Fermeture de l’école

Suite à la fermeture de l’école prévue du 6 au 9 avril, la scolarité se poursuit.

• Une page de notre blog de classe est consacrée à la continuité des apprentissages pendant la durée de la fermeture de l’école ; cette page sera actualisée chaque jour et les corrections mises en ligne chaque soir.
Pour accéder à la page ” L’école à domicile “, cliquez ICI ou sur l’image ci-dessous.

• Le formulaire de contact permet aux parents comme aux enfants de communiquer avec le maître de façon privée.
Pour écrire sur le formulaire de contact, cliquez ICI.
On peut aussi utiliser l’adresse-mail suivante : Serge.Galligani@ac-lyon.fr

• Pour toute autre communication, utiliser l’espace des commentaires en bas des pages.

• Un livre de lecture suivie, ” Histoires pressées ” de Bernard Friot, a été prêté aux enfants ; merci de le couvrir. Chaque élève possède un cahier de travail à la maison et les ouvrages scolaires nécessaires aux tâches demandées.

Parents et enfants, n’hésitez surtout pas à me poser vos questions. Je reste à votre service.
À bientôt.
Serge Galligani

3 réflexions sur « Fermeture de l’école »

  1. Dear Friends
    We are writing this comment from our classroom in New Zealand where we are very sorry that you have had to go into a lockdown again. We are learning about France and learning to speak french at the moment and look forward to learning from you and watching you adventures and your learning. I also have Bailey in this classroom which is fantastic as your teacher when he came to New Zealand got to meet Bailey and visit his farm, what seems like a very long time ago. We hope that you all stay well and look forward to your learning.
    Mr Webb and Room One, Auroa Primary School, Taranaki, New Zealand

    mrwebbauroa.blogspot.com

    • It is always a great pleasure to read a post from Mr. Webb on our class blog.
      Thank you to all the students of the French class at Auroa School for their comments over the past few days. Our school is closed so I replied to each of them myself. I voluntarily wrote part of the texts in French so that you can read and familiarize yourself with our language. We are so happy that you are learning French at your school… and Mr. Webb is a so fantastic teacher !
      It also seems to me that time flies so quickly. I was very fortunate to come to New Zealand with my own children in 2018. I have been the happiest of men to visit your beautiful country, to come to your friendly school, to come to Bailey’s farm, to meet Jason Bloor and to share unforgettable moments with Myles Webb and his family.
      I hope that the future will bring us together again, here or there.
      Fraternellement.
      Serge Galligani, the CM2 teacher from Brindas School, France

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