So this is the end of the European Month in Chagall.

    It has been legendary !  - Yes, I've been watching How I Met Your Mother recently... :-)

    First there was the transformation of our entrance hall by the MANAA students, under Ms Recorda's supervision. I loved it !


    Then all the students of the school had an hour free to enjoy a nice cup of tea, gather in the yard on a sunny day (we've have plenty of them this year and that's so cool.) and have our photo taken to concretize and remember that we are Europeans with all our differences but also with all our common dreams.

    In the corridors of the school the science teachers displayed all the posters and documents their students have produced in European languages about health. 

    At the canteen every day saw a different country visit us. I loved the Greek meal. 

    On Tuesday we were all supposed to wear something reminding of a European country. Here are my British accessories .

    A poetry and  a photo contests were launched. Maybe we hoped more students would get involved, but honestly, the works I saw displayed on the mezzanine were worth spending a few minutes reading, admiring and letting one's mind wander across Europe and young people's utopian, romantic and artistic expectations and inventions.


    Thanks to everyone who has taken part in this month's virtual trip, and particularly to Ms Sacksteder who has been their inspirer and organizer.

    I don't want to spoil anything, but confidentially I can tell you I've heard there were great plans for next year. 


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    Thursday 1st June 2017 at 00:08

    Thank you for this great article and for the wonderful pictures you've added. I was really impressed by the European map in the Entrance hall. It was magnificent. I also loved many poems and I found that the students really worked hard to write beautiful, well-written, pieces of literature... and most of them were nice -looking as well ^^ I have to say I was a bit disappointed that so few people voted for the contests but I hope that we can convince more students (and teachers) to vote next year. Thanks for sharing!

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