INDIAN SUMMER OIB Family PICNIC in Oberthur park on Saturday 29th September.

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Indian summer picnic !A first for all of us ! To be repeated!

As we have been experiencing Indian summer conditions for a while , dear Mrs O’Hora, the OIB section coordinator, decided to organise a live and warm picnic on the lawn of the park of Oberthur  in Rennes.A large number of OIB families accepted the invitation  and everybody really enjoyed the day .

It was certainly a TERRIFIC  way to make  the summer season last a little longer  with games, songs , dance ,pleasant conversations and lots of laughing !                                   Even Ciara, the NEW Irish assistant joined us eventually!!

***Happy Birthday to you Mrs Gilard by the way !!!!

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Cornwall : a trip engraved in our memories…

Day 1 :A Very Official reception at Exeter Guildhall, our Twin city.

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Day 2: Team building at Liskeard Community school, Cornwall

Day 3: St Michael’s Mount discovery and amazement !

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Day 3: Bring history to life at Geevor Tin mine !

Day 4: experiencing the great wilderness of Dartmoor National Park !

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But also so many more memories …………

Thanks to Anna, Jeanne, Aymeric and our brave students ….who brought this trip to life.

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Reading Challenge Activity Promoting a reading on a poster : « Sisters » by Raina Telgemeier

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Gaspard , Elouan and Solarbott ,Year 7

Raina Telgemeier was born on 26th May 1977 in San Francisco, California.She’s an American cartoonist, an author and an illustrator.She has one brother called Will and one sister called Amara.She didn’t get on well with her sister when she was younger. She loves listening to music but she hates snakes.Most of her graphic novels like« Smile » and « Sisters »  are autobiographical.In « Sisters » , she describes a long family trip from San Francisco to Colorado in their van,to visit their family.

Florence, Year 7 ( 2018)