A ‘ little family’ from Mary Ward School takes a trip to London

We arrived in the city of London early morning on a Wednesday in March 2017. We quickly celebrated it with a little refreshment. First of all, we went to Buckingham Palace where we watched the Changing of Guards with hundreds of other people. Then we took a little walk in St. James Park which was covered with daffodils. In the afternoon, we visited the National Gallery, where we had the opportunity to see wonderful paintings. It’s worth knowing two things about English museums: the first one, most of them are free; the second one is that they handle groups in a complicated way. So on the first day we renamed our little group ‘a family’. We spent the rest of the afternoon in Soho and in the Chinatown. It was just like in
an Asian country, the streets were full of lamps and different Asian motives.

Carnival in the senior classes

Our upper class students had a fantastic time during their carnival. It was held in

the nicely decorated gym and opened by our Principal Mr. Kálmán Némethy. First

the children took part in a fancy dress contest, where they had to show and say

some words about their colourful and very creative costumes. Then delicious

home-made cakes and cookies were served in the buffet. Many thanks to the


An interview with András Holló

The Catholic Radio is airing an interview with our school’s dance teacher Mr. András Holló

on 26 January at 8 pm.. The programme can be reached at www.katolikusradio.hu. If you missed

the radio programme, you can check it out at



Concert in January

Francois Dieupart-Six Suittes featuring János Bali, Nóra Kallai, István Győri

19.00 pm 28th January 2016 Thursday at Mary Ward Grammar School Tolnay Klári Room

Tickets 1300ft Concessions 800ft