Barthel Building

The Barthel building was named after Luxembourg’s first Olympic gold medallist Josy Barthel. The building has been in use since the beginning of the 2011/2012 academic year and houses the school canteen, classrooms and staff offices, ICT suites, and science labs.

Dining

One of the most bustling places on the St George's campus, the canteen offers warm meals that have been prepared on-site. Parents and students are invited for breakfast and coffee before school and can gather in the canteen after the day is finished to work on homework together.

Experimenting

Three bright, roomy science labs are equipped with an extensive range of specialised practical equipment for experimentation in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. A dedicated preparation area and on-staff lab technician offer teachers and students support with their practical work and with safety-related issues.

Teaching

14 classrooms, all equipped with interactive whiteboards, offer purpose-built spaces for small and large group learning in the Secondary school.

 

 

 

 

 

Concentrating

Two computer suites, with a total of 42 computers, are located in the Barthel building and are used for both ICT and Mathematics courses. Web Premium CS5, Office 2013, Flash and Dreamweaver are installed on all Secondary computers to accommodate the needs of the curriculum.

 

Engaging

Barthel Hall is a large, multi-purpose classroom that is used for Drama, Music, Physical Education, and other instruction. In addition, it offers space for external exams, parent and staff meetings, music and drama performances, and the art exhibition.

                 

   

 

St George’s International School, Luxembourg ASBL | 11, rue des Peupliers | L-2328 Luxembourg | Phone: +352 42 32 24
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