Forest treasure hunt with FLSCO students

Forest treasure hunt with FLSCO students

Despite the cold weather, the FLSco group enjoyed an enriching and educational outing in the forest on 30 November and 2 December. The following is an excerpt of what our two teachers and students have written about the outings.

On 30 November and 2 December, we went for a walk in the forest.

We observed many things: red leaves, orange leaves, yellow leaves, leaves that sting, puddles, pine cones, spider webs, sticks… We came back with many treasures. We talked a lot about what we saw and touched! Back in the classroom, we drew our favourite moment and created little characters with our treasure.

Emily BERTRAND & Amélie FUCHS FLSCO

The FLSco groups comprise a small number of students so that each one can be stimulated as much as possible to improve their understanding and production of French. The objective is to reach a sufficient level of oral expression to be able to reinvest it in all school subjects and to allow the pupils to continue their schooling in the best conditions while learning to become pupils of the French school system and to follow without difficulty the entire teaching and learning programmes.

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