European School
Theme Week about Water

Every year, the European School Copenhagen organises theme weeks to delve deeper into a particular subject or topic and encourage collaboration across the language sections and year levels. During the last week of April, the children explored ‘All aspects of water’ through a variety of science and art projects, dancing and singing, and a visit to the Experimentarium.

The science experiments included dissolving things in water, filtering dirty water into clean water and melting ice with salt or sugar. Many of the students were also able to make paper clips float although it was very hard!

In the dance sessions, the children learned about indigenous peoples and their belief in the power of rain dance. The children learned all the movements and on three out of the four theme week days they actually danced so enthusiastically that it did rain!

The children also sang and danced to ‘Singing in the Rain’, exploring the feeling of being happy and enjoying the rain. The children had to push themselves in many ways, especially when it came to dancing with an umbrella and remembering the choreography at the same time. The result was an effective dance with lovely movements and a lot of fun along the way too.

In ‘art and water’, the children made movies and stop motion movies about water and recorded water sounds. The movie clips and sound recordings were then combined into water soundscapes. The children also made art posters to remind people of the importance of saving water.

All the children visited the new Experimentarium/Science Museum in Hellerup, which has a wide range of activities, experiments and games dealing with the theme of water. The children learned about the importance of water safety and having respect for the world’s oceans. They made and tested different types of bubbles and investigated the properties of water.

The Nursery classes took a day trip to Vandets Kraft in Rødovre, where they took part in pond dipping, handled salamanders, built dams and learned about the amount of water each family uses in a week!

All in all, a very eventful, educational and exciting week!

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    Mon 19.11.2018 / kl. 16:30
    European School Copenhagen, Ny Carlsbergvej 99, 1760 Copenhagen V
    Orientation Evening – Nursery and Primary
    All interested parents are invited to the school's Orientation Evening for Nursery and Primary.
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    New school brochure
    The European School Copenhagen has published a new school brochure. The brochure is available online or from the school's Administration.
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    Children’s art exhibited at Vigerslev Bibliotek
    Artworks created by the school's Primary 2 and 3 students are on display at Vigerslev Bibliotek in Valby until the middle of April 2018.
  • Mon 29.01.2018 / kl. 17:00-19:00
    Sankt Annæ Gymnasium, Sankt Annæ Salen Balcony, Sjælør Boulevard 135, 2500 Valby
    Orientation Evening – Opening of Secondary Department
    All interested parents are invited to an Orientation Evening regarding the opening of the school's new Secondary department in August 2018. The school will open for admission to Secondary 1-2, English and Danish section on 1 February 2018.
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    Season’s greetings from European School Copenhagen!
    The European School Copenhagen is wishing everyone a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

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    New school building in Carlsberg City district tops out!
    We have reached another important milestone towards our move to the Carlsberg City district! On Monday 18 September, Carlsberg Byen A/S held a ceremony to celebrate that the builders have ‘topped out’ and placed the highest structural feature on our new five-storey school building in the Carlsberg City district. Topping out ceremonies are held to celebrate construction progress and are an opportunity to thank the builders, designers and engineers for their work to date.
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    Successful first book fair
    The European School Copenhagen hosted its first book fair at the end of August. The purpose of the book fair was to encourage and inspire a love of reading in the children, so it was great to see that they all really enjoyed attending the storytelling and browsing through the many books.
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    First school day for our new Nursery pupils
    On 10 August, we welcomed our new English and Danish Nursery classes. The first day of school is a special day for children and their parents, so all stops were out to ensure they had a happy and memorable day!
  • The year in review…
    Sankt Annæ Gymnasium has published its 2017 Year in Review (SAG Årsskrift), including a look at the events and activities of the European School Copenhagen.
  • Europaskolen
    Tue 14.11.2017 / kl. 17:00-19:00 hrs
    Sankt Annæ Gymnasium, Concert Hall Balcony (Sankt Annæ Salen), Sjælør Boulevard 135, 2500 Valby
    Orientation Evening
    All interested parents are invited to the school's annual Orientation evening, which is an opportunity to hear more about the school and meet our management, teachers and parent representatives from the School Board.