Primary School in Berlin Mitte
Finally, a meeting where the boss must go back to school too.
The school orchestra of forty children usually rehearses in the assembly hall of the musical primary school Berlin Mitte. At your event in this MEET+CHANGE location, childhood memories of past school days are included. In addition, you can create an added social value that will directly benefit the children.
With the beginning of schooling, everything for the approximately 190 girls and 180 boys of the primary school revolves around reading, learning and music. For 35 years now, early musical education has been integrated into the everyday life at school and ensures that the pupils get together through music clubs, class and school orchestras. Apart from instrument insurance, music lessons are completely free of charge. Every child gets the opportunity to make music together with classmates.
With MEET+CHANGE you support the music and reading profile of the primary school and leave behind a real added value that also benefits the socially weaker children. The children benefit from new musical instruments, reading bags for school enrolment or new playground equipment in the schoolyard. A computer room is planned. Equally valuable: The activities and social work of the employees on site are appreciated and recognised by MEET+CHANGE.
The primary school Berlin Mitte offers a total of three bright and friendly event rooms - for up to 22, 100 and 199 people.
Availability: Monday to Friday from 09:00 a.m. to 07.00 p.m. in the assembly hall. Use of the assembly hall also possible after 07:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday by arrangement.
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- max. room dimension up to 270m²
- 3 Event spaces total
- max. room height up to 8.55m
- Exhibition space from 67 to 270m²
- suitable for up to 199 participants
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Equipment in event spaces
- Fixed stage
- Natural light
- Projection technology