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23.05.2013 From our online archive
Students from St George's International School were able to give friends and family a sneak peek at their art work before the examiners on Thursday.

Students from St George's International School were able to give friends and family a sneak peek at their art work before the examiners on Thursday.

The private viewing at the Hamm-based school saw the work of 10 students drawn from GCSE classes up to those studying in their final year of A-levels.

On Friday an examiner from the UK will assess the work, which will form part of the students' grades.

It is the second year that the school has hosted a private viewing like this. Previously, teachers would send the artwork to the UK to be assessed.

“I think putting up exhibitions is important for the students. It's part of the deal, they can show their parents their work. Otherwise the only other people to see their work is them and me,” Secondary School Deputy Head Caroline Thomas told wort.lu/en.

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