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...
And you? How do you cope?

And you? How do you cope?

what did you and your children learn? what do you miss most from before confinement? how do you stay focused and motivated? what do you appreciate about this period? what has to change in the world when this is over? Drop us a line! ← previous next...