Coping with Confinement #8

Coping with Confinement #8

What did you learn? I learnt new songs on the guitar, my family and I learnt about “French New Wave” cinema and made a short film. We also virtually visited the museum of art in Amsterdam, and looked at some of Van Gogh’s works. We then watched a...
Coping with Confinement #7

Coping with Confinement #7

Our international ice-skating champion has exchanged one pair of skates for another while the local rink is closed. Whether on ice or asphalt, she knows her whirls and her twirls! Yana (6e) ← previous next...
Coping with Confinement #6

Coping with Confinement #6

Initially, confinement was stressful because we were lived in a tiny furnished apartment in Fontainebleau. As of April 15, we moved out to a house in a nearby village. Since, it has been wonderful. Having a yard to walk out too, getting the yard in shape working...
Coping with Confinement #5

Coping with Confinement #5

The workload for my kids is heavy, so I need to accompany them a lot. The upside is getting a much better understanding of what they are actually doing in class. Some of it is really interesting and makes for rich mealtime discussions. I also now have an even greater...
Coping with confinement #4

Coping with confinement #4

By chance I happened to see my daughter’s History class and loved it! I wanted to be in it! I was very impressed with how it was conducted. She enjoys all her Zoom classes. Mother of Lucy (3e) ← previous next...