Germany and DHPS Windhoek
Wednesday, 26 September 2018
Learner Exchange Programme between Fulda/Germany and DHPS Windhoek
From 23 September to 7 October 2018, we have the opportunity to welcome learners from the Rabanus-Maurus school in Fulda at the Deutsche Höhere Privatschule Windhoek (DHPS) as part of the exchange programme.This trip is made possible by ENSA, a development policy school exchange programme promoting the interaction be-tween schools...
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Come one, come all – Spring Festival at DHPS kindergarten
Tuesday, 25 September 2018
Come one, come all – Spring Festival at DHPS kindergarten
With the spring festival "Circus of 4 Elements" the kindergarten of the DHPS Windhoek (Deutsche Höhere Privatschule) presented a big sensation to parents and visitors on Saturday, 22nd September 2018.After the circus director had welcomed the audience, the "Circus of 4 Elements” entered the ring and surprised the spectators with...
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Increasing environmental awareness - as from pre-school level
Tuesday, 25 September 2018
Increasing environmental awareness - as from pre-school level
Every child knows that you should not drop your candy wrappers on the playground. But what about respectful interaction with nature, active environmental protection and avoiding waste at home and at pre-school? DHPS (Deutsche Höhere Privatschule Windhoek) pre-schoolers demonstrate that it is not difficult to implement this in everyday life.For...
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