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Travel and places : Verulanium

Verulamium Museum

Verulamium Museum.Friday, April 26, 2019, 12.05 am by Esther de Montchalin,

contestants: Charly Boissée, Manon Rousselles and Anna Hery

This picture is a picture of a mosaic in the museum. The photo is taken with an extreme long shot, and an eye view, because we really wanted to see all of this Roman beautiful piece of art.

 

 

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Travel and Places : the Roman Baths by Eve

 

 

Eve, Lou and Mina

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Cityscape: Girl with a Pierced Eardrum, Banksy by Lola and Rebecca

Girl with a Pierced Eardrum graffiti By Banksy

Thursday, April 25, 2019, 6.26 pm

Contestants: Rebecca and Lola Category: urban landscapes & cityscapes

On this picture we can see the representation of the girl with pearl earring by Banksy. It was created on the wall of a building in Bristol’s marina. The artist Banksy was inspired by the Dutch painter Vermeer’s famous painting. He used the box alarm fixed on the wall for the pearl earring and called itGirl with a Pierced Eardrum’. This graffiti was vandalized soon after it was created and the big black stain on the wall is not Banksy’s . This picture was taken with a medium shot because we wanted to focus on the wall with the character. Furthermore, it is an eye view with the point of view of the photographer.

Lola and Rebecca

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Cityscape : Candem Town by Charly

 

 

Camden Town

Camden Town. Saturday, April 27,2019,5.47 pm by Boissée Charly,
contestants: Esther De Montchalin, Manon Rousselles and Anna Hery.

The shot type we chose is the long shot because we really wanted to see a big part of Camden Town to show the beautiful art on the facades. We also chose the eye view because the viewers can identify and think that they are in Camden. In this photo, we can see many shops on the left with the tags or murals on their walls. The first has
footprints, the second with the blue colour has a scorpion holding a shoe in its claws. Then there is a big dragon on the wall, and in the background, we can see Uncle Pennybags on a wall with the English flag. The picture is a little bit dark because of the colour of the sky but we can still see the colours of the shop because many shops have a bright shop facades.
Camden Town is bustling and very attractive thanks to the tourists like we can
see in the photo. Camden Town is a beautiful place for street art and art overall.

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Other pictures taken in Camden

Uncle Pennybags

The famous guy of the monopoly is on a wall in Camden Town, we can see it in the first photo.
Many food trucks where we can test food for free, so we went to this neighbourhood where there are only food trucks.

 

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People : The Waldron-Pearson family by Esther and Anna

 Waldron-Pearson family. Friday, April 26,2019,8.31 am by Esther de Montchalin

contestants: Charly Boissée, Manon Rousselles and Anna Hery

This picture shows John, Kirsty, their baby Wittekare and one dog: Burleigh.We chose the full shot because we really wanted to see all the family, their movements to feel more natural and their emotions. The shot gives a neutral effect to the picture. In the  background, we can see the living room with the sofa, and in the corner the little boy’s toy. We really wanted to shoot a simple picture of the family to show their simplicity, and particularly this one because we can really see the happiness in every face and it really represents the atmosphere of the three days we have spent with them. The picture is a little bit dark because of the colour of the clothes of the characters, but we can still see the luminosity of the room, because on the right side there was a big window, and it made the light come in.

Our interview :
Anna and I have decided to interview our host family.
-What are their jobs?
Kirsty has her own clothing business online, her brand is made for horse clothing.
John works in innovation in a bank ( he works in the City, in London, it takes him 2 hours to go to work, and he needs to take the train every day).
-Why do they host students in their house?
Because they think that welcoming people from different countries can help their little son to learn other languages. They also wanted to meet teenagers to « practice » their « role » as parents, before they need to do this with their kid. Finally, because they have a big house and they are only three. Welcome people brings life to the house.
-What activities do they like? Do they have hobbies?
They really like riding, walking, travelling ( they’ve been in a lot of countries), reading, and finally creating because it’s both in link with their jobs.
-Have they been to France?
Yes, they’ve been to France a lot of times, and they have visited different cities in France: Paris, Villefranche, they have been in the south, and they really like skiing in France ( because they can’t in England ).

-What is the best thing in the UK for them?
For them, the best thing is the countryside ( where they live), the history of the country and also the fact that the UK is really safe.
-What is the worth thing in UK for you?
They think that the worth thing in the UK is a fact that the culture in fragmented, the population is not united.
-What is their favorite place in the country?

For them, it’s Chatsworth House

We really have enjoyed our time with the family and it was a really good experience to meet and live with English people.

 

Esther and Anna

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Urban landscape : Dark lights by Garance and Caroline

 

 

Title of photograph : Dark lights
Name of photographer : Garance Ruet-Moreau
Date, location, and time of photograph : 25/04/2019, in England, Surrey, Outwood, at 7.33pm
Photo Contest category : Urban landscape and cityscapes

First of all, the camera angle type is an eye view. In fact, I have taken the photograph at my eye level (as indicated by the name of the photography type). I have choosen to take this photo with this view because I think that it’s easier for the viewers to imagine themselves standing where the photo was taken. Moreover, in my point of view, that’s always good to have a natural effect because it shows thethe reality. For example, if people go to the place to see where I have taken this picture, they will see mostly the same colors, the same view, whereas with an other shot or angle, it would be probably
different and they might be disappointed.
Secondly, I have choosen this picture for many reasons : To begin, because I hope this photo is original. It’s not a very famous monument, it’s located in a hiddenstreet, precisely in a kind of tunnel. But I have selected it because I think it’s thought provoking. In fact, we can think about its meaning or message and there will be probably different opinions ; that’s why this is very interesting ! In my view, this photo can show us that even if it’s not a landmark or the most touristic street in England, it’s beautiful anyway. Moreover, I think that this street was not intented to be beautiful but maybe that’s why the place is !
There is no famous street artists’s artwork in this street but I guess it’s the association of all the different posters that make the beauty of this picture. To conclude, this street represents the life in the city, freedom of expression and I like it.

Garance and Caroline

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Cityscape : Clifton Bridge by Pauline and Juliette

Pauline Gommard and Juliette Labarre 2nd5  Bristol, 25 april 2019, 17:48

Urban landscapes and Cityscapes

Hello ! The picture was taken by Juliette and Pauline with an high angle in Bristol. This photo is an extreme long shot. First, we are going to describe this picture. Then, we will give information about the architect of this monument.
First of all, we can see a flower in the foreground. It’s a wild pink flower. In the  background, there is a bridge. It’s Clifton suspension bridge. This bridge is above the Avon river and it is a symbol of Bristol’s city. The architect of Clifton suspension bridge is Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The landscape is Bristol and its surroundings.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel was born on April 1806 and he died in 1859. He was an English mechanical and civil engineer. He built the Great Western Railway, a series of steamships including the famous SS Great Britain and bridges like Clifton suspension bridge. This bridge wass built from 1836 to 1864 and it was used for trading. The bridge links up Severn and Bristol and it is 412 meters long and 74 meters high.
SS Great Britain was the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic in 1845. That’s why, he is considered as “one of the greatest figures of the Industrial Revolution”.
To conclude, this bridge was very important for trading and crossing the Avon Gorge was very useful at that time to develop the city. Moreover, the constructions of Isambard Kingdom Brunel revolutionized public transport and modern engineering.

Pauline and Juliette

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People by Alice and Evan

 

When I took this picture, I first saw a tunnel with graffiti and some posters. Then,I saw a homeless on the right and I realized that homeless people are part of the English urban landscape. That made me very sad andangry. According to an article of the “Express Business”, the number of homeless people in the United Kingdom reached 320,000 in november 2018 and would increase of 1,000 per month. This picture was taken in London, a city with 167,000 homeless people in its streets, that is to say one londoner out of fifty-three. The camera work gives the impression of depth and the light at the bottom and end of the tunnel attracts the attention and allows to discover the picture starting to the middle. Gradually, we discover the different parts of the pictures from the poster to the homeless through artificial light to the left which gives a more “urban” atmosphere. I found this tunnel very beautiful because it perfectly represents the urban and graffiti culture in London. However, I can’t just look at the place without the homeless because too many people do not pay attention to those who are suffering next to them. I could have chosen this entry for the urban space category but I chose “people” categoryinstead because homeless people in the English society who are just considered as “ thin gummy “ in the landscape and I wanted to draw the attention on the society and housing problems in England. Caring for homeless people is not an important issue for many and if nobody says anything, the situation may not evolve positively soon.

Alice and Evan

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Urbanspace by Evan and Alice

Category : Urban space Photo by Evan  Group Evan and Alice

 

This picture is a cityscape focusing St Paul Cathedral of London which is in the middle of the photo. I took it on April 26th at 4.41 pm on the first day of our trip in London. It’s a frontal view for the viewers to get involved with me and feel what I felt when I saw the majesty of St Paul’s for the first time in front of me. I put it in the middle on the back because I think that the cathedral is bigger than the apartments and is much more impressive. I’ve found that the sky with gray clouds perfectly matched with the cathedral. There are some tourists next to St Paul but they do not spoil the view and represent the urban life in the city.

Alice and Evan

 

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Only green entries by Antonin

Category :Travel and place
I’ve chosen this entry of the Roman bath, and just keep the green strange color of the water because all my photos are like that one

(I just keep the green color). I think this photo has a really good balanced effect with a long shot and a high angle.

Category :Nature landscape

This is Berkley castle’s park. In the middle of the picture I’ve seen this big majestic tree, and like I did with all my pictures I’ve only kept thegreen color of the trees and the grass, still using a long shot and a high angle.

Category :Urban landscape
In this picture, we can see Clifton suspension bridge, a Bristolian landmark but the most important thing is the hill with the tunnel and the road that strangely look like a bunker. The green is still there and the long shot and the high angle highlight the scene.

Category :People
I’ve taken this picture in Stonehenge, where people show how people living in the Bronze Age fed themselves and made rope and leather for clothes. Like the other one, this picture has only the green of the grass and the leaves but I chose a pov angle with a medium shot.

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Cityscape : Art in Bristol

Art in Bristol

April 25, Bristol By Lou Saunier Contestants: Eve Benhamou, Mina Alépée and Lou Saunier Category: Urban landscapes

This photograph was taken in Bristol on April 25th. It shows a piece of art created by Banksy called “The Girl With Pierced Eardrum” and it is a reproduction of a famous masterpiece of Johannes Vermeer named “Girl With a Pearl Earring”, painted in 1665. The shot of the picture is an eye view and the camera shot type is a long shot, because the photographer wanted that all the artwork can be seen on the picture. However,this shot allows to create a parallelism effect with the lines of the ground and the walls and put this artwork at the center of the viewer’s attention. We decided to take the picture with a black and white filter because it provokes depth and gives more strength to the photograph. This filter creates a lighting effect between the black floor and the white cloud which gives an impression of gradation. It also emphasises the urban environment of the artwork and accentuates the raw aspect of the street. 

The main subject of this picture is Banksy’s street art which was created in 2014 and is located in Bristol City Docks. The street artist chose to resize the original painting and to modify the support of the work. He has also replaced the pearl of the girl, which is a precious element, by the alarm box of the warehouse which adds value to a simple object. It shows that the author knew how to adapt the art to the environment and that any place can became a piece of art.

Finally, the photograph highlights an artwork which makes the art accessible to everyone and proves that Art stands the test of time.

Lou, Mina and Eve

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Travel and Places : The Mechanical Galleon

 

The Mechanical Galleon
Saturday, April 27,2019,11.08 am by Anna Hery,
contestants: Charly Boissée, Manon Rousselles and Esther de Montchalin

 

British Museum:The mechanical galleon
This photo was taken in the British Museum in London. This photo is a medium shot because we can see many details. The camera angle types we chose is an eye view because this picture was shot with the camera approximately at human eye level to create a neutral effect on the audience. On the photo, we can see an English clock dating from the 17th century English in the shape of a boat. This clock is called “nef de Charles Quint”. There are three in the world. The
dimensions are 104 78.5 20.3 cm. On the main deck, eight characters are each armed with a sword. At the base of the main mast, a clock on a silver dial with floral motifs indicates the time. Under the mast, sailors beat the hours on bells. Under the main mast, an emperor sits under a canopy with a double-headed eagle. Ten cannons are arranged around the hull. English clockmaking advanced quickly after the pendulum was invented. Heavier mechanisms made them difficult to hang from the wall so clocks became items of furniture. Many
French protestant clockmakers arrived in London after 1680s, adding their own
style to English designs.

 

 

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Travel and Places: Lucie and Garance on Clifton Bridge

Lucie and Garance on Clifton Bridge by Clara Dumotier

Thursday 25th April 2019, 17pm

Bristol

Category : Travel and places

This photo was taken on Clifton Bridge, in Bristol. It’s a medium shot.

On the foreground, we can see Lucie and Garance smiling. I chose this photo because it well illustrated the happiness that we all share during our trip in England. In fact, it was a really joyful moment and that was great.

On the background, we can see a lot of trees, some houses and the river Avon.The sky is highlighted. We also chose this photo because it’s one of the most beautiful view that we saw in England. And we noticed that there are so many wonderful landscapes. that’s something we’ve loved about England.

Clara

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Eternal space by Léa and Nora

Eternal space
Title of photograph: Eternal space
Photographer: Léa Marissel Neuville
Contestants : Nora Ben Hammou and Léa Marissel Neuville
April 25th, Clifton Bridge, Bristol, 4:44p.m
Category: Urban landscapes and cityscapes

 

A girl was standing on the bridge, looking at the sky, looking at the clouds, looking at the sun. Feeling the light breeze on her skin, feeling the warmth of the sun, she was here, alone, enjoying the sight. The trees were dancing with the wind, creating the world’s most beautiful melody for her. The girl was smiling; her wild heart was full of happiness, her big eyes were full of hope and her great mind was full of dreams.
Clifton Bridge was her favorite spot in Bristol. It was her secret garden, where all of her worries were gone. Here, she was free. Here, she was allowed to be herself. She was allowed to let her heart speak, instead of her mind.
Here, on Clifton Bridge, The girl was happy, and no one could change it.

Léa and Nora

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People by Noémie and Clara

A bassist in Camden

by Noémie Chantrel-Richard

Saturday 27th April 2019 17pm  Camden Town, London

with Dr Funk (Jonny Rubin) Category : People

This photo shows a bassist in the street. I chose it because it well illustrates the animation in the London streets. In fact, we have seen so many musicians in London and particularly in Camden Town ! It was nice because they were all really great musicians ! This man was such a good guitar player and the sound was so relaxing that I shot a video of him.

Clara and Noémie

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Urban landscape by Léa and Nora

 

Bite the hand that feeds you
Title of Photograph: Bite the hand that feeds you Photographer: Léa Marissel Neuville
Contestants: Nora Ben Hammou and Léa Marissel Neuville
April 25th, North Street, Bristol, 7:32 p.m Category: Urban landscapes and cityscapes

We can see on the foreground a graffiti showing a fox with human features. He is standing on his back legs,
holding a drink in his paw, and looking behind him with what might be anger in his eyes. We can notice that the fox has a human forearm in his mouth that can make us think that the animal might have bitten off his owner’s arm. Also, above the fox’s head, there is a sentence “Bite the hand that feeds u”. With all of those elements, we
can guess that the forearm
belonged to Ronald McDonald, the clown mascot
of the fast-food “MacDonald”, and that the drink is coming from one of their restaurants. To conclude, we may think that this graffiti was made to raise awareness about junk food and to denounce MacDonald’s brand, because they are feeding a lot of people with unhealthy food, sometimes dangerous for people’s health. It can lead to heart problems and diseases.

Léa and Nora

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Urban landscapes and cityscapes: Camden’s Dr Martens’s wall

Camden’s Dr Martens’s wall by Noémie Chantrel-Richard

Saturday 27th April 2019, 18pm

Camden Town, London

Category : Urban landscapes and cityscapes

In my opinion, this picture is a good view of Camden Town’s big shopping street. In fact, we see all the things that make this street so special. The first elements are the shops : there are shops all the street long and the photo shows it very well. Then, there are the people ! This neighborhood is really popular and there are so many people on the pavement ! Elsewhere, something shocked me : there are only a few cars in this street, while, in France, in the big shopping streets like this, there are many cars ! And the last element, the most important : the graffiti, murals and sculptures on the walls. They give Camden a very special atmosphere that I really liked when we went there. To finish, I chose this picture because I love Dr Martens’s wall and shop;) ).

Noémie and clara

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Travel and Place : « What can I get you to eat? » « A stonehenge, please »

 

« What can I get you to eat?« 

« A Stonehenge, please« 

Pauline Gommard and Juliette Labarre 2nd5

Stonehenge, 23 April 2019, 4.56 pm

Category: Travel and Place (Long shot with eye view)

 

Waiter: Hello! Welcome to the Knight templar!

Customer: Hello!

Waiter: Here is the menu. I recommend our delicious homemade fish and chips!

Customer: Okay, so I will take a fish and chips.

Waiter: What would you like to drink?

Customer: A Guinness, please!

Waiter: I come back in a minute.

(2min later)

Waiter: Here is your Guinness! 

(5min later)

Waiter: Here is your fish and chips with peas. Enjoy your meal ! Do you want to do our pub questionnaire?

Customer: Yes, I do.

(20 min later)

Waiter: Have you finished?

Customer: Yes, it’s very good!

Waiter: Would you like any dessert?

Customer: Yes, I want a dessert.

Waiter: Our dessert of the day is called  »Stonehenge  » ! It’s choux buns filled with vanilla ice cream and smothered in caramel sauce! It is delicious.

Customer: I’m going to take a  »Stonehenge” !

(3min later)

Waiter: So, here is your  »Stonehenge ». Enjoy your dessert!

(10min later)

Waiter: How did you like it?

Customer: It was just delicious! This dessert have a great name: Stonehenge is an absolutely amazing site too!

Waiter: Thank you ! The Knight templar is crazy about Stonehenge and our customers love this dessert!

Pauline and Juliette

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Travel and Places : Mélina and Justine

Located in London in UK, the British museum is a museum of history and human culture. Its collections, with more than 7 millions objects, are among the most important of the world and from all over the continents. It was created in 1753 and opened to people in 1759.

We have chosen to represent these 4 pictures taken in the museum to prove that appearances can be misleading ! When we stood in front of this painting there were not just tasks on canvas which reminds us of psychology . In each tasks our subconscious, our imagination can make you understand and see things that are unique for us. When we approached to see what his more or less tasks, more or less dark, his from us , it was clear that there were letters, scriptures, words, sentences…  

Through this art, the artist show us something, he wanted to show the power of art in the word. This way whose the creator has represented the expression, this way whose he has painted his this painting is just awesome. Instead of talking to us, to tell us  that appearances are misleading, he has represented us and that’s the power of art. It’s this power she has to show us things and to make them understand us while leaving then anchored in our head.That’s why we choose to present you this pictures of the work of art, to share you the words of this paintings.

For that, we wanted to represent them to you through our eyes when we were walking to them to show you how we saw this paintings the first time. So to do that we used for the first two pictures a long shot  then the next pictures is a full shot and the last is an extreme close up. We have chosen an eye view to take our picture.

By Mélina and Justine

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Travel and places by Louise and Chloé

Pictures analysis

The topic of our writing today will be an analysis of two pictures within the scope of the euro class photography contest. Firstly, we will talk about a photo of a graffiti taken in Bristol. After this, we will make an analysis of a photo of a statue from the British museum of London. These two descriptions will show the versatility of art.

The picture that I selected has been taken in Bristol, during our school trip. We can see a big wall from the street, on it, a beautiful graffiti. Its shows a women’s face with a lot of contrast and different colors. It’s a mural so that you can see it across the street. I have chosen this picture because it well represents the importance of street art in Bristol and how it can be. We can also note the contrast between the drawing of the women and wild graffiti beneath it, graffiti which are not pieces of art. I found this picture really nice because the color of the blue sky mixed with the bright colors of the artwork sets a nice atmosphere.

Now, let’s turn to Chloe’s choice of picture and her analysis of another piece of art from the Bristish Museum.The picture has been taken by Chloe Combaluzier and her teammate Louise Fauvel who helped her. The picture was taken on April 21st at the British Museum around 12:11 am. In this picture we can see a statue that represents a woman from ancient Greece.  This sculpture by Pratixeles, an Athenian sculptor from the 4th century BC, depicts Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love. It was found in Knidos, in present-day Turkey, which at the time was part of the Greek world. This statue is exhibited at the British Museum in London. The goddess is depicted naked, covering her chest with her hands. Despite its nudity, this work of art is not inappropriate. I chose this statue because I find it different from the other Venus statues I have seen elsewhere, notably the Venus de Milo which is in the Louvre. It gave  an impression of movement of surprise, of being ashamed of being surprised naked and curling up  to hide.

Fauvel Louise and Combaluzier Chloé

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Nature and Landscape : Stonehenge and the White Horses

 

Stonehenge, Tuesday, April 23,2019,4h34 PM by Manon Rousselles,

contestants: Charly Boissée, Esther de Montchalin and Anna Hery

This picture was taken with an extreme long shot and an eye view. This scenery is the well-known Stonehenge. In the background, we can see the stones of Stonehenge and in the foreground, we can see a large stretch of grass. On the left side, there are some people and the fields with barrows ( earthwork made for burials). To finish, at the top of teh picture, the sky is all white with clouds. Stonehenge is located in the Salisbury Plain in
southwestern England, it’s a large megalithic monument. This impressive ensemble, whose construction dates from the Neolithic and the bronze age, is the largest prehistoric structure in Europe. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This historic site brings together many legends. Indeed, it would have been used as a cremation cemetery for several centuries. During our visit, we were able to contemplate Stonehenge despite the bad weather. This landmark is very beautiful. In this amazing place, there were obviously many tourists and school trips but sometimes the tourists were a little bit invasive and above all recognizable.

Tourists

Other places we have liked

Man-made beauty

In the south of England, there are white horses carved on hills.  These horses are
called Geoglyphs. There are at least 24. Some are recent and have been created for commemorative purposes but some dates back from a long time ago and served as sacred signs or to celebrate victory, but only the white horse of Huffington dates from prehistoric
times. We were able to see white horses during our trip to England. It was very impressive because all the horses were made of chalk. And even if the horses were far from us, we could see them with precision because of their large size. The technique to carve horses was to dig a horse-shaped hole and fill it with white chalk.

Charly, Esther, Anna and Manon

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People by Lucile and Juliette

We would like to present to you Joana Stewart. She was her host during our trip in  England. Joana lives alone because she is divorced. She lives in a semi detached house. There are seven rooms and two gardens. Joana works in an office. We met her father, he was a very nice man. Joana has two dogs : Wiggins and Buddy. She has a sister who lives in Spain with her two children. Joana likes Harry Potter and traveling. She does gymnastics. Her favourite authors are Nelson Domille and Jodie Picoult. Her favourite series is School Fliback. She speaks a little French. She loves Bath because she thinks it is a very beautiful city, bustling with a very interesting story. She hates beetroot and mud. She loves her dogs, the story of England and meeting new people.

 

Now, this is Miriam, our partner student during the immersion at Preston School. She was a very nice girl. She loves the reading and doing sports. She loves typical English
sports. She speaks a little French, she thinks French is a beautiful language but it is a little difficult to learn that because the grammar is very complex. She chose three specialities: French, Buisness and Biology because they are her favourite areas. We attended Buisness with her and she explained us the goal of this speciality. She loves the school on average.

Grimoin—Onno Lucile
Mechelinck Juliette

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Bob Final teaser by Romain and Colas

 

 

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The Atypical teaser by Charly and Esther

 

 

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Orange is the New Black teaser by Louise and Alice