Staying at our feeder school Ravenscote, here is some fantastic work produced by Frau Mahler's year 6 classes. Having learned to talk about the weather, pupils had to give a weather report in German.
Here are some particularly fine examples. Aren't they wunderbar?
Remember the European Day of Languages Competition? Here are some winning entries from our feeder junior school Ravenscote. The overall winner of years 3 to 6 was Joshua Mills in 5B with two poems about languages!
Further winners were:
Alice Green in Year 3
Neve San Emeterio and Diya Rashid in Year 4
Pia Boeber, Izzy Wragg, Abi Gumbrell, Hannah Richardson, Millie Bates, Mya Chumber and Mia Hewitt in Year 5
Naomi Whiteland and Lucy Andrews in Year 6
Congratulations to the all the winners -who have received some sweets and goodies, and especially to fabulous 5B, who have shown particular enthusiasm for this task with 47 entries (winning them some German sweets)!
Today started with an early 8.00AM gathering in order to head for
Paris. After a peaceful journey down, during which students exchanged
stories and anecdotes from the weekend, we arrived just in time for
Once refueled, we started to walk up the famous Champs Elysées avenue
(and past a certain Abercrombie store, which seemed to catch the
attention of most of our girls????), ready to face the 284 steps up to
the top of the Arc de Triomphe.
Thanks to some encouragement and support (even a push?) from Miss Streeter, all students made it alive!
Unexpectedly, the weather ended up being on our side and our official photographer let her talent out.
Students were then given some free time to roam the most famous avenue in the world (including the psychedelic Mercedes showroom) and we met up with them near the Abercrombie store (again?).
Our coach driver gave students a chance to tour the city and capture the
most famous landmarks (Eiffel Tower, Le Louvre museum, the Assemblée
Nationale palace (French Parliament), Concorde square, Académie
Française, etc.) before we headed back to Lille for the last night with