9 octobre was our French day. Pupils gladly joined in the
spirit of things and many striped and moustached folk were to be seen around
assembly, pupils sang “Sur le Pont d’Avignon” and were given a demonstration of
games primary school children would play at break time in France.
that, The Junior Forms had the opportunity to interview real French pupils
their French handwriting
and fill in their own French
had croissants and pains au chocolat for morning break. For “le déjeuner”, S. Anselm’s Chefs worked extra hard and produced
a gorgeous French meal enjoyed by all.
had a surprise ingredient. Some say that Mr P. collected them himself from his