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Dutch Crime Solved!

28 September 2017

To complete our first block of the year themed ‘In the name of the law’, Key Stage 3 and 4 Dutch students performed a law suit last night in Stage One.

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Judges, councillors and prosecutors tried to solve a mysterious murder case. The audience witnessed how several witnesses were interrogated by cunning councillors, who proved several stories to be false by presenting strong evidence against them. Eventually it turned out that not the accused young Victoria Dinh, but Mr. Van Der Mynsbrugge was the culprit. He received a deserved punishment of 20 years in prison, all because of a murder driven by emotional forces on his colleague Mr Mager. 

The ‘case of the year’ was preceded by our Dutch Year 12 and 13 IB DP students, who carried out their further oral activities. Their aim was to start and lead one discussion and one debate with the audience. Their activities were very accurate and well organised, the students should be proud of themselves.

For all students it has been a very intense event which they all seemed to enjoy highly. I would like to commend all Year 7 to 13 students on their ambitious performances.

Job Mager, Dutch Teacher