After School Clubs :

 

Clubs are held from 4pm to 6pm every school day.

 

Choose from the following ideas:

Clubs are voted by the pupils and parents at the beginning of each year and for each class.

-         Theater : literature, reading, text comprehension. (English/French).

-         Chess: game of concentration and strategy.

-         Art : drawing, painting, modeling and sculpture.

-         Foreign languages other than English : (Spanish, Italian, Chinese ...).

-         Science and Astronomy : technical experience and learning and the          origin of  the universe.

-         Mythology : Greek and Roman with language learning *Latin and Greek.

-         Computer : Technic and programmation. 

-         Journalism : information research and written expression.

 

Or bring your own ideas.

The acquisition of dead languages: enables better understanding of word forming, learning develops analytical skills and synthesis of modern languages. Ancient languages help the development of intellectual skills and methods for problem solving: The children develop real qualities: logic, rigor and an analytical mind. In addition to the linguistic aspect, this option gives access to the Greco-Latin heritage which is the base of our political, historical, moral, literary and artistic skills. Learning these two languages is an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of community life. The children achieve a civic education through the study of the foundational texts of democracy.

Wednesdays Multi-Activities English Club:

The Club is run by English/Americain teachers. Children are in small groups of maximum 10.

Activities: Reading, (They read in 1 week already). Theatre, Movies, Music, Photo, Video, Multimedia, Computer, Arts, Crafts, Physical Expression, Sports, Board Games, Chess and many more.

The club operates during school periods: Wednesday, 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm and is aimed at both beginners and experienced members.

 

It hosts:

- The school pupils who practice the English learned in class.

- Children who are not members of the school but who wish to participate: Francophones receive a solid introduction to the English language and Anglophones maintain their English level.

Some highlights of the Club: Halloween, Christmas, Carnival and children’s birthdays.

 

English Club Holiday:

In total immersion, pupils never hear French. From 9am to 5pm the club is run by English teachers. Children are in small groups of maximum 10.

Activities: Reading, (They read in 1 week already). Theatre, Movies, Music, Videos, Multimedia, Computer, Arts, Crafts, Physical Expression, Sports, Board Games, Chess and many more.