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Time to Study
Text Annet Kulyagina
Photos Liza Azarova

On November 22 it became clear that studying is not a hard and tiresome process but a very joyful and entertaining one. British International School, with its fourteen years of history in Moscow, opened the doors of a new, modern and beautiful building, which was specifi cally designed for the needs of a well-equipped institution. It has special rooms for arts and physical training, and the newest equipment. It offers the latest teaching programs, both Russian and British. The evening was brightened be the childrens performance, in which they showed all their successes in the fi eld of singing and dancing. And of course there is no offi cial event without speeches! The welcoming and inspiring words were pronounced by the General Consultant for Education in Britain Mr. Dennis Kelly. The General Director of the British International School, Ms. Tatiana Anufrieva, thanked all the guests who came, especially the parents, for their trust in their educational process and promised to support the talents and enthusiasm of their pupils.

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