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Students of Hanoi – Amsterdam High school for the Gifted attended tea party at the British Ambassador’s Residence

Đưa lên bởi: trangtrang | 18/05/2018 | 675 lượt xem

On the afternoon of May 11, 2018, the school's management board and its teachers, together with the students from the language major classes, attended a tea party at the British Ambassador's Residence to mark the launch of A-levels program at Hanoi – Amsterdam School.

Welcoming the delegation of Hanoi - Amsterdam High School is Mr. Giles Lever – the British Ambassador in Hanoi. Delivering his speech at the party, the Ambassador said: "It is my honor to welcome the teachers and students to the tea party today. To me, education has long held great importance. I have spent a whole term in Vietnam to learn about your country's education. Therefore, I am truly delighted that the school of Hanoi – Amsterdam has decided to include the A-levels into its curriculum. From now on, students can experience the British learning environment right here in Vietnam."

The afternoon tea party on May 11, 2018 at the British Ambassador’s Residence

In response to Mr Giles Lever, Ms Le Thi Oanh, Party Committee Secretary and the School's Principal, expressed her words of thanks to the Ambassador and embassy staff on behalf of the delegation for their warm welcome. She also expressed her pleasure at introducing such an advanced program to the school’s curiculum. The Principal hopes that the program will train new talents for the country.

Teachers and students of Hanoi – Amsterdam High School with the embassy officials

At the afternoon tea party, the students and teachers had the opportunity to enjoy typical British cakes and tea. In addition, the students were eager to discuss various cultural, social or educational issues with the Ambassador and other foreign guests. The vast knowledge of the Hanoi – Amsterdam students and their linguistic skills had surprised and earned praise from the officials.


Reporter: Nguyen Do Khanh Vi – Literature 1720

Translator: Ngo Ngoc Phuong Uyen – English 1 1720

Photos: provided by the Embassy