Worldfest on Sunday

The annual Worldfest at Frankfurt International School takes place on Sunday, 21st May, 2017 this year, between 12 noon and 4pm.

23 stands from the different countries represented at the school we be offering food and drink, with activities for children also taking place.

Worldfest 2014 - Panoramic Photo

Please note that car parking facilities are not available at the school on this day.  There will be a shuttle service between the school, Edeka’s car park and The Rolls Royce field.  Visitors should bring their ID card or passport with them.

 

Flea Market at Frankfurt International School

Frankfurt International School is holding a flea market on Saturday, 28th May, 2016 between 11am and 2pm in the cafeteria area of the school.

Many families who are preparing to leave Germany use this opportunity to sell relatively new household items, meaning there are usually some bargains to be had.

There will also be a chance to buy English language books and games, but the 50 stands will be selling clothing, toys, videos and DVDs.

Money made at the market will be donated to non-profit projects at the school.

The nearest U-Bahn station is “Waldlust” and the number 42 bus route also has a stop nearby.

 

Frankfurt International School – Worldfest 2016

Frankfurt International School held their annual Worldfest on Sunday, 22nd May, 2016, with the stands re-located to between the main building and the new sports hall.

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Worldfest on Sunday

The annual Worldfest at Frankfurt International School takes place on Sunday, 22nd May, 2016 this year, between 12 noon and 4pm.

19 stands from the different countries represented at the school we be offering food and drink, with activities for children also taking place.

Worldfest 2014 - Panoramic Photo

Please note that car parking facilities are not available at the school on this day.  There will be a shuttle service between the school, Edeka’s car park and The Rolls Royce field.

 

Flea Market at Frankfurt International School

Frankfurt International School is holding a flea market on Saturday, 23rd January, 2016 between 11am and 2pm in the cafeteria and main hall (Aula) areas of the school.

Many families who are preparing to leave Germany use this opportunity to sell relatively new household items, meaning there are usually some bargains to be had.

There will also be a chance to buy English language books and games, but the 50 stands will be selling have clothing, toys, videos and DVDs.

Money made at the market will be donated to non-profit projects at the school.

The nearest U-Bahn station is “Waldlust” and the number 42 bus route also has a stop nearby.

 

Worldfest on Sunday

The annual Worldfest at Frankfurt International School takes place on Sunday, 10th May, 2015 this year, between 12 noon and 4pm.

19 stands from the different countries represented at the school we be offering food and drink, with activities for children also taking place.

Worldfest 2014 - Panoramic Photo

Please note that car parking facilities are not available at the school on this day.  There will be a shuttle service between the school, Edeka’s car park and The Rolls Royce field.

 

Flea Market at Frankfurt International School

Frankfurt International School is holding a flea market on Saturday, 6th December, 2014 between 11am and 2pm in the cafeteria and main hall (Aula) areas of the school.

Many families who are preparing to leave Germany use this opportunity to sell relatively new household items, meaning there are usually some bargains to be had.

There will also be a chance to buy English language books and games, but the 50 stands will be selling have clothing, toys, videos and DVDs.

Money made at the market will be donated to non-profit projects at the school.

The nearest U-Bahn station is “Waldlust” and the number 42 bus route also has a stop nearby.

 

Ground-breaking ceremony at Frankfurt International School

The subject of the new sports hall for Frankfurt International School is one that has been on the local political agenda for several years, with the main problem being exactly where to build it.

However last Saturday (30th August, 2014) surely put an end those discussions when the “Ground-breaking ceremony” took place, known in German as the “Spatenstich”, now that the school is building inside their own grounds.

The guests, except maybe for the new arrivals, could see a difference to the grounds as soon as they entered them.  Over the summer holidays, the old sports hall had been torn down.  In its place, next to where the Worldfest is held, is now a fenced off area containing the land where the building once stood.

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Ausländerbeirat to meet at Frankfurt International School

The Ausländerbeirat (foreigners’ sub-committee) are going out into the community next Monday and will be holding their meeting at Frankfurt International School at the northern end of Oberursel.

The meeting starts at 6pm and guests are not only welcome but will also be able to put their questions to the committee at the beginning of the meeting.

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Girl Rising – Film Screening at Frankfurt International School

Cinema Reel - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AnatolyMFrankfurt International School will be showing the film “Girl Rising” in the auditorium  at 7pm on Monday, 14th April, 2014.  Admission is free.

“Girl Rising” is a feature film narrated Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Selena Gomez and others, that tells the stories of nine incredible girls across the globe.

It is also a campaign and a community that believes investing in girls will bring about transformative change for families, communities and nations.  Around the world millions of girls face barriers to education that boys do not, yet by educating a girl it is possible to break the cycle of poverty in just one generation.

The film is suitable for students in Grade 7 and over.  The school recommends that parents and students attend together.  To get to the school, take the U-Bahn line U3 to “Waldlust”.

 

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