On Wednesday, the Sauveterre classes visited the recently opened Musée de l’Ecole Publique in St Clar, a village in the north of Le Gers. The trip was interesting, fun and active! Everyone was given a traditional “tablier” to wear, and some were able to find berets. They were shown the various methods used to educate young children and were given old ink pens and “de l’encre violet” to try and write with, copying a piece of French text. They met “Oscar” the boney man too!
Other activities this week have involved frisbee ultime and an evening of hand-ball. Today, we had a second go at La Course.
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