Author:Linda Harold

What I did on my holidays by Leslie Albiston

Featured image : Exmoor from Dunkery Beacon Have you ever read “Lorna Doone”? No I didn’t think you had, which is probably why I asked the question. I have of course read “Lorna Doone” and I’m feeling pretty smug about it. It’s one of those books...

4
0

Beauville Art

Blog post by Carrie Jack Beauville Arts was a huge success this year resulting in a very impressive and entertaining mini production of 'Hairspray' on Friday 26th June. The sixiemes, cinquiemes and quatriemes involved were committed to all of the rehearsals and, in a very short...

0
0

Two inspirational talks

Blog post by Les Albiston Each June I attend the UCAS (University and College Admission Service) conference and workshops for overseas advisers who prepare students for application to UK universities. It’s always a great occasion to meet colleagues from around the world and representatives of UCAS...

0
0

From Glenn Miller to Arthur Miller

Blog post by Leslie Albiston I’ve always thought that the apple tree, which is such a potent symbol in Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” draws its power from its association with the Garden of Eden, original sin and the loss of innocence. This is underpinned by...

0
0

Colomiers Chronicle – March 2015

The March 2015 edition of the Colomiers Chronicle is now out. We hope you enjoy the reading. Click through on the picture or the title to access the link to the pdf file. Please click here to access the pdf file....

0
0

Alumni Greet & Meet During Terminale Trip

Blog post by Les Albiston A rose between two thorns? (only kidding chaps) Former OIB students Toby Petit (UCL- architecture,) and Hugo Volrath (Goldsmith's- graphic design) join Camille Zanni (Kings college- International business) to meet current OIB students during their recent trip to London and to...

0
0