International Schools’ Speech Competition
For the third consecutive year a student from Mougins School has come first in the International Schools’ Speech Competition held at the International School of Nice on Wednesday 10th December. Five schools competed with two students from each school. The subject of the first speech was ‘How to make the world a better place by the end of the 21st century’. The students’ speeches showed a profound awareness of the challenges facing all of us if we wish to construct a healthier and safer world for their future. After this elimination stage, four students remained, two of whom were from Mougins School. These participants presented a speech on ‘Technology’, once again showing a surprising awareness, not only of the advantages, but also the pitfalls of the technical world in which we live. Our congratulations to both Alexia Netcu and Zara Blakey for reaching the final stage and, particularly to Zara who came first in the Competition.