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In this picture you can see the computer classes. Students of the Years 7, 8 and 9 attend this course.
We create our homepage in English. We started creating the website in September 2009. After a few weeks we realized that it isn’t easy. We will see how we will manage this.
In this picture you can see all of us.
Sophie, Laura, Jenny, Katja, Maria,
Mrs Hög, Danny, Sabrina, Julia, Jessica, Felix, Tobias,
Rico, Alexander, Bobby, Matthias, Gordon, Dominik.


In the picture you can see us - Bobby and Dominik.
I am Bobby. I am in Year 9. I like to play football. I am good at writing texts on computer. I want to learn to insert pictures into texts on computer. I have joined computer classes because my friends are there and they are fun.
My name is Dominik. I am a student of Year 8. I like to go swimming. I am quite good at writing a text on PC. I am in this course because it's fun and you can learn a lot.


I’m Sophie and I’m in Year 9. I like to listen to music and meet my friends. I’m good at typing texts and I want to learn to insert pictures into texts on PC. That`s why I joined the computer class.
I´m Laura and I´m in Year 9, too. I like to play football. I´m good at typing texts on PC. I want to push up my English. That´s why I have joined this computer class..
My name is Jenny and I’m also a student of Year 9. I like to dance and meet my friends. I’m quite good at sports. I want to learn to write better English.


My name is Julia. I´m in Year 9. I´m a member of my home village’s fire brigade. It is interesting to learn how to extinguish a fire. I like to meet my friends after school. I´m in the course "Creating a School´s Website" because I want to learn more about how a website works.
My name is Alexander. I’m in Year 9, too. I like to meet my friends. I’m a member of the dragon boat team. Rowing a dragon boat is great fun. I’m in the course "Creating a School’s Website" because I am quite good at putting a text on a website.


 Walter Husemann School
The Walter Husemann School is a public secondary school. Our school is named after Walter Husemann. He was a fighter against fascism. 214 pupils between the age of 10 and 16 years learn at our school. They live in Goldberg and in the 27 villages around Goldberg. Most of them come to school by bus or by bike. 23 teachers, a secretary and a caretaker work at Walter Husemann School. Pupils can leave school at the end of school year 9 or 10. The pupils of Year 10 finish school with an examination. This is similar to the GCSE.


Walter Husemann
Walter Husemann was born on 2 December 1909 in Ellerbeck. He was a fighter against fascism. He founded a resistence group that belonged to the Red Ochestra. In 1936 he and many of his comrades were sentenced to death by the Volksgerichtshof.


In this picture you can see the entry hall of the school building. The pupils do their homework, read books and meet there to have a chat.


The art teachers are Mrs Tack and Mrs Lichtenberg. In general, the pupils of our school have one art lesson every week.


In this picture you can see the room where the pupils learn biology.


In this picture you can see the science room. The pupils do experiments in this room. Sandra is doing an experiment and then she is writing a lab report.


In this photograph you can see the room where the pupils learn how a engine of a motorbike works.


  In this picture you can see the room where the pupils of Year 6 learn to play the keyboard and guitar. They meet on Mondays.


The Typing Class is once a week on Thursday between 1:45 pm and 2:30 pm. The twelve participants of  Years 5 are between the age of ten and eleven. The instructor is Mrs Zillmer. The pupils learn to touch type and to write in Sutherlin in this course. Sutherlin is the old German handwriting.


In this picture you can see the room where pupils of Year 5 and Year 6 do their homework and play games during a long break.


  In this picture you can see the room where the school band practises.


At our school there are a girls' and boys' football team. The players are between 11 and 13. Their coach is Mr Werner.


Low German Classes
Every Thursday pupils of Year 5 meet after school to learn Low German. They speak Low German, read books and fairy tales in Low German. Furthermore, the pupils of Year 5 write short texts in Low German and cook traditional meals which the people in the north of Germany like best.

Ganztag - Classes

English For Party-Fans

The students of form 7 prepared snacks in their "Ganztag - classes". Here you can see their results.




  • 200g dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids)
  • 150g unsalted butter
  • 250g sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 85g flour
  • 2 teaspoon cocoa powder
  • ¼ teaspoon fine salt


  • Preheat the oven to 180 C.
  • Use a large sharp knife and chop the dark chocolate into small pieces. The smaller pieces will melt quickly.
  • Bring a saucepan with boiling water to a simmer.
  • Place the chopped chocolate and some butter in a bowl and set it on top of a pan of simmering water.
  • The chocolate and butter will start to melt. Stir occasionally. Remove the bowl.
  • Use a little butter to grease the inside of a baking tin.
  • Whisk the sugar into the melted chocolate. Add the eggs and whisk together well.
  • Give the flour, cocoa powder and salt into another bowl and whisk them.
  • Add the flour mix into the chocolate mixture.
  • Gently pour the batter into the baking tin. Bake the brownies for about 25 minutes.
  • Let the brownies cool in their baking tin. Then cut them into squares.

  Justin in action

  The text was written by Justin on 15th January 2013.

  Party Sandwiches


  • brown or white bread
  • butter or mayonnaise
  • salt and pepper
  • lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber
  • ham, salami, cheese, mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, chicken


  • Put butter or mayonnaise face up on three slices of bread.
  • Put ingredients on one piece of bread. Then lay a second slice of bread on top. Add more ingredients, that you like and the third piece of bread.
  • Cut your bread to form a layered sandwich.
  • You may secure the sandwich with a frilled toothpick.

  “Party sandwiches” =   “Gute – Laune – Sandwiches”

   They are easy to make and easy to take as a doorstopper.

   The text was written by Kimberly on 26th February 2013.






  • 100g sugar
  • 100g butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 100g flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • a little bit of salt


  • Give butter and sugar in a bowl and stir it creamy with an electric mixer.
  • Add eggs to and stir it again until it is smoothly.
  • Now add flour, baking powder and salt in the bowl and stir it again.
  • Give the dough in the muffin pan and put the dough into the oven and bake it at 190°Cel for 15-20 minutes.
  • Cool down the muffins and cover them with powder sugar or chocolate glaze.
  • Or for topping: Give powder sugar and water in a little bowl and stir it.
  • Then cover your muffins.


 The text was written by Vivian and Anne-Kristin on 12th March 2013.


  "Bat" Biscuits

  You need:

  • a big bowl and a little bowl
  • a sieve and a whisk
  • a cook-spoon and a freeze bag
  • a rolling pan
  • a bat-form, a  backing tin and backing paper
  • a board and a leaking tray


  • ½ cup of sugar
  • 100g of soft butter
  • 1 egg mixed
  • ½  packet of vanilla sugar
  • 225g flour and a little bit flour to spray for the glaze
  • 200g powder of sugar and food cover (black and orange)


  • Preheat the oven to 190 °C.
  • Put sugar and butter in a big bowl and stir it creamy.
  • Give egg and vanilla sugar to the butter and sugar and stir it to a smooth muss. Then give  the flour into the bowl, stir it well till you have a soft cake dough.
  • Cover the working place and roll with a little bit flour. Roll out the dough, 1cm thick.
  • Cover the backing tray with backing paper. Form the “bats” and put them on the backing paper.
  • Put the backing tray into the middle of the oven and let it in there for 10 minutes. Take the tray out after 10 minutes. Cool it down.

  The text was written by Nils on 12th March 2013.




  Baked beans on toast with a fried egg

  You will need:

  • a can of Baked Beans (200 g) for 2 persons
  • 4 slices of white bread
  • salt and pepper
  • ketchup
  • tomato puree
  • 4 eggs
  • butter
  • 1 saucepan or pan
  • 1 tablespoon
  • 1 knife


  • Pour a can of baked beans into a saucepan or pan.
  • Gently heat the beans over a low heat for about 5 minutes, add ketchup and a bit of tomato puree.
  • Stir the beans occasionally. Don’t let them come to the boil.
  • While the beans are heating toast your slices of white bread in a toaster or in the oven.
  • Fry the four eggs in a pan with butter.
  • Pour the heated beans over the slices of toast and cover them with the fried eggs.

  The “Baked beans on toast” is a quick and easy snack to make.

  The text was written by Lena and Jessica on 23rd April 2013.



The Handicraft Class
The members of the Handicraft Class meet on Wednesdays. The pupils of Years 8, 9 and 10 learn in this course how craftsmen worked in the Middle Ages.The instructors are Mr Guse and Mrs Zimprich.


The Science Class
In the picture can you see  the Science Class pupils. They are doing experiments and writing a lab report. They are using Bunsen burners and they are trying to find out why cosmetics, clothes and food can be unhealthy. The 18 participants are between the age of 15 and 18. The course is on Tuesday for two hours. Mrs Tack is the Science Class instructor.


 First Aid
Every Monday and Thursday pupils of class 5, 6 and 7 meet after school to learn first aid. They get the first aid training to help people who have had an accident. The training, which includes basic first aid techniques, is run by the Red Cross. If a person is involved in an accident the participants can help these people and maybe they save there lives. In this picture you see that the teachers are trained in first aid, too.
Healthy Breakfast
The pupils of Year 6a learned how to prepare a healthy breakfast on 15 October 2009. Mrs Mirus showed the pupils how to prepare a fruit salad, banana pepper salad and several dipping sauces. Furthermore, the pupils baked little rolls. That was a delicious breakfast!


The first snow in autumn
On 4 November 2009 the pupils had much fun, because we had the first snow in Goldberg. The pupils played in the snow and threw snowballs at each other. The teachers cars are covered by snow.
What are you doing, Mrs Beyer? Are you looking for your car?


„Schooljam 2010“
In our school band “Two Five” are two boys and five girls. Their names are Hannes, Maik, Lisa, Jule, Laura, Lina and Lisa. The band leader is Mr Zachow. The band  took part in at the event “Schooljam 2010” in Rostock on 21 January. It was their first gig. They sang the songs “Wenn Leute denken…” and “Es war toll…” written by Lina and Jule.


Boys and girls of our school learned to upholster at Haack´s workshop on 5 January 2010
24 students of the Handicraft Class went to the interior decorator Mr Ralf Haack. He showed the pupils how to upholster a chair. Then the pupils learned to upholster the old chairs of our school. The kids have sewed, made models and pillows during the Handicraft Class so far.


A Trip to London
We, the students of Year 9, were in London between 28 February 2010 and 5 March 2010. We went to London by coach. The journey took 18 hours. We had a great time in London. We went by underground. Going by Tube was very interesting. By the way, many of us had never gone by Underground by then.
Furthermore, we visited Madame Tussaud`s. We liked the wax figure of Clint Eastwood best.
The most interesting bridge of London is Tower Bridge. It was built in 1886.




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