School federation’s French day
- Credit: Archant
BAGUETTES, croissants and cheese were served up for breakfast at two Nailsea schools.
Hannah More Infant School and Grove Junior School held a French day to celebrate the federation of schools’ language of the term.
The youngsters enjoyed tucking into the continental breakfasts and were also able to try other French dishes on the menu.
Pupils read stories in French and Grove children visited Hannah More school to teach the pupils the French version of the song Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. Pupils from both schools dressed in red, white and blue to match the country’s flag.
Some also wore berets, donned moustaches and wore clothes with France’s most famous attractions and landmarks.
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Talented children also made a model version of the Eiffel Tower and enjoyed learning about the different culture, language and food of France.
Hannah More and Grove schools share the same site in Whiteoak Way and became a federation in 2012 to recognise their close partnership.
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