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Mar 24

FIMUN 2024

More than 300 students from five different schools and students from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Fontainebleau congregated on Saturday 2nd March for the Fontainebleau Model United Nations conference. It was a useful introduction to the work of the Model United Nations for many and it was a chance to debate contemporary global issues, as well as meet with other students and work collaboratively to formulate resolutions that seek to address some of the challenges facing us all today. The six committees dealt with issues such as the global threat of cyberterrorism, the Mexican drug wars, the South China Sea,...
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Jan 24

Amazing Arty Show

Thanks to the electrifying Rayanne Dupuis, an amazing Arty Show took place this weekend. Voices, instruments, magic and even martial arts came together on stage to wow an audience of 250 people. Congratulations to everyone who participated and the the visual artists who decorated the hall.
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Jan 24

MUN Utrecht

Our 30 delegates enjoyed the MUN conference in Utrecht despite very difficult travel conditions.  Two students, Marco and Annabelle, won awards as best delegates! Congratulations! An insiders' view by Ceres: The première MUNers left for Utrecht, in the Netherlands, on the 19th of January for a weekend of much anticipated debating. They left early on Friday morning, however, what they thought would be a tranquil trip quickly turned to chaos … The train from Gare du Nord to Rotterdam was canceled! After a long wait and a couple of Irish dances to stay warm, the students ended up seated on...
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Nov 23

Groosham Grange

Prepare to be wowed, awed or simply entertained. Prepare to writhe and wriggle or wiggle and sing. Prepare for a play to take you far away to.... Groosham Grange! on 5 & 6 December at 8 pm at the Théâtre de Fontainebleau Tickets at the door
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Nov 23

MUN Milan

Between November 8th and November 11th 24 Terminale students visited Milan in order to attend a Model United Nations conference. They represented Sweden, South Africa and Russia and debated many different issues including the Mexican drug war, the protests in Iran, artificial intelligence, the conflict in the South China Sea and the weaponisation of pathogens. There were students from the UK, Germany, Czechia, Italy, Turkey, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, the UAE, and Taiwan at the conference and our students debated very well, managed to negotiate and work towards a consensus. Three students from the Anglophone Section won a special mention at...
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