Nos 2ndes en échange avec King's School à Canterbury

Nos 2ndes en échange avec King's School à Canterbury

30 élèves de 2nde accompagnés de Mrs Wagner ont participé à un échange avec King's School à Canterbury les 5 et 6 mars 2019.
 
24 élèves de King's School ont quant eux été accueillis par Mrs Giles au Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle où ils ont passé une journée. Ils ont ainsi pu assister aux cours de leurs correspondants de 2nde avant de se rendre au théâtre où il ont vu la pièce Tartuffe.
 
 
Corentin Le Mene et Diana Khandaker, deux élèves de 2nde 8, nous livrent le récit de leur expérience :
 
- "On Tuesday, 5 th March, we took the train from St Pancras to the King’s School in Canterbury. We spent half the day with our partners attending their lessons. Each of their lessons lasts 30 minutes. We then had lunch in their magnificent dining hall. Afterwards, we played table tennis and pool in their social centre. At 2pm, we had a guided tour of the Cathedral where we learnt about the assassination of Sir Thomas Becket among many other things. We then took the train back to London. It truly was an amazing day."
Corentin Le Mene

 
- "On Wednesday, 6 th March, Mrs Wagner took us to the King’s School in Canterbury. We all met our partners and attended their lessons. We then had a scrumptious lunch and had the opportunity to see our friends’ boarding houses. At 2pm, a guided tour of the magnificent Cathedral was organised: what an amazing place! We even managed to have some free time to enjoy the very beautiful town and its cobblestone streets. Back to London, we can truly say it was a lovely day!"
Diana Khandaker
30 élèves de 2nde accompagnés de Mrs Wagner ont participé à un échange avec King's School à Canterbury les 5 et 6 mars 2019.
 
24 élèves de King's School ont quant eux été accueillis par Mrs Giles au Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle où ils ont passé une journée. Ils ont ainsi pu assister aux cours de leurs correspondants de 2nde avant de se rendre au théâtre où il ont vu la pièce Tartuffe.
 
 
Corentin Le Mene et Diana Khandaker, deux élèves de 2nde 8, nous livrent le récit de leur expérience :
 
- "On Tuesday, 5 th March, we took the train from St Pancras to the King’s School in Canterbury. We spent half the day with our partners attending their lessons. Each of their lessons lasts 30 minutes. We then had lunch in their magnificent dining hall. Afterwards, we played table tennis and pool in their social centre. At 2pm, we had a guided tour of the Cathedral where we learnt about the assassination of Sir Thomas Becket among many other things. We then took the train back to London. It truly was an amazing day."
Corentin Le Mene

 
- "On Wednesday, 6 th March, Mrs Wagner took us to the King’s School in Canterbury. We all met our partners and attended their lessons. We then had a scrumptious lunch and had the opportunity to see our friends’ boarding houses. At 2pm, a guided tour of the magnificent Cathedral was organised: what an amazing place! We even managed to have some free time to enjoy the very beautiful town and its cobblestone streets. Back to London, we can truly say it was a lovely day!"
Diana Khandaker
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