We are pleased that the picture "Lieblingssachen" has now found its place in public space.
Class 9 created it last year during the project days in joint work with the physically and mentally disabled residents of the Lebenshilfewerk.
But why is art education such a important school subject?
It can help students develop their creativity and critical thinking skills, as well as give them a chance to express themselves in a unique and personal way. Art can also help students develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, and can be a way for them to learn about different cultures and historical periods.
Additionally, art education can promote social and emotional learning, as it allows students to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with one another. It can also build self-esteem and confidence, as students learn to appreciate their own abilities and the work of their peers.
Overall, art education is an important aspect of a well-rounded education and can benefit students in many ways.