British School Manila Featured Ebenezer Junior

British School presented the Key Stage 2 extravaganza Ebenezer Junior, an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol. It's a story unveiling the spirit of Christmas in all of us. What's interesting about the story is the combining of both traditional elements and contemporary.

British School Manila Featured Ebenezer Junior


Guests and parents were all excited upon entering the hall and saw the scenery and set up for the first time, it seemed that they have walked into a West End production by mistake. It was really breath-taking. Carols rang out, the lights were dimmed, the fire glowed in the hearth, snowflakes sparkled and the stage and backdrop looked truly spectacular.

That was all prior to the show. The show itself matched the heights of the set. The singing was joyous and powerful, and quite rousing. The dances were a real joy and a wonderful way to round up and the children clearly loved performing them. Actors and actresses brought characters to life with clarity and purpose and all the children looked the part in their period costumes. Confident public performance is an important part of developing children’s life skills at BSM, and they worked hard rehearsing to reach this standard.

British School Manila Featured Ebenezer Junior

Ebenezer Junior was such a festive and wonderful production. They said it's one of those special BSM community events that made Christmas merrier. The cast sang ‘Charity’ as part of the show and Christmas is about giving.

The British School Manila (BSM) is a highly regarded co-educational British international school established in 1976. The School is proud to uphold the high standard of the British education system. It is also accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and also a member of The Federation of British International Schools in Southeast Asia and East Asia (FOBISSEA) and The Independent Association of Prep School (IAPS).

British School Manila Featured Ebenezer Junior

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