Our afternoon activities are another part of our range of offerings. With these, we give young people the opportunity to try something new outside of school. The goal is for them to discover new ways and have fun experimenting and trying out. Some examples of such afternoon offerings are:
FIRST® LEGO® League AG
The FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a research and robot
competition in which the young people take part as a
the categories Teamwork, Research Project,
and Robot Game. The last two categories
construction and programming of a LEGO® robot. In the AG,
or the school project group, the young people prepare for the
FLL regional competition hosted by the ROSEN Group in
In this AG, or school project group, we produce our own
We develop an idea, write the storyboard, design
and costumes, and, after shooting, take care
of the editing and
sound of the recordings. This project
includes the perfect task
for everyone, no matter whether
it is scripting, directing,
camera, sound engineering,
make-up and hair, stage design,
or acting. Together, we
want to create a great end result solely
out of the young
people’s imagination and creativity.
In this workshop, we build well-known buildings to scale in Minecraft as a team. To do this, we look at them on site, measure them and first create a 2D drawing. Afterwards, we recreate the drawing as realistically as possible in Minecraft.
In addition to the ability to work in a team, this primarily trains
media skills and spatial imagination.
In the creative workshop, we work on projects together with the young people and implement a wide variety of ideas. From programming a Styrofoam cutting machine to creating great models from different materials, which are planned, built and tested in the AG. In the AG, the young people learn about different materials such as wood, Styrofoam, paints, etc. Thus, they explore the diverse processing possibilities of the materials.