Romanian Round Square school visit

Yesterday, 20 students and four teachers from Paradis International School in Romania came to London on a school trip and took some time out of their schedule to visit Latymer Upper School and spend a bit of time in an English school. The Year 7s were taken out of period 5 to go to an assembly where they heard four Latymerians give an overview of life at Latymer, and the music scholars string quartet played pieces by Mozart and Mancini.

Afterwards, the Romanian students performed two traditional dances, that are recognised by UNESCO as world heritage. The students all went off to lunch and were then taken on tours of the School. These cultural exchanges are the very spirit of Round Square.

 

cfl@latymer
Author: cfl@latymer

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