We are extremely proud of our pupils in Year 8 who have won the the Faraday Challenge Day! The Faraday Challenge is a STEM competition organised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) meant to give pupils the opportunity to research, design and make prototype solutions to genuinely tough engineering problems. Teams must race against the clock to solve a real-life engineering problem, putting their technology and teamwork skills to the test. Congratulations to them all!Read More
Hauteur, longueur, profondeur, volume, durée… nos élèves de CM1 s’en sont donnés à coeur joie lors de notre Rallye Mesure annuel ce mercredi ! L’occasion pour eux de parcourir l’école en faisant des estimations, des mesures et des conversions. Un grand merci à tous pour l’organisation et bravo aux élèves pour leur travail !
Un grand merci au magazine Ici Londres qui a recueilli les propos de Rana Massoud (Présidente de notre Association de Parents d’Elèves) à propos de la Course Contre la Faim, événement annuel incontournable pour notre école !
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Yesterday, our Year 7s took a trip to Great Missenden to visit the Roald Dahl museum as part of their study of creative writing and literature. They visited the shed where the great man wrote his most famous children’s books, explored the sites he used as inspiration for his stories in the village as well as coming up with some story ideas of their own!
As part of their studies of First World War poetry, and to coincide with Remembrance events at school, we took all our Year 9s to the newly renovated National Army Museum in Chelsea on the 13th of November. Pupils got the chance to handle genuine artefacts from real First World War soldiers and were lucky enough to do a poetry workshop based around the objects with a published poet and a poet who was also a serving soldier!
As millions of people commemorated the centenary of the end of the First World War on the 11th November 2018, École Jeannine Manuel played host to a series of acknowledgements honouring those around the world who took part in the Great War. From Nursery to Year 11, our pupils engaged in heartfelt tributes around the theme of Remembrance such as poppy and bleuet making, British and French poetry readings and a dramatic performance.
Similar commemorations took place at our sister schools across the Channel:
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding our very first Charity Dinner at the National History Museum on Saturday 11th May 2019.
As All Hallows Eve approaches, our fantastic Parents Association have decorated the hallways with creepy cobwebs, black spiders and jack-o’-lanterns to welcome our pupils in the scariest (and cutest) costumes to celebrate Halloween and the start of half term. Whilst the ghouls, vampires and unicorns roamed the schools’ corridors, a coven of witchy parents delivered trick or treats to each classroom on the spooky occasion.
Happy Halloween and enjoy your holiday!Read More
Come and speak to us at the Independent Schools Show on the 10th and 11th November. Information packs will be available to browse or take home and members of the École Jeannine Manuel leadership team will be there to answer your questions. Don’t forget to pick up one of our popular red tote bags!
Location: Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, SW8 4NW
Times: Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday 10:30 am to 4:30 pm