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French and International streams Shared Projects year 2018 - 2019

Students from French and International Streams love working together.

You can find out all about their Shared Projects throughout the year.  Click on the below photo to access the flickr album:

Shared Projects 2018-2019

December 2018 at TKO - Imagine That! Art Exhibition

RC and MS opened their agora doors to over 100 parents this week during their Imagine That!  Exposition d’Art. The exhibition was part of their shared project exit point and showcased the children’s learning from across all areas of their curricula: IEYC, EYFS, French curriculum, FLE, EAL and shared project. The children were exposed to a wide range of artists and styles over the term and parents were amazed at the quality and quantity of the work produced.

December 2018 at JL – Get Fit Day!

7 December was “Get Fit Day” for students in MS and RC at Jardine’s lookout!

Students from the 5 MS and RC classes had such fun playing festive team games and sharing time together in the Jardine’s gym which was decorated in Christmas colours!

Working in pairs to carry presents, decorate trees, pull Santa’s sledge … this event was the result of extensive classwork for these students in both streams. After regular meetings to get to know one another and chat, the aim was to learn vocabulary in French and English to take action!

Thank you to volunteer class parents who helped the little ones with games workshops …

TKO October 2018 – This is me!

RC and MS left it all on the catwalk during their shared exit point. The children from both streams showcased their favourite fashions during their This is Me! C’est Moi! Fashion Walk. Being a model is very hard work so they all enjoyed some nice treats in their after party! The children displayed great confidence sharing with their house groups why their outfit was their favourite.

During the exit point, students from Yr 1 and GS decorated their agora with all their work on the theme This is me! C’est Moi! The stuidents’ portraits even had QR Codes allowing parents to hear a spoken presentation by their child. 

Take a look at the collaborative work of the students in the below film.