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From South Korea to Romania, via Poland!

여보세요! and salut!

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It truly is a privilege to work with students from such a diverse range of backgrounds here at TBS Warsaw.

As part International Week, students performed at lunchtime yesterday to share and celebrate their different cultures. The Key Stage 3 students were privileged to have 2 acts perform for them during their lunchtime; South Korean students playing their national anthem and arirang (a traditional song), followed by a group of Romanian students performing the hora, a traditional dance.

A huge well done to all involved and thank you to Sonia and Alice in Year 12 for organising their nation's performances. We look forward to expanding and having more acts next year!

Robert Prokic

Mathematic Teacher & Head of Year 12