French School of Raleigh Blog

Le blog de l'école française à Raleigh, NC

La semaine du 18 novembre

TPS1: Caroline et Clarisse Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS-1 It has been an absolute pleasure to work at L’ecole these past two months. It was amazing to see such social, emotional and academic growth in such a short time. Truly amazing !I would like to thank the whole team for supporting me and...

La Semaine du 11 Novembre

TPS1: Caroline et Clarisse Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS-1 Our vocabulary and conversations is expanding by the day and showing Big Boy/Big Girl language and behavior is a daily goal. Friendships are beginning to take shape as free time gives opportunity to make social connections. We are having a lot of fun practicing our...

La Semaine du 4 novembre

TPS1: Caroline et Clarisse Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS-1 Halloween is now behind us. And now we are preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving.I am so proud and pleased with TPS. Daily routines and transitions are becoming second nature as we continually repeat expectations and model behaviors during circle time and throughout the day. We...

La semaine du 28 octobre a l’ecole

TPS1 – Caroline & Clarisse Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS-1 What a week ! Preparing for and celebrating Halloween was the highlight of our week as well as welcoming one of our students full time !! Merveilleux !I am so proud and pleased with TPS. Daily routines and transitions are becoming second nature...

La semaine du 21 Octobre a l’ecole

TPS1 – Caroline & Clarisse (2’s) Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS-1,After our amazing Scavenger Hunt Field Trip to Umstead where we successfully found Dora and all her friends,  we welcomed them all back to school and scolded them for escaping!TPS-1 is doing great with following daily routines and transitions. Some of the students know...

La semaine du 14 octobre a l’ecole

All classes of the preschool have been working on our visit to Umstead park: trees, leaves, colors, animals, their food… The children have been rehearsing some of the Autumn songs together. We celebrated 2 birthdays : Olivia who turned 4 and Matthieu who turned 3. Message from the teachers: We have disturbing news, parents! Dora and her little...

La semaine du 7 octobre a l’ecole

We would like to remind all families from Preschool that next Friday morning we will have a field trip, and one chaperone/family is needed. More details to come! TPS1 – Caroline & Clarisse (2’s) Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS-1This week, it has been my pleasure to quickly begin to connect with and understand...

La semaine du 30 septembre a l’ecole

TPS1 (2’s) – Caroline & Clarisse Hello/Bonjour Parents, Grandparents and guardians of TPS1.First, I would like to thank Sophie and Milaure for giving me the opportunity to join L’ecole. I am delighted to be here and to support the program that Milaure already has in place.My biggest goal for the week was to create a smooth...

La semaine du 23 septembre a l’ecole

TPS1 (2’s class) – Milaure This week we have worked all together to a common artwork based on our theme of the year called: “l’arbre”. We used sticks, herbs, bark, pines cones, leaves… things that we found in the nature to make an awesome little boy (garçon) and a pretty little girl (fille). Such an amazing...

La semaine du 16 septembre a l’ecole

TPS1 (2’s class) – Milaure The little ones had so much fun this week picking up leaves on the parking and in our playground. We also picked up some sticks, pines cones and bark from the trees that will be used for our different projects and art works around our theme of the year called...

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