France 2017

Year 6 had a wonderful trip to France in June. They took part in lots of activities where they were able to practise their French language skills, from buying souvenirs at the market to learning about cheese production at the goat farm. They stayed in a beautiful Chateau and spent the four days visiting the local area of Rue and the surrounding towns. At the beach in Berck-Sur-Mer, they enjoyed making sand sculptures and learnt how to make soucettes in a traditional sweet shop.

All the children did extremely well in understanding and speaking lots and lots of French!

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4 Responses to France 2017

  1. Ashley says:

    Love the photos!!!
    France was just amaaaaaazing

    • Suhani says:

      Yeah i know right. Volley ball was the most epic though.

      And we won the sand sculpture.!!!

      The best trip of my life!!!

  2. Rafferty says:

    Loved france – if only we could go again as a class! i will remember this forever – thanks Mr Kendall, Mrs Chohan and Ms Simon for making it so great and memorable!!!

  3. Rafferty says:

    Hi just wanted to say a massive thank to everyone at Spring Grove for making my time here so memorable and lovely. It has been a great time. My time at Spring Grove is something I will cherish forever. I will miss everyone here at SG so much – even if i will be seeing you all all the time!
    Thanks so much,
    Raffertyxxx

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