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ESF celebrates 50 Years of Excellence
May 29, 2018, 2:34 pm
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The English School Fahaheel’s (ESF) 50th Annual Graduation and Sixth Form Prize-giving was once again held with great fanfare at the Grand Hashemi Ballroom, Radisson Blu Hotel. Graduates and hundreds of guests thoroughly enjoyed an evening that saw prizes handed out by Chief Guests the Ambassador of Great Britain H.E. Michael Davenport and the Ambassador of India H.E. K. Jeeva Sagar to Years 12 & 13 respectively. They were accompanied by the Chairperson of ESF Jasmin Shuhaiber

The evening was also attended by the Dutch Ambassador to Kuwait, the Ambassador of South Africa, prominent Kuwait artist Thuraya Baqsami and parents among other special guests. The evening commenced with the entry of the class of 2018 to a huge round of applause from the parents and guests.

School Marketing and PR Manager Adeeb Shuhaiber welcomed the guests to this special event. This was followed by a speech by Mrs. Shuhaiber, Head of Sixth Form Judith Ashton and Head Principal Russell Dunlop. Upper School Principal Steve Dickens also addressed the Graduates.

Entertainment for the evening came from the now infamous Robert Hao as he performed “You will never walk alone” from Carousel, accompanied by Nicolette Van Zitters.

Following the prize-giving, the British Ambassador Mr. Davenport gave the Graduates a very inspirational speech about his academic experiences and on the student's future pursuits. This was followed by a very moving speech by the Indian Ambassador Mr. Sagar.

This year’s International student award went to Year 12 student Ioana Birlan.

The evening concluded closing words by Deputy Principal Michael Hill, a photo opportunity and a special screening for parents and Graduates.

A special photo booth was set up for students and parents who wished to get a memorable photo of this special occasion.

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