“BYE BYE BIRDIE” DRAWS 1000+ AUDIENCE
01 December 2017
The St. John’s production of “Bye Bye Birdie” was a phenomenal success with three performances drawing more than 1000 spectators. St. John’s is known for its high-quality productions and the student talent on display. This year’s show only strengthened that reputation.
A total of 68 actors, ranging in age from 10-65 and a crew of 57 students and parents made for a musical that many in the audience called “professional quality”. Volunteer parents built the beautiful set and created the many costumes used in the show.
Mr. Graham, MHS drama teacher, managed to put this show together over a 10-week period, ensuring each of actors confidently played their roles. The result was a highly impressive and beautiful performance that wowed everyone in the audience.
INSPIRED NEWSLETTER | SECOND EDITION
06 November 2017
Welcome to the second edition of the Inspired newsletter
Our schools have enjoyed many exhilarating experiences these past few months, including international adventures, commendable achievements and outstanding academic results. We are immensely proud of our staff and students for their hard work and dedication as they continuously strive towards setting new benchmarks in educational excellence.
COLEGIO ALTAIR, LIMA, PERU, JOINS INSPIRED
01 November 2017
London, November 1, 2017 – Inspired, a leading operator of premium schools in Europe, Australia, Africa and Latin America, is proud to announce that Colegio Altair in Lima, Peru, has joined its group of schools.
Colegio Altair is a leading school in Lima that has been providing bilingual premium education to local and international students for more than 20 years. Colegio Altair has built its reputation for excellence on a foundation of exceptional academic achievement, along with a strong heritage of sports and arts, making it an ideal fit for Inspired. The school has the accreditation of the International Baccalaureate Organisation for its Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes. It is also a member of the Latin American Conference of Chiefs (LAHC) and the Peruvian Association of Private Colleges (Adecopa).
Mrs. Gina Mantero De Figueroa, Founder of Colegio Altair said ...
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