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Julia Watson: Our UK university adviser

By Leslie Albiston Many of you will have heard of Julia Watson of the Futurewise organization. Julia has been visiting the Lycée at least twice per year for almost a decade in order to help and advise students and parents considering applying to UK universities. Hundreds...

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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...

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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...

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Open House Day – Journée Portes Ouvertes

English: The Lycée International Victor Hugo is having an open house day this Saturday, the 7th of March for Lycée students. Mr. Les Albiston, English 31's Head of Section, will be presenting the OIB Section including how it functions, expectations for students, and school life. The...

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Terminale trip to London – Live update

Blog post by Les Albiston Inspired by their Globe theatre workshop on "King Lear" this year's group on the annual Terminale trip to London have put on an impromptu performance of the play to a fascinated (and bemused) audience in the Tate Modern. This installation has...

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You can blog too!

Welcome to our new website! The Committee, Linda Harold (an E31 alumna), and Mark & Clementine Ward have been hard at work preparing this new website for the benefit of our student and parent members. This is your showcase to get a peek inside the...

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