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Street Art exhibition « Fundamentals » and graffiti workshop

 

 

Monday April 1st, all the EURO students gathered together for a team building afternoon activities before their trip to England and had a guided tour of Craig Costello and Tilt exhibition brilliantly organized by Jean Guillaume Panis to get to know more about these two  legends as well as the origins and impacts of Street Art. The workshop with five artists was also a great success!

Euro students will soon edit their articles on this blog. Don’t miss them!

exhibition and workshop student file

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Poetry out loud performance

Friday 8th February

JDA drama room         

                                                 

Harlem Renaissance Jazz Poetry

Year 11 students performed two poems from Langston Hughes, one of the key figures of Harlem Renaissance movement.

I, too ‘ and What happens to a dream deferred ?

Teams staged their own jazz poetry variations and were all very creative!

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

      Hats off to all the performers !

 

 

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Upcoming school event – Enjoy a drink at break time

 

 

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Irish classmate interview

Meaven, our Irish classmate

 

What do you think of French people?

They’re nice, I think they have a good sense of style.

Why are you in France?

I’m in France because my mom is French and she wants me to become fluent in French and learn about the French culture.

How long will you stay in France?

I’m staying until Christmas.

Where do you stay?

During the week I stay in the boarding school and I stay at my grandad’s at the weekend.

Which do you prefer, Ireland or France?

I prefer school over here but I prefer Ireland because my family and friends live there.

What do you want to do later?

I would like to be a lawyer.

What are your favorite subjects?

My favorite subjects are English and Chinese because I find them the easiest.

What are your hobbies?

I do horseriding and I play the piano and I also did acting in Ireland.

What countries have you travelled to?

I’ve been to France, Spain, Portugal, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, America, Martinique, Turkey, Germany, Greece and Tenerife.

Ferdinand and Mathilde, 2nd2

 

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My first month in Jeanne d’Arc high school

For my first day in Jeanne d’Arc High, I was anxious because I didn’t know who will be in my class. But when I read the names on the class list, I was happy because I realized that there were 3 friends of mine in my class. As time went on, my new classmates and I got to know each other and we got on better and better together. Jeanne d’Arc school is so big that you can easily get lost. At first, it was difficult to find the classrooms. The food at the  cafeteria is not excellent but we’re fine with it.

« I feel better at Jeanne d’Arc school than in my previous school because I can understand the lessons very well and I feel more self-confident. I think I will improve my level, especially in Maths and English. »

People are more open-minded and there are some lockers, which is very useful! I’m very hopeful for my future here in Jeanne d’Arc!

Lou and Raphaël, 2nd 2