Es ist offiziell: Farlingaye High School ist PASCH-Schule!

Farlingaye High School in Woodbridge has become the latest school to join the Goethe Institut’s "Schools: Partners for the Future" (PASCH) initiative. The aim of PASCH is to create and strengthen a global network of some 1500 partner schools with special links to Germany. This is designed to arouse and sustain young people’s interest in and enthusiasm for modern-day Germany and the German language – especially in the priority regions of Asia, the Middle East and Central and Eastern Europe. For more details:

To mark the new partnership, a special event was held at Farlingaye High School on 25th January. The school opened its doors to PASCH co-ordinator Kathrin Marshall-Lauber and representatives from the German Embassy and the Goethe Institute as well as the German rapper Chefket. Read the article in the East Anglian Daily Times to find out more about the event:

Special mention goes to Stefanie Green, MFL teacher at the school, coordinator of the East of England German Network and the driving force behind this latest achievement. We look forward to following this PASCH connection in our region.