Our Grade 6 learners have the chance to experience the Namibian desert up close.
Canoeing on the great Orange River in Southern Namibia is more than just a river trip! Our Grade 10 learners get to experience great exercise on the waters, the starlit African sky and the breath-taking Richtersveld National Park on the boarder to South Africa.
Within the exam preparations of the DIAP Biology course in Grade 11 our "almost graduates" visit the desert research foundation in Gobabeb.
"They are beautiful, aren’t they? The stars; we never just look anymore..."
We have a wide range of extra mural activates taking part in the afternoons at the DHPS, one of which is the famous Basketball. This is the fastest growing sport in the school as it not only teaches us about good team work but also demonstrates inclusive education as well as a broader social understanding of each other and our cultures.
This year, the choir (Grades 3-6) will perform a musical together with the theater group - “The Secret Life of Pirates”. The learners practice the songs during music lessons in the morning. Only learners, who want to participate in the musical, have special afternoon rehearsal sessions.
Debating at the DHPS
Wednesday afternoon. The next deadline draws to a close and the only noise coming from the media room is busy clicking of computer keyboards.
“If you fall six times, you get up again seven times” ( Ichiro Abe, 8th Dan)
LEGO Robotics combines engineering- and computer-sciences in a playful way.
Welcome to our “Big band with strings”
The DHPS Interact Club has set itself the task of helping people who live on the margins of our society. True to the motto “Service before Self”, donations are collected and social projects are supported.
Peer mediation is a chance for students to work with other students to help them resolve problems, arguments and disagreements without having to get the teacher involved.
According to our theater-instructor, Andreas Robisch, “school theater in the first place can be seen as a medium for learners, that involves them from head to toe and offers them the possibility for a new view of the world and to explore it actively” “Thus a very special part of our school that should be fun above all.”
YouThinkGreen Namibia is an educational youth initiative at the DHPS. The aim of the project is to train school-age participants to become critically-minded climate ambassadors who create awareness in and outside the school for sustainable consumption, transport and energy.
Mountain biking rocks. It is just fun and exercising outdoors is healthy. These are just a few of the many reasons why one should grab a mountain bike and start to explore the outdoors.
Fun and “human self-reflection” (Novalis)
|Monday - Thursday||06h50 - 13h20 and 14h00 - 16h00|
|Friday||06h50 - 12h30|