Georgia in the eye of Wardrops

History and present

BGS has an active partnership with Korneli Kekelidze National Center of Manuscripts. Presently our students participate in the weekly jubilee dedicated to Marjory Wardrop 150 anniversary.

On November 12th, at the opening ceremony, year 9 student – Elene Lekveishvili made a speech in English and shared her viewpoint:

„I thought I knew something about Oliver and Marjory Wardrops. Certainly, I knew that Marjory translated „he Night in Panther’s Skin“, as well as a number of other important works, but it turns out their merit to Georgia is so great that it’s even difficult to list everything. Therefore, it is imperative to learn a lot about their deeds…“