Lamezia, ceremony for the delivery of diplomas for English language courses at the high school “Galilei”

Lamezia Terme – An afternoon of great satisfaction and emotions: this is how, in an atmosphere of joy, on Thursday, September 22 at 4:30 p.m., the ceremony for the awarding of diplomas to the students of the Liceo Galilei, the last Attended school years, thanks to projects to expand the educational offer, English language courses, and took the Cambridge exams. As many as 125 candidates who passed the English Ket, Pet and Firts exams for levels A2, B1 and B2 respectively.

The students, in the presence of the teacher, Teresa Goffredo, parents and teachers, could see their efforts and merits officially recognized in a ceremony that wanted to reward their efforts in the study of the English language. “Today we are here to celebrate the deserved success of your children, our students and our school”, with these words opened the ceremony Professor Patrizia Donato, one of the representatives of the project “Certifications” together with Professors Luigia Perri and Maria Francesca sideboard. “A special thanks goes to our manager for the trust she places in our “teachers”, for the support and encouragement to do better and better, and for the importance and space she dedicates to to spread the English language in our high school, aware of the added value it gives to everyone’s educational path”, commented the teachers.

“We care about the growth of our students, that’s why the experiences and educational paths that Liceo Galilei offers allow students to excel. The achievement of language certifications is important because they confirm real skills and value and quality to the education of our students,” reiterates the headmaster, giving special thanks to the teachers for their dedication and commitment. To deliver the diplomas was Anthony Caruso, president of the Five Cambridge Academy of English certification body, who warmly congratulated all the students, but also with the teachers for the work done and the brilliant results achieved. “We are the architects of our future. We reap what we sow”. So says Professor Anthony Caruso, who urges students to always follow their goals. Professor Luigia Perri concludes by reporting the examiners’ compliments for “the seriousness, maturity and education with which the students faced the various exam sessions, all of which proves once again that the school has achieved its educational goals. The Galilei Lycée is ready to restart with new courses because, as Charlemagne said, ‘To have a language is to have a second soul'”.

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