Interview with GESS' new principal.
GESS organised another successful GESS Volkswagen Cup.
"The English-speaking European Section enjoys an outstanding reputation among IB schools in Singapore."
On February 18th, the fourth GESS RoboCup Singapore Carnival took place at GESS with students from all over Singapore.
Home to 1,500 students, the German European School Singapore (GESS) believes that an education rooted in European and German foundations equips students with the essential skills to spread their wings.
Last year in November, GESS and our neighbouring schools enjoyed participating in the annual Bukit Tinggi Friendship Day.
Testamonial of Alex Sinke, Grade 12, European Section
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On October 18th, 2016, eight GESS students had the opportunity to gain an exclusive insight into the world of the Opera with a particular focus on Richard Wagner's Opera 'Der fliegende Holländer'.
On Saturday, November 26, the German European School Singapore (GESS) enjoyed their annual Christmas Bazaar.
Each year GESS' Model United Nations (MUN) group takes part in the MUN Conference, a simulation of the work of the United Nations that allows high school students to play the role of diplomats, learning the appropriate manner of negotiation and debate.
On October 3rd, 2016, GESS celebrated the Day of German Unity with various events from Pre-School through to Grade 12. Students came to school wearing their national costume or colours, representing not only Germany but countries from around the globe.
Laura Munaro, Head of Pre-School at The German European School Singapore (GESS), joined GESS in August - the beginning of the academic year 2016/17.
Children aged 6-12 can choose from sports camps (either Soccer-specific, or "World of Sports"), Whizz Kids (technology), or multi-activity camps with activities like filmmaking, music video creation, yoga, and "Crazy Science".
In June Grade 8 (European Section) students commenced their roll out of a series of activities aimed at raising awareness and engaging students, staff and parents on the UN's Global Goals for Sustainability.
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he German European School Singapore (GESS) has recently announced the development of their new campus, opening an exciting chapter in the institution's story as they merge two existing campuses into one purpose-built school with state-of-the-art facilities.
Read the interview with GESS parent Gerda Gehring and discover why she chose GESS for her child.
Annika Xue Sager, 16, Student at German European School Singapore, becomes the new TNP face 2016.
In June, the grade 8 students of the European Section started a series of activities in order to call attention to the global sustainability goals of the United Nations. The sustainability week was initiated by the German government and GESS was invited to participate.
At Sassy Mama, we're all about helping you make informed decisions for your child, including on where to send them to school. Perhaps medium of instruction is important to you, or curriculum, or an amazing campus. The best way to get a feel for all this is at an open day, so why not check out the Open Classroom Day at German European School Singapore (GESS) on Thursday, 15 September?
GESS supports the learning of mother and father languages to keep connections with home countries alive. German, Dutch and Danish classes are integrated into the school day to develop native fluency. GESS is an authorised International Baccalaureate (IB) World School.
The German European School Singapore (GESS) is a multi-lingual, not-for-profit, international school in Singapore with a distinct European flavour. GESS provides international education to 1,500 students of more than 50 nationalities from 18 months to 18 years.