Festive atmosphere at Ngo Si Lien Secondary School’s language festival
Saturday, 2018-02-03 15:47:45
NDO – The second international language festival of Hanoi’s Ngo Si Lien Secondary School, “Ngo Si Lien – Inspiration 2018”, took place on February 3, offering teachers, parents, students and foreign visitors with interesting experiences about a unique space of multi-cultural festivals of countries around the world.
Among the attendants were representatives from the German, Australian and Japanese Embassies in Vietnam, the Vietnam-Japan Centre for Cultural Exchange, and international education centres – Language Link and British Council.
Throughout the programme, the Ngo Si Lien students not only stirred up the atmosphere with extremely exciting dances, but also took the audience to different lands, such as New Zealand, France or Germany, via presentations in the languages that they are studying.
Schoolgirls of class 7A2 perform a vibrant dance on the background of the "Can't stop the feeling" music.
Peter de Fretes from the Language Link centre, a member of the jury of the programme, voiced his impression over the students’ performances at the language festival, stating that a long time of research and preparations allowed them to deliver excellent presentations.
Peter de Fretes from the Language Link centre and Do Hoai Huong, head of the Ngo Si Lien school's foreign language group.
It was great to see how they develop and improve themselves, from the beginning to the end, he said, speaking highly of the Ngo Si Lien students’ foreign language speaking skills, especially English.
Talking about the programme, Vu Tien Thinh, Vice Principal of Ngo Si Lien Secondary School, emphasised that the international language festival aimed to create an interesting playground for foreign language classes to sharpen their language skills and improve their confidence and creativeness.
Vice Principal of Ngo Si Lien Secondary School, Vu Tien Thinh.
Students demonstrated better skills this year, while the activities were also more diverse than in 2017, manifested through the organisation of the “Ring the golden bell” contest and the Vietnamese “Ao dai” (long dress) show, he stated.
Nguyen Hong Quang of class 7A2 confident in his presentation on New Zealand.
Schoolgirls of class 7A12 reproduce the Carnival Festival of France.
The space of Vietnam's traditional Lunar New Year (Tet) is reproduced at the programme.
Ngo Si Lien schoolgirls confident and graceful in the "Ao dai" show.
The language festival attracts the participation of hundreds of Ngo Si Lien students.