Graduates of the Russian school Znaniye who successfully passed British exams GCSE and A-Level received their certificates during an awarding ceremony, which was held in London for the 16th time.
The ceremony was attended by children, parents, teachers, heads of UK-based educational institutions, and officials.
🇬🇧 Fantastic day at “Znaniye" Russian School graduation ceremony @RussianEmbassy UK🎓— Russia in the UK🇷🇺🇬🇧 (@RSGovUK) November 13, 2019
School makes an outstanding contribution to the promotion of the #Russian language in the UK🇷🇺🇬🇧 @rsgov is proud to support brilliant initiatives of @ZnaniyeUK.https://t.co/tpdmSZe9fn pic.twitter.com/Qm2ukGH80T
Russian school Znaniye prepared 147 students for the Russian language exam this year. 56 students passed the exam at the Znaniye’s examination centre and received a certificate confirming their knowledge. This serious and important document will help graduates enter educational institutions for further education.
The certificates were awarded by the representative of Rossotrudnichestvo in the UK Anton Chesnokov, the founder and director of the eponymous college David Game, the executive director of the National Center for Educational Support Pascal Wassi, and the founder and executive chairman of the Youth Charter Jeff Thompson.
The best teachers of the school were awarded with diplomas and gifts.
The event was supported by the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the UK and the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo.