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ISH opens it's doors for de Haagse Brug/The Hague Bridge
Posted 23/04/2015 15:58

On Monday 20 April 2015 The International School of The Hague opened its doors to de Haagse Brug/The Hague Bridge, a part of The Hague municipality which organises events for residents of The Hague and expats and informs them about their international city. Throughout the evening there were performances from our own student-led singing group Nano Voice and ISH orchestra accompanied in two songs by Sean from Year 12. There were interesting speeches from Willem Post, International Advisor, Pjer Wijsman, our Business Manager and Ingrid van Engelshoven, the Alderman for Loosduinen (the part of The Hague where the school is located). Afterwards there was an opportunity for those interested to take a tour round the school

The evening was a great success and lovely way for the local community to able to see what The International School is all about. To see that it's not the big scary school where they all speak English, but that many of our community make up an integral part of the neighbourhood. English and Dutch were expertly combined in much of the speeches which made both the locals and the expats feel at home.

Here are some photos to give you an idea of the evening.

 

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