German-speaking writers, thinkers and artists have long been and continue to be at the forefront of intellectual life, and German literature, art, cinema and philosophy are influential worldwide. Studying German invites students to delve deeper into this rich culture as well as develop a proficiency in written and spoken German.
Language is learnt through contact with authentic materials including up-to-date music and short stories, providing insight into the lives of famous German scientists, writers, musicians, historical events and festivals.
Learning German develops students’ analytical, communication and problem-solving skills, as well as deepening their knowledge and understanding of the world we live in, essential skills for the 21st Century. Students are often inspired to take their learning further, both to university and beyond.
03 July 2020
Year 12 Theatre Studies student, Sasha performs her passionate 'Voices from Home' monologue on the changes and real… https://t.co/ZEiEJz2uWw
23 March 2020