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Mar 21

Primary’s Cross Country Race

Blue skies and chirping birds welcomed our Primary students as they took part in the annual cross country race in the forest near the school yesterday. After several weeks' practice, everyone was ready to give it their best. Every student chose the distance that he or she wanted to run and tried to 'fulfill the contract'. Ranging from one to three and a half kilometres, students completed their races while parents and well-wishers cheered them on. The paths were clearly marked out by the sports department of the Fontainebleau town council who also took count of the total number of...
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Feb 21

Our Creative CM2s

The creativity of our CM2s know no bounds! A stunning array of presentations on modern day heroes, as part of their study of biographies, were done by Ms Jamieson's CM2 class today. Ranging from Stephen Hawking to Marie Curie, Jane Goodall to Alain Turing, students read biographies about their heroes and also prepared speeches, posters or dioramas to present to the whole class. They were not only informative but also artistically accomplished. Ms Jamieson has expressed her delight at the high standard and the students' enthusiasm.  
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Nov 20

Paul Ji appointed as Young Steinway Artist

Our alumnus, Paul Ji, has been appointed Young Steinway Artist by the renowned piano manufacturer. This is an honour only bestowed on exceptional pianists such as Vladimir Horowitz, Arthur Rubinstein, Rachmaninoff, Lang Lang and Hélène Grimaud. Paul has won the Steinway International Piano Competition in Paris seven times between 2010 and 2018. He has recently recorded his first album with Warner Classics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXBMrlbSLeQ and accompanied Sarah Brightman on her latest album "France" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EC-nzhKU5k8. Paul current studies at Eton College near London.      
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Nov 20

First ever virtual AGM

The Association of the parents of the Anglophone Section held its first ever virtual Annual General Meeting tonight. In addition to approving the accounts, members heard presentations by the Director of the Section, Mr Shaun Corrigan and the President of the Association, Mr Bill Watson. Special tribute was paid to four extraordinary members who will be leaving the Section at the end of the academic year. Theresa Westwood, Andrea Smith, Sarah Palmer and Gillie Brown have been particularly dedicated parents in the community for over a decade and they will be sorely missed. Two new members to the Board were...
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