• For a few days STD2A students have been busy displaying all their works for you tomorrow !

    Don't forget to come and spend an hour or more in Chagall High School. There's something interesting for everyone:

    Music, Hip Hop, design, cookies,  information, plays. 

    That would be a shame to miss this !




















    On Monday I'll publish more photos. No doubt it will be beautiful, just like every year.

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  • I would be so sad it slept out of your mind...

    March 22nd, 2014


    60 chaussée Saint-Martin

    51100 REIMS

    March 26th, 2014

    7 : 30 pm


    Maison Commune du Chemin Vert

    Place du 11 Novembre 

    51100 REIMS

    April 11th, 2014

    Final deadline to hand in your photos if you want to take part in the European Week's photo contest.

    Everyone should write down in their diaries, that the 1st edition of the European Week in Chagall will take place from May 12th to May 16th. Lots of events in prospect !


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  • 1L1 and 1L2 students (16 years old) have written poems.

    Luiza reports:



    As part of the lesson we studied a few poems from  " The Children's Poetry Archive" . Every student had to choose a poem that corresponded to them  most. We learned by heart and stood before the class. Then we proceeded to the oral. After that, the teacher asked us to write a poem of our own, but we had to get inspiration from our previously learned poem. Here are some poems written by these students:




    The month after November

    I think I’ll make a gift.

    I think I’ll change the number

    Of the population shift.


    The mirror is unbroken

    So I think I’ll gaze at my reflection.

    I’ll be making myself up

    With a clown’s makeup.


    I don’t like apples

    Therefore I think I’ll make a pie.

    When I speak

    I’ll start at the end.








    If you want to read the other poems, click here:


    All the poems haven't been published yet, so, please feel free to come back !

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  • Some weeks ago I told you about a competition for young French writers in English: 


    Here is a new link to a page where you'll be able to read the texts written by the winners from the previous years' competitions. Don't be shy ! 

    Whether you feel at ease writing poetry, short stories or autobiographical accounts, I'm sure you can be among the best writers this year !

    Watch Roger Morris's video ! Read R. Morgan's advice ! 

    And grab a pen and paper or switch your computer on if you feel more comfortable with using Word !

    To know more about the rules and details of this competition, here is everything :    http://www.editionsdidier.com/text/paper-planes-concours-writing-2014

    And if you don't feel confident enough or if you hesitate or don't understand anything in the rules, come and ask me (Mrs Sirot) Room C13 or in the Staff Room. You can also ask Mrs Azema at the library.

    Talking about competitions, don't forget to enter the Photo Contest !

    It's still time, but it's highly time.






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  • This week at the library, you might just fall in love!


    February is here and for a lot of people Valentine's day is an important date to celebrate.  On the occasion, we came up with a fun idea for all of you to try out this week at the library. Whether you’re in a  blooming relationship or happily single, you ‘re invited to go on a blind date… with a book ! " Starting Monday, February, 10th till Monday, February, 17th, come to the library and visit our display. Check out any wrapped book and let the fun begin! Choose your item wisely for you might just fall in love! You’ve been warned! See you soon at the Library. Till then, lots of love to you all xxx

    Violaine Azema.

    (The original poster comes from:  http://www.fclsonline.org/blind-date-with-a-book/)

    PS: Don't forget the roses you can buy for the people you love and like in your school ! They can be bought in the students' common room !


    MARCH 22ND 2014


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  • You like music.

    You like Celtic music.

    You haven't got anything planned on March 26th.

    You don't usually go to concerts because it's too expensive. 

    This event is for you !!!

    And, look out ! One of the names is famous in Chagall High School.

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  • I was in London in October, but this work of art was only presented to the public in  November. So, no wonder I missed it ! The artist was born in Morocco, but the voice is American, while it could be listened to  in England. I like that. 

    The actual name of this work is "New Industrial Revolution". Have you ever imagined that your voice would be "visible" one day? Of course we already had kind of an idea thanks to "Audacity", your English teachers favourite software ! But here this is a 3D representation and it's quite amazing. 

    If you'd like to know more about the artist, go there : http://www.gillesazzaro.com/

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  • CHRISTMAS has gone.


    NEW YEAR has arrived !

    It's resolutions' time. Here are the ones I suggest you took :

    Mine will be :

    - Be patient when no one answers my questions in class.

    - Publish at least one article a fortnight.

    - Crack a joke in the staffroom when people start moaning.

    - Find convincing arguments to make my students work and learn their lessons.

    What will be yours ?

    Click on "Your comment" to write your answer.