Two Lycée students; Lara and Skye, have been volunteering in the Anglophone Collège library since the start of the school year. They help to catalogue and cover all new books and keep the library looking spick and span. This goes to show that the love of books transcends schools! Thank you for your commitment and dedication!
Meet two reading challenge conquerors: Anouk and Eva, both in cinquième, are our latest heroes. They join the ranks of seasoned readers from mainly sixième and cinquième who have read three or more classics since the beginning of the year. Continue reading
What makes a book a classic?
A classic book is one that outlasts time….
…no matter when it was written, it will still have relevance today.
It will often teach us how to be better human beings, using language that is beautiful, effective and distinctive.
This year’s challenge is to travel around the world… in books! The advantage: a carbon footprint of zero and hundreds of hours of reading pleasure.
The Anglophone Section would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Lara in 3ème for being the very first student to complete this year’s Anglophone Reading Bingo.Continue reading
As temperatures are dropping, curling up with a good book seems to be the right thing to do. To further encourage reading, the Collège reading challenge has just been launched.
The 6emes have been busy this term: writing a character analysis, an autobiography from a character’s point of view and improving their SPaG! What a great start to college!
This term we’ve designed Top Trump cards for Anglo Saxon Gods, debated which monk was the most significant and acted like Vikings, to look at how the power of the Church changed in Britain through several invasions.
A suitcase has been found in Dover Castle! The 6emes are using all their history skills to try to find out who it belonged to. Continue reading