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May 24

Commemoration Ceremony

The 8th of May marks an important date in the French national calendar of holidays. Not only do French commemorate the end of the Second World War, but they also honor the sacrifices of those who fought for freedom and peace. In Fontainebleau the official ceremony was accompanied by musicians of the conservatory, young firefighters and  students of the Lycée François 1er of whom Mabel AR, Anglophone Section student. She read a poem by Sara Teasdale.     Spring in War-Time BY SARA TEASDALE I feel the spring far off, far off,     The faint, far scent of bud and...
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Apr 24

Meeting the US Ambassador to France in Fontainebleau

Three of our students were privileged to meet the United States Ambassador to France, Ms Denise Bauer, during her visit to Fontainebleau on Thursday 18th April. To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Liberation of France, Ms Bauer is following the Voie de la Liberté and its well-known landmarks. During her visit to Fontainebleau a few moments of silence were observed in front of the landmark in front of the mairie and she met students from Fontainebleau to talk about the liberation, the duty of remembrance and French-American links. An unforgettable moment for Vanessa K, Imogen WM and Mabel AR.
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Apr 24

SAIMUN Dublin

Twenty seconde students are back from an MUN conference in Dublin, the St Andrew’s International Model United Nations conference. It took place from 24 - 28th March. It has been held annually held since 1988. Approximately 700 students representing 45 schools from 20 different countries on both sides of the Atlantic attend every year. Our students engaged in debate with students from around the world, as well as worked constructively together to forge consensus. The students enjoyed themselves and made many new friends.
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Apr 24

Our students second in French Cross Country Championship

"I had the chance to participate in the French cross country championship with 11 other qualified athletes from our collège (including 6 Anglophone Section students): we were 6 benjamins (Elias D; Lenny L ; Louis D ; Loise K ; Anais C and Lise I) and 6 minimes (Oskar H ; Tom H; Marin R; Juliette R ; Manon M and Blanca R) from the international college. This competition took place in Brittany in a huge area. We slept in small huts and in the evening we had a parade to represent our collège. The race took place the next...
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Apr 24

London Theatre Trip

Incredible performances of Romeo and Juliet, Les Misérables and Just for one day enthused our group of 48 quatrièmes who took part in this year's London trip. Despite the weather, they visited prominent landmarks, took part in a backstage tour and tried local cuisine. An unforgettable experience and memories made for a lifetime.
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