Earlier this month, the 4ème and 3ème pupils took part in French publication l’ECHO Magazine’s annual young journalist, and we are very proud to congratulate Joséphine Baignères, whose article won first prize.
The theme of the contest was the ways in which people of the United Kingdom repair and preserve our planet and each article entry was required to contain a field survey, an interview and testimonies.
“My article is about different measures taken by people in the UK to fight climate change and simple things you can do on a daily basis to help prevent climate change, from student protests, to vegetarianism and recycling,” says Joséphine.
The article named “Change We Can” is available on ECHO Magazine’s website and will be published in the June print edition of the magazine.
We hope that this talented young scribe’s research and writing will help to inform and inspire the readers of l’ECHO Magazine and the people of the United Kingdom to protect our precious planet. Congratulations on your hard work, Joséphine!
Read her full article here: https://www.lechomagazine.uk/change-we-can/Read More
“From an early age, all children are taught to share. Parents teach siblings to share. Teachers model and support sharing among classmates at school…Faced with the idea of sharing the planet, our young authors have looked at the simple – sharing with a friend – and the complex – sharing resources across borders.”
This year, the theme for Ecole Jeannine Manuel’s 8th edition of the Printemps des Jeunes Auteurs was “Sharing our Planet”. We are extremely proud of the ten students from our school whose texts were included in the publication.
Discover the full 2019 edition here.Read More
Un immense bravo aux collégiens et enseignants qui ont participé au concours de la Flamme de l’Egalité organisé par l’Education Nationale pour promouvoir la recherche autour du thème de l’esclavage. Leur projet, un récit du Chemin de Fer Clandestin raconté sur Twitter, a été retenu pour une rubrique spéciale sur le combat mené par les femmes alors qu’elles étaient esclaves. Le jury a notamment salué “la grande originalité du compte Twitter créé, la mise en relation de l’histoire de l’esclavage, et la mise en avant de personnalités historiques” au sein de leur projet. Bravo à tous !
Retrouvez le projet complet ici.Read More
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