- Class 9b discovered the world-famous metropolis
Our big journey started on 20th April 2015 at 6.30 am. We met in front of our gym and waited for the tour bus. A thrill of anticipation was perceptible. We didn’t have to wait long until our bus arrived.
Finally we could start our adventure!
Erinnerungsfoto auf Schloss Windsor
Zwei neunte Klassen aus dem Ernestinum Gotha verlebten aufregende Tage in London
Am Sonntagabend, dem 19. April um 22.30 Uhr, ging es los. Nach etwa 10,5 Stunden Fahrt machten wir einen Zwischenhalt in Calais. Gegen 9 Uhr ging die Fahrt dann mit der Fähre weiter nach Dover. In Großbritannien angekommen, fuhren wir weitere 3,5 Stunden, bis wir schließlich um 13.00 Uhr unser Ziel erreicht hatten: das Wombat's City Hostel in London.
“The Wave” in Erfurt
The classes 10 to 12 went to Erfurt to see the English play “The Wave” by Morton Rhue on 29th January. The buses picked us up at the school at 4:45pm and we arrived at the theatre in Erfurt half an hour later. The theatre hall was crowded and full of excited students from different schools. Finally the play began at 6pm.
On Thursday 11th of December 2014 the forms 9a, b, c went by bus to Erfurt. We were accompanied by our form teachers Mrs Treppschuh, Mrs Roßmeier, Mrs Greiner and by our English teacher Mrs Brand.We were picked up at the gym and the bus took us in less than an hour there.
Last week we finally went to see the play “A Christmas Carol” written by Charles Dickens. The form teachers Mrs Greiner, Mrs Roßmeier, Mrs Treppschuh and our English teacher Mrs Brand came with us to Erfurt. Our first stop was the Christmas Market in Erfurt where we could buy some nice Christmas presents for family and friends or where we could enjoy plenty of awesome and delicious sweets. After that we went to the Opera House of Erfurt to see “A Christmas Carol”.