21 December 2011
Over 2000 Cambridge learners performed at the 18th Annual Cultural Day of Bombay Cambridge School, Andheri (East), India on 1 December 2011.
Students of all ages put on a colourful show for their parents and teachers, performing dances and songs from around the world (pictured here). Sketches in English, Hindi and Marathi showcased the students’ flair for drama, and a 20-member orchestra played songs on the violin, guitar, and keyboard.
Bombay Cambridge School offers Cambridge programmes and qualifications for learners aged from 5 to 19.The Principal, Ms Savita Venkat, said the event was in keeping with the school’s philosophy of 100% participation.
She said: "A wide range of dance styles like folk, western, hip-hop and Indian contemporary were effortlessly performed by enthusiastic and talented students. The meticulous planning and smooth execution once again proves that the students and staff of Bombay Cambridge School, Andheri (East) can achieve what they set out to do."
Vinayak Sudhakar, Schools Development Manager for University of Cambridge International Examinations in India, awarded prizes to students at the event.
Over 280 schools in India offer Cambridge programmes and qualifications. Learn more at www.cie.org.uk/india