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    Developing inquisitive minds

  • 2__Nourishing_personal_achievement.jpg

    Nourishing personal achievement

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    Deepening respect and trust

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    Nurturing our community's diversity

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    Encouraging concern for worldwide need

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    Upholding the RSHM's tradition of excellence

  • My Art Goes Bang! Helping Hospitalized Children be Children...

    20 May 2015

    We have been given an opportunity to help a wonderful charity organization here in Paris My Art Goes Bang” whose mission is to offer creative workshops to the children hospitalized at Hôpital Robert Debré. They will hold a charity fun fair on the grounds of Marymount on Sunday, June 7th to help raise money for their projects, i.e. buying materials, training its volunteers, communicating their message to others and above all to have a fantastic, fun day with families. While this is not a Marymount event and our involvement is not required other than to offer them the space to hold their event, it is a wonderful opportunity to educate our children in understanding that we can seek and find ways to help others less fortunate than ourselves and participate in a meaningful way in our outside community.

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  • Defining Internationalism for the Future Generation

    Gailhac Symposium Series
    6 May 2015

    We are pleased to invite you to attend the first edition of the Gailhac Symposium Series: 'Defining Internationalism for the Future Generation' - Wednesday 27th May 2015, 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm, Marymount Auditorium.

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  • Room to Read: Supporting Global Literacy

    LITERATE LEADERS
    1 April 2015

    Marymount is proud to be a Room To Read participating school and many of our students have been taking part in an on-going Read-a-Thon to raise funds for children across the developing world. Room to Read has benefitted 965,000 children in Nepal by working with more than 3,700 communities through the Literacy Program and more than 3,000 girls through their Girls' Education Program. Many project sites are located in the Lamjung and Dhading Districts, which are two areas greatly affected by the Nepal earthquake. In the coming weeks and months, the team in Nepal will assess the damage to determine where educational work is most needed. Towards that effort, they have set up the Nepal Education Fund that will ensure Room to Read can support children and teachers by helping to rebuild the educational system in Nepal. Thank you for your ongoing support of this important initiative.

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