90 Year 9 students will be fortunate on Friday 21st November to spend the day in Lille. They will be able to discover the Christmas market which this year will have 83 traditional chalets. They will be completing a quiz in pairs and will also have ample time to stock up for Christmas. Christmas has definitely come in early for Year 9 this year!
One week to go before Yr 10 set off to France on a 3 day trip. This year we will be staying in northern France 2 hrs away from Calais on the grounds of Le Chateau de Warsy. We will be glamping and do a mixture of sports and languages activities. If you have not yet handed in your EHIC to your French teacher please make sure you do.
The Bouygues Business Language Champions programme was launched in August 2011, inviting schools across London and the South East – where Bouygues UK predominantly operates – to participate in the scheme.
Plashet is taking part for the fisrt time in 2014. We are sending 2 teams of 4 Year 10 GCSE French "Ambassadrices" to visit the Bouygues UK Head Office in Waterloo to take part in the annual business languages competition. The winning Plashet team will go forward to compete against other schools to win a trip to Paris.
The prestigious prize kicks off with a tour of Challenger, the headquarters of Bouygues UK’s parent company Bouygues Construction in Versaille, on the outskirts of Paris. The spectacular complex, which caters for 3,200 of the Bouygues Group’s employees, includes an opportunity for the students to enjoy an authentic French lunch. The remainder of the trip involves a mixture of organised and independent site seeing so that pupils can experience the beautiful French capital in their own way.
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