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Typical School Classrooms from Around the World (18 pics)

Posted in Arts » Photography   27 Oct 2012   / 18844 views

This on-going series of photos entitled “Classroom Portraits”, is by photographer, Julian Germain and was started in 2004. The unique photo tour documents schools from many different countries and gives a fascinating insight into different cultures.


Germany, Düsseldorf, Year 7, English classroom

England, Erith, Year 10, English

Qatar, Grade 10, Religion

Argentina, Buenos Aires, San Fernando, Year 3

Taiwan, Ruei Fang Township, Kindergarten, Art

The Netherlands, Rotterdam, Secondary Group 3, Motor Mechanics

Nigeria, Kano, Ooron Dutse, Senior Islamic Secondary Level 2, Social Studies

Peru, Tiracanchi, Secondary Grade 2, Mathematics

Holland, Drouwenermond, Primary Year 5, 6, 7 & 8, History

Yemen, Sanaa, Secondary Year 2, English

Cuba, Havana, Playa, Year 9

England, Bradford, Year 7, Art

Brazil, Belo Horizonte, Series 6, Mathematics

Saudi Arabia, Dammam, Kindergarden, Activities

Tokyo, Japan, Grade 5, Classical Japanese

USA, St Louis, Grade 4 & 5, Geography

Yemen, Manakha, Primary Year 2, Science Revision

England, Keighley, Year 6, History

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Comments (5):

ALeach 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#16 These kids look a bit old for 4th and 5th graders. 10th grade, sure I'd believe that.
gigantes 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Yea, the numbers seem to be all over the place.

Seems that the most accurate way to tell how old they are is to simply guess. :P
Mr. Ree 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#5 - I see there's a dog in the photo - was this a cooking class?

#9 - almost all blonds

#10 - no blonds

#16 - grades 4 & 5 and you have 16 and 17 years olds in class - that sounds about right
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Fuck off and die!!!!
Peanut 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#12..what? Three English kids? The rest are imports.
SuckaMC 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Never understood the school uniform thing... seems like a depressing way to let you know early on that you are just another cog in the machine... a lot of these pictures feel that way to me... I like the post tho... thanks.