The KIBS PTA and Förderverein invited parents and staff to an informal New Year’s Reception, which was held in the school, dinning room. Professor Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Müller-Siebers, head of the High School for Ecconomics (FHDW) in Hannover, addressed the audience.
The highlight was a tombola where KIBS students could win great prizes like a bike or a football with signatures of all current Hannover 96 players.
Kämmer International Bilingual School (KIBS) is delighted to announce a new sporting cooperation with the gymnastics division of Hannover 96, which combines sports and the school in an exciting partnership.
“With our existing resources we can provide a versatile range of courses for children and adults in Hannover”, says Andreas Schraknepper , head of schools division at OKS.With “local roots – global understanding” KIBS stands for high quality local education with an international bilingual curriculum, which offers individual support for students through differentiated learning.
In association with Hannover 96, KIBS offer a number of after achool clubs run by Hannover 96 trainers, for example, Fun Football and Dance. Hannover 96 also use the KIBS sports hall to offer a range of classes to children and adults from outside of the KIBS school community. These presently include a toddler movement class and keep fit classes for adults.In the future it is planned to offer a fitness and jogging for teenagers. You can find more information at: http://www.gymnastik.hannover96.de. This site is only available in German.
Our first and fifth graders are happy about the replies to their airmail. Greetings, attached to ballons, that were sent by them on their first day in school flew far across the country. Families in Wietzendorf in the Lüneburger Heide wished them luck. So did families from Klötze in Altmarkkreis Salzwedel and from Peine and Lehrte in the South-East of Hannover.
Poems were recited by Grade 4 pupils, a welcome song was sung by Grade 3 and 4 pupils and a Circus Skills demonstration given by children who attend the school’s Circus Club. Then senior pupils welcomed them to KIBS with a fresh sunflower to make it an unforgettable day. Following a visit to their new class rooms, the school starters launched balloons with their names written on the attached Finders Cards.
The new girls and boys in Grade 5 had a lot of fun together with numerous guests. The highlight of the programme was the planting of a Gingko Tree. Its characteristic is robustness. A goal that all the pupils want to achieve with commitment to school and hard work.