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For the science week in March 2018 many parents came in the school to do projects with the children. Thank you to our parent Branwen Hide for coordinating all that! The children were buzzing with enthusiasm.
For secondary, classes spent time doing science projects. See here for an example.
Milan International Model United Nations
http://www.milmun.org/ “The Concept of Citizenship and the Changing Role of the Nation”
"The main purpose of the conference is to give university students the chance to practice diplomacy by impersonating the role of a diplomat or chairing one of the committees."
A number of our S7 students went Milan to participate in this exciting project. Students participation were: Alex Tealdi, Alexandra Anoja, Chris Tsikas, Olya Tsikas, Jean-Aymeric Gasc, Lorenzo Hazard, Nathanael Zachuber, Pierre Steen, Tessa Hall, Theo Harman-Francis, Virginia Shorrock, Lydia Wright and Oscar Graham van Seters.
Model European Council
The Model European Council (MEC) Programme is a yearly political simulation organised by the European Schools. Selected students from each of the 12 schools take on roles as politicians from the 27 member states of the EU, and take part in a 3-day run of council and plenary sessions.
S6 Geography trip 2018
Theatre in Education Workshops from PERFORM
On Wednesday 20th September, all classes from Reception, Years 1,2 and 3 took part in Perform's Under the Sea fun and lively drama workshops. Here is what Perform say about their workshops:
"Each workshop is led by an experienced DBS checked actor who plays the role of the adventurous deep sea diver. They'll use story-telling, role-play, song and movement to take the children on an exciting underwater mission to rescue The Lost Pearl of the Ocean.
On their travels they'll meet Septimus the Octopus, the Smelly-Fish-Jellyfish and learn about a whole host of sea creatures. It's an educational adventure sure to both enthral and inspire the children.
The workshops are 25-minutes long and each one is specially tailored to suit the ages and needs of the class. As well as introducing the children to the joy of live improvised performance, the educational aims of the workshops are to:
- Learn about the world's different oceans and the sea creatures that inhabit them.
- Involve the children in an exciting and interactive theatrical experience.
- Enhance vocal projection and listening skills through rhyme and poetry.
- Promote fitness and movement by dancing The Fishy Funk dance."
Robot challenge 2017
The third art exhibition of 2017 was again a great succes. The children enjoy making the art work and the parents enjoyed visiting the art exhibition in the Chapel. Thanks to Ms Linsley for her hard work coordinating it all and Mrs Bray for the lovely poster she made!
Musical Highlights 2017
This year's Enrichment Concert took place on 12 May 2017 in the beautiful surroundings of the Chapel. With over 40 performances, it provided a show case of the enormous musical talent we have at Europa School, and bore witness to the fantastic support of our wonderful parents. At Europa we believe in giving all our talented performers a platform irrespective of their age. Thus we had performers from Reception through to Year 6, all playing with great enthusiasm and marvellous skill. All our performers deserve a huge round of applause and we very much look forward to hearing more of them! Dr Havenstein
Halloween 2017 - 2DE
5FE wins Digital Story Telling Festival 2015-16
The class went to London yesterday, 16 June 2016, in a 5 star bus to collect the unexpected prize for their 5 minute video project in the British Film Institute. The screening at school is next week and staff and parents can't wait. Well done 5FE, we are very proud!