Two weeks after the outing, parent volunteers were buzy helping the teachers and students to cut, paste and hang the works done by the students in time for the exhibition. For three days some mothers came to help, sometimes in the morning and sometimes in the afternoon.
Finally on the 10th of May 2012, the exhibition was officially opened. Let's view photos taken during the event
|Giving last minute instructions|
|A brief speech before ribbon cutting ceremony|
|Ribbon cutting ceremony (minus the ribbon)|
|Listening to proposed development for The Forgotten Triangle by Ilham's team|
Parents and the special visitors were very encouraging, listening to the students attentively. . .
|Drawings of Leidschenveen by the students|
|Ilham's drawing titled Leidschenveen Building Development|
|Parent volunteer - before the exhibition|
I think this local study is very good, it gives exposure on town planning on the needs and wants of the community almost similar to the ones that Ilham learned when he was at International School of Amsterdam.