The school houses the school museum. "Our focus is on placement work and we mainly target schools," explains museum director Frauke Hellwig. If National Socialism is on the curriculum, for example, the exhibition can be used to illustrate everyday school life at the time, including propaganda.
Separate schools for boys and girls
The collection has continued uninterrupted since 1983. The beginning is marked by the imperial era with the introduction of compulsory education. Even the building gives a clue: divided into two parts with the gymnasium in the middle, boys and girls still attended separate schools back then and learned different things.