GSIS Accra

Children are playing in the schoolyard of the GSIS Enlarge image Children in the schoolyard (© GSIS) The German Swiss International School is situated in the heart of Accra and comprises of a  bilingual nursery, a bilingual kindergarten and a bilingual all day school with a well balanced timetable. In the German stream we follow the Thuringia curriculum and the English stream is based on the Cambridge curriculum.

From kindergarten through to class 10,  we  emphasize the promotion of the individual development of the children and with our concept on teaching across classes, we create opportunities for learning together and from one another.

Among other things, we specifically work on attaining these goals  through Study Times, Talent Times, Free Play  as well as the  Support and Challenge lessons.

At the  GSIS-Accra, our children acquire knowledge, aptitudes, skills, experiences, abilities, and attitudes aimed at promoting the individual development of their personality.

With our Support Concept which is based on inclusion, the school won a special award  in  January 2015 during  the  ‚DAS – learning and living together‘  competition under the auspices of the vice president of the German Bundestag, Ulla Schmidt.

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Source: GSIS Accra

Bilateral Relations between Ghana and Germany

Ambassador Christoph Retzlaff made a few introductory remarks at the inauguration of a Solar PV System at German Development Cooperation House in Accra.

Ghana and Germany have enjoyed friendly and wide-ranging political relations since Ghana gained independence.

Pasch Initiative

PASCH - Partner School Initiative Enlarge image PASCH - Partner School Initiative (© Federal Foreign Office)

What is PASCH?

PASCH stands for the "Schools: Partners for the Future" initiative. It is a global network of some 1,500 schools that place a high value on German.

In Ghana, the German Swiss International School-Accra, the Accra Academie, the Wesley Girls Senior High School in Accra and the Opoku Ware Senior High School in Kumasi are part of the PASCH network.