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TBSMUN Warsaw 13th – 16th April 2016

It was my pleasure to take five outstanding IB1 students to Warsaw for four days last week, to attend our sister’s school homegrown Model United Nations, TBSMUN.

  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016
  • TBSMUN Warsaw 2016

Zhayra Garcia Escalona, Alexandra Kuznetsova , Greg Bruynseels, Barbora Smirinova, Dmytro Sosnovsky are experienced MUN delegates, who had organized our own BISMUN for year 9 and 10 students at school. Throughout this conference these students worked hard and behaved with dignity fitting UN representatives, often leading the debates and contributing skillfully to the negotiations.

 I imagine it’s politic not to mention Sasa’s dancing just now .

The trip was memorable for a variety of reasons: The weather was good; downtown Warsaw was welcoming; the students were good company; the work was purposeful and varied. Dyma walked away with the best delegate in his committee award and Zhayra had an honorable mention.

Andrew Pheby
Teacher of English,TOK, IB tutor

 

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