December 7, 2010

Catarina – daughter of Eduardo Muniz’93

  

Catarina Muniz was born on the 29th of October 2010, in São Paulo. She brought to daddy Eduardo Muniz’93, mummy Tatiana Loesch and big brother Bernardo more love and happiness!

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Eduardo e Catarina

October 3, 2009

Alice Franco’s (Class of 1996) Wedding

  

Former student Alice Franco (Class of 1996) married André Chateaubriand Martins on June 26th 2009 at Igreja Nossa Senhora do Carmo, downtown, Rio de Janeiro. The party was held at Gavea Golf Club and many friends from The British School, Rio de Janeiro were there: Eduardo Muniz’93, Adriana Nogueira de Andrade’94, Marcelo Sá’96, Rafael Mellin’96, Pedro Seiler’96, Clarissa Oliveira’96, Julia Fritsch’96, Carol Lima’96, Anna Julia Werneck’96, Brunho Cunha’96, Isabel Cantidiano’96, Joanna Ribeiro dos Santos’96 and Patrick Hruby’96. We wish all the best for Alice and André!

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December 19, 2007

Barbara Makant’93

  
The groom waiting for the bride!

The groom waiting for the bride!

William Makant‘92 –Barbara’s brother – and his wife Andrea Dantas‘95.

William Makant‘92 –Barbara’s brother – and his wife Andrea Dantas‘95.

The bride and her proud dad, Mr John Makant.

The bride and her proud dad, Mr John Makant.

The Britz friends: Riccardo (Paula Monteiro’93’s husband) Adriana Nogueira de Andrade’94, Paula’s parents and Paula Monteiro’93 herself, Barbara Makant’93, Sara Pont’93, Eduardo Muniz’93 and his baby boy Bernardo, Tatiana (Eduardo’s wife) and Rafael (Sara’s husband).

The Britz friends: Riccardo (Paula Monteiro’93’s husband) Adriana Nogueira de Andrade’94, Paula’s parents and Paula Monteiro’93 herself,Barbara Makant’93, Sara Pont’93, Eduardo Muniz’93 and his baby boy Bernardo, Tatiana (Eduardo’s wife) and Rafael (Sara’s husband).

Barbara Makant’93 and Luiz Otávio Laydner got married on October 20th 2007 with a great celebration at Locanda della Mimosa in Itaipava-RJ. Many Britz friends were there to celebrate this special event with them.

June 19, 2007

Great matches, great plays, great goals! World Cup? No, Founder’s Day Football!

  

Eduardo Muniz’93, Co-founder and President of TAABS

It was a perfect setting: a sunny – but cool – Saturday morning, a smooth pitch and a football. Parents, teachers, students, exstudents and even aggregates* joined in to play in the First Founder’s Day Football Mini-Tournament. Four, teams one dream: the privilege to be called the best in school! The mini-tournament consisted of two semi-final matches, one thirdplace match and the Grand Finale! In the first match of the day, the Alumni Falcons Team (former Falcon Team) played against a mixed Ex-Student-Teacher-Parent-Aggregates Team and came out with a close victory 2 x 0 thanks to the fantastic saves by Alex, the Ex- Student-Teacher-Parent-Aggregates Team goalkeeper! After the match, this is what one unidentified teacher had to say “We did not lose! We just did not win!!” That just about sums it all up! In the second match of the day, the Current Falcons Team faced a mixed Current Student-Teacher Team. The Current Falcons came out with an exciting victory 3 x 1 to reach the much anticipated Final Match-up against the Alumni Falcons Team. In the battle for the honorable 3rd Place, the mixed Ex-Student- Teacher-Parent-Aggregates Team counted on some new and rested starters to try and stop the dynamic Current Student-Teacher Team. That didn’t seem to intimidate the fast and young students who came out with their first victory of the day, 2 x 1 to earn 3rd Place. The Grand Finale was a true battle! The referee, somewhat distracted in the first two matches, had to keep a close attention at all times! The game was well played, with hard, but clean plays by both teams. After two 20-minute periods, the Alumni Falcons Team came out with a slight edge to beat the Current Falcons Team 2 x 1 in a thrilling finale to win the First Founder’s Day Football Mini-Tournament. In the end, great sportsmanship prevailed and both teams recognized each others strengths! After the matches the general feeling was “Why don’t we do this more often!?” cried Igor Santa-Maria’94. “When is the next school event? We need another football tournament!” concluded Marcelo Sá’96.

TAABS has promised to organize another football tournament in the next school event, as well as promoting more integration between ex-students and the school community. This friendly atmosphere is what The British School has that is so special. We ought to nurture this more often! Thank you to all of you who, current students and alumni, families and friends, were present at the event and have been supporting TBS and TAABS always!

*Aggregates – husbands, boyfriends, cousins and friends of students, teachers and ex-students! Note: Mr. Paul Wiseman, sent his special thanks to the ex-students Bernar Mattos’03, Rafael Vieira’99, Eduardo Muniz’93, Igor Santa-Maria’94, Adriana Nogueira de Andrade’94, Felipe Lara’99, Daniel Maldonado’99, Francisco Dantas’99, Filipe Maldonado’01, Daniel Coccaro, Rodrigo Infantozzi’96, Marco Carnier’97, Marcelo Sá’96, André Carnier’97, Leandro Chichito who helped promoting this year’s Founders Day Fete!

April 19, 2007

CONGRATULATIONS!

  

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Edoardo Oliveira’94, also none as Dodô, and Daniela got married on March 31st 2007. A beautiful ceremony and amazing party celebrated with family and friends took place at Forte Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. Several friends from the good old days at The British School were present: Eduardo Muniz‘93, Tatiana Bacal‘94, Amélia Clark‘94, Carol Bozzi‘94, Adriana Nogueira de Andrade (Dricka)‘94, Júlio Mesquita‘94, André Jakurski‘94, Igor Santa-Maria‘94, Antonio Souza (Bindi)‘94, Rafael Fritsch‘95, Rafael Lacerda‘95, Julia Fritsch‘96.

We wish lots of happiness to the newly wed!