Mougins School

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Graduates 2014

At the start of a new school year, we wish our thirty seven graduates from 2014 success in all they undertake, whether going straight on to further eduation in some of the world's prestigious universities, or taking a gap year in order to participate in personal challenges or charitable endeavours, or entering the business world directly.

We also welcome all our new students who join us on Friday 5th August at 14h30 in order to meet their teachers, acquire the necessary school material and familiarise themselves with their classrooms. This helps with the easy integration of our students when School commences on Monday 8th August.

Mougins School continues to give its support to life changing charities, in particular 'educatingcambodia'. Fund raising will commence on 25th September with a professional performance of 'The Picture of Dorian Grey' which will be open to the public and performed in the Performing Arts Hall, inaugurating the transformations carried out in this venue. The event is part of our ongoing celebration of 50 years dispensing international education to over forty nationalities. (Further information will be available in September). John Mann, the founder of 'educatingcambodia' will be visiting the School to talk to students about the inspiring work he and many others have undertaken in order to bring education to children who had little future and will now be able to enter the workplace.

Special Charity Performance

Mougins School organises a Special Charity Performance for Educating Cambodia

On Thursday 25th September at 19h30 Wonderland Productions in association with Bewley’s Café Theatre present ‘The Picture of Dorian Grey’ by Oscar Wilde. This theatrical adaptation of Wilde’s classic novel has played to great acclaim throughout Ireland, had two very successful performances in La Timonerie last November and now returns to the Riviera for a special one-off charity show at Mougins School.

‘An exquisite adaptation’ – The Sunday Times

Mougins School has supported many local, national and international charities and, last year and this year, it is giving its support to Educating Cambodia. As part of our celebration of fifty years educating international students and an inauguration of the refurbishment of the Performing Arts Hall, Mougins School wishes to devote this evening to the raising of funds for With three buildings in which 1,080 children are now receiving an education, a clinic where medical assistance is now available and a Guest House being built, there is an ongoing need for funds and all the money raised by ticket sales will go directly to this cause. The actors and technicians supporting this event are doing so benevolently.

‘Flawlessly executed, commanding performances’ – The Dubliner

Please take this opportunity to support a wonderful cause, bringing education to those who are less privileged than ourselves and, at the same time, enjoy all the ingredients for a perfect evening of exquisite theatre.

Tickets 15€
Apply to:
Telephone: 04 93 61 01 71 or 06 63 63 19 01
If collecting tickets at School before the performance, please allow time to do so