The students in the 2nd course of CSE have celebrated Diwali, or festival of lights, making these wonderful rangolies. Diwali is a Hindu festival celebrated from 12th to 16th November. Hindus celebrate the triumph of good over evil - of light over darkness - to mark the return of Ram, the lord of virtue, to his kingdom after 14 years of exile. These rangolies will attract for sure good to our school.




World War One ended at 11 am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. 102 years later, we celebrate this historical event with our students to make them aware of the importance of peace. We have prepared some poppies, some doves and we have also read some poems on the radio.



Every year on the 5th of November, Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night is celebrated in the UK. British celebrate this date to remember that they could stop Guy Fawkes from blowing up the Houses of Parliament. They light bonfires and make effigies to be burnt on this day.

Don't miss the acting based on this event played on the radio.





Today we are celebrating the World Book Day and because of it we are glad to present a mini play based on one of the most famous plays in history: Romeo and Juliet. This way, we would like to pay tribute to the most famous British writer ever on the day of his death: William Shakespeare.

Romeo and Juliet



One of our most popular love stories is Romeo and Juliet, the tale of two young lovers, star-crossed. All young people know the feelings that they knew. The play ends in tragedy, with both Romeo and Juliet dead after a foolish misundertanding over a plan to pretend to be dead in order to escape their parents.

Early in the play, when they first fall in love, Juliet, high above on a balcony, is thinking about Romeo, who regards her from the ground, unseen.


Juliet: O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?

Deny thy father and refuse thy name.

Or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love,

And I'll no longer be a Capulet.

Romeo: Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?


VOCABULARY (Elizabethan English) 

Wherefore?: Why?

Thou: You

Thy: Your





Due to the Health Week celebration at school, the bilingual section has carried out an activity with which the students have learnt all the vocabulary related to items found in a First Aid Kit.