Primary school trips

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CFBL is always looking for ways to introduce its primary students to new environments and new forms of teaching.

For both CM2 classes, it's Normandy which helps bring to life an important part of their History curriculum. The pupils visit the landing beaches, the American Cemetery, the Caen Memorial and take part in a workshop on the theme of France under the German occupation during the Second World War.

For their part, our CP pupils, spentr three days in the green hills of Suffolk. There they were able to discover nature, see how animals are reared on a working farm, participate in an artistic environmentally aware workshop and set up a small show.

Offered as part of their pedagogical framework, these trips allow our pupils to open up to the world around them and acquire new skills.