On January 22, 1963, Germany and France signed the French-German Treaty of Friendship.
Since January 22nd, 2022 fell on a Saturday, the French learners in grades 7 to 10 and the French teachers of the PGH organized this year's campaign in the week of January 24th - 28th, 2022
A bilingual German-French exhibition was set up in a joint effort for the school family in the hall on the 1st floor of the new building. Topics were traveling in France with information and photos on different regions and cities of France as well as the common currency of the European Union, the euro. With regard to the euro, it was all about the architectural motifs on the banknotes. These represent the epochs of European culture from antiquity to the present day, from which Europe's transnational uniqueness is fed. The aim of the exhibition was to make this bridge of culture clear using the example of France and Germany. For this purpose, the motifs of the euro notes were compared with important buildings in both countries. Similar things and different things emerged. A glimpse into the history of both European countries became possible. Drawn impressions of the Romanesque and Gothic periods from art classes in the 7th grade enriched the perspective.
At the opening of the exhibition on January 24th, 2022, French chansons on the subject were played in the short breaks.
The café also opened on this day for the first time, drawing attention to the Franco-German friendship in gastronomic terms with croissants and "jambon-beurres".