Many congratulations to Beatrice (Year 10), whose interview of American Ambassador Johnson has just been published in First News. The focus of the interview was on the crucial role played by first responders in times of crisis. Watch the full interview here!Read More
This year and for the first time, our pupils took the Youth Chinese Exam (YCT), a Chinese Language Exam recognised throughout the world. The results are in and they are very impressive!
In Primary School, the pass rate was 100%, of which 30% obtained full marks. In Middle School, 96% of pupils passed the exam, a similar result to that obtained by pupils in our Parisian sister school.
Congratulations to all for their hard work – 很棒!
May signals the start of charity Living Streets’ National Walking Month, a celebration of the benefits this simple act brings. On this occasion, we are encouraging pupils and their parents to take part in the Walk to School Week (21-25 May).
In preparation for this event, our pupils will be talking about the benefits of walking with their teachers, and our Year 4s have even created some impressive posters to raise awareness around school!
Each year, thousands of pupils across the world take part in the Kangourou maths competition. The results for the Kangourou 2018 are in and we could not be more proud of our pupils’ achievements!
All pupils from Year 4 to Year 10 took part in the competition, and, of those, 25% were ranked amongst the top 5% worldwide.
Congratulations to all for participating, and a special congratulations to Elliot (Year 6), ranked #1 out of 32,152 in his year group!
Reaffirming its tradition of excellence, Ecole Jeannine Manuel in Paris has been ranked best high school in France by l’Internaute (alongside the Lycée Henri IV) for the sixth year in a row and second best high school according to the Figaro (between Henri IV and Louis-Le-Grand).
According to Head of School Elisabeth Zéboulon, “These results are all the more remarkable given that all of our students take the International Option of the French Baccalaureate (OIB), the most prestigious course of study offered in the French education system. Congratulations to our students and staff who contribute to these results, day after day!”
You have 30 strands of spaghetti and 20 Jelly Babies to build the highest tower. How will you structure your tower so that it does not crumble under its own weight?
These were the kind of science challenges that we organised for our pupils as part of British Science Week. Other tasks included building the strongest bridge using lolly sticks and creating an egg-protection device meant to prevent an egg from cracking when dropped from a height. We can’t help but wonder what fun activities our science teachers will come up with for next year!
British Science Week, run by the British Science Association, is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths, featuring entertaining and engaging events and activities across the UK for people of all ages.Read More
Escape games, orienteering, museum visits, Jeannine Manuel “African Cup of Nations” and British Science Week challenges… It wasn’t all hard work for our students during this year’s Spring Exam Week.
Following their exam sessions in the morning, our Middle School pupils enjoyed some well-deserved relaxing activities in the afternoons. We were very impressed to see how enthusiastic and engaged they remained throughout the week!