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Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp’s visit

Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp’s visit

A literary translator Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp has visited our school on the 16 February 2019. Our Director Jelena Carter has written an article about this event (the article was published by Pulse UK and can be found here). Ruth is a translator into English from Russian, German and Arabic. Her […]

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A guest from Slovakia: Jozef Baca

A guest from Slovakia: Jozef Baca

On February 9, representatives of the administration, teachers and trustees of the school welcomed a wonderful guest and a friend of our school – Jozef Baca. Jozef is the founder and director of the Russian school in Bratislava. This small school works 5 days a week and children work there […]

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2018-2019 Christmas and New Year celebrations at the school

2018-2019 Christmas and New Year celebrations at the school

On 15 December 2018 there were Christmas and New Year celebration activities for our pupils, their parents and teachers at our school. Various classes took part in the Christmas concert. Drama class (teacher Tatiana Lavrentieva) and their favorite heroes from famous fairy tales (Thumbelina, Pinocchio and others) greeted the audience. […]

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Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum – Cultural Diversity Day (18 November 2018)

Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum – Cultural Diversity Day (18 November 2018)

On the 18th of November our school took part in the Cultural Diversity Day organised by the Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum. This is a traditional annual event that represents various ethnic communities of Cambridge and Cambridgeshire. Participants attended a big concert with colourful presentations by the Indian, Chinese, African, Arab and […]

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Anastasia Strokina (17 November 2018)

Anastasia Strokina (17 November 2018)

On the 17th November 2018 at 14:15-15:00 we invite you to take part in a meeting of the Russian writer Anastasia Strokina with young readers. Anastasia Strokina is the author of books for children and teenagers – “The Whale Goes North”, “Owl’s Wolf” and others. Free entry. All welcome.