A few days ago, some of our bravest knights in 6e took part in a great adventure: an escape game which took them on a quest to find the Holy Grail. They had to show how well they knew King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. They were tested on what they had learnt about chivalry. They had to solve riddles, conjugate verbs in the past, spell words correctly, etc, in order to get the four-digit combination that would enable them to unlock the chest that contained the Holy Grail. They took up the challenge and their quest was a successful and fun one !
To finish the year, the 5è LCE group has been practising the language throughout a new project: “3 cultural facts about Australia”.
They presented their project to their classmates who reacted back through questions or asking for more information.
In May and June, the pupils from CE2B travelled around the world.
They visited English speaking countries and learned about different cultures.
First, they travelled to the capital city of England, London.
They learned about the important monuments and life in London.
They visited the Buckingham Palace through this 360° video :
It is a very big zoo with nearly 20, 000 animals.
The pupils learned about the job of a zookeeper.
Then, the pupils travelled to AUSTRALIA.
This time, they studied australian animals like the red kangaroo, the koala and the emu.
They also learned about the aborigines and their culture.
These are aboriginal paintings. Aboriginal paintings are about animals and nature.
The pupils made some aboriginal paintings :
After Australia, the pupils of CE2B went to U. S. A
There, they learned about sports.
Sports play an important role in American society.
The 5 most popular sports in USA are football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey and soccer.
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Students of the 6eme international Section took part in a photography competition, judged by Australian master photographer, Joseph Manglaviti. First of all, the students interviewed Mr Manglaviti who is based in Mauritius, and they received some excellent advice on how to take nature photographs. Then they submitted their photos, and, in class, each student explained the inspiration behind their shots. Finally, Mr Manglaviti judged the photos and announced the top three winners:
First Prize: Ines Currimjee
Second place: Micaela Beukman
Third place: Luca Bettex
Dans le cadre du cours de Français et de la lecture des Métamorphoses d’Ovide, les 6eC ont réalisé une activité gourmande : “Les Dévoreurs”.
Après avoir choisi leur métamorphose préférée, préparé leur résumé et avis de lecture accompagnés d’une illustration d’artiste, les élèves ont investi leur cuisine ! Leur objectif : réaliser un gâteau-indice permettant de deviner leur métamorphose. Soleils pour l’histoire de Phaéton, grenouilles des paysans de Lycie, lingot d’or du roi Midas, l’ourse Callisto, ailes de la chute d’Icare ou de Céyx et Alcyone, gâteau-fleur pour Narcisse… le résultat est magnifique et donne l’eau à la bouche !