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WELCOME TO OUR KINDERKARTEN ECOLE MATERNELLE BOURBON L’ARCHAMBAULT, FRANCE DG Éducation et culture Programme pour l’éducation et la formation tout au long de la vie Comenius

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  • 1. DG ducation et culture Programme pour lducation et la formation tout au long de la vie Comenius WELCOME TO OUR KINDERKARTEN ECOLE MATERNELLE BOURBON LARCHAMBAULT,FRANCE

2. 2011-1-TR1-COM06-242591 LITTLE EUROPEANS KNOW EACH OTHER Ministre de lducation nationale Ministre des Affaires trangres et europennes Agence Europe ducation Formation France Lifelong Learning (LLP) / Comenius Programme (French National Agency) 3. WhereisBOURBON LARCHAMBAULT? Paris Bourbon LArchambaultis a rural town of about 2600 inhabitants located in centre of France in the Region of Auvergne.(280 km south ofParis ) The city is known since ancient times for the virtues of its thermal water and is the birthplace of the Bourbon dynasty to which it gave its name. * 4. Slideshow of the city It is dominated by its13th century castle , impregnable fortress of 15 laps until the 15th century. Onlythe tower, Who in gruntsand the three towers in the north remain today. A costumed guide introduces the visitor to eight rooms recreating life in medieval times.The Romanesque church 5. The tour continue The main street : Rue Achille Allier The spawith its famous therapeutic water, the exotic tiles and extraordinary murals was built in1885 . The town hall 6. TheSYSTEMofEDUCATION inFRANCE

  • French education system includes pre-school institutions, primaryschools, middle schools and high schools.
  • Attendance at French nursery school is optional, chilcare being compulsory from age 6. However are welcomed about 23% of children aged 2 years,95% of children 3 years and almost all children ages 4 and 5 . They arefree and secular public schools .There are usuallythree classes by age levels in the kindergarten:the first one with children aged 2-3 years namedT outeP etiteS ection/ P etiteS ection , the second one with children aged 4 years namedM oyenneS ection and the third one with children aged 5 years namedG randeS ection .
  • Children at the age of 6 have to go to primary school.

7. ORGANIZATION University/ Major College After18 High school ( during 3 years ) 15/17-18 Middle school ( during 4 years ) 11/14 Primary school (during 5 years ) 6 / 10 Pre-school (during 3 or 4 years ) 2-3 /5 Public Education System Age 8. Distribution of responsabilities

  • TheMinistry of National Educationis responsible for pre-school education.
  • TheMunicipalityis responsible for the buildings and finances the material expenses and equipment.
  • Theschool Principalis a teacher in charge of childrens education,their safety, management and organization of work in the pre-school. The principal is not the superior of the other teachers at the school :the supervisor of all pre-school teachers is the Inspector of Education in the district.
  • The teachers depend on the Ministry of Education and the territorial agents specialized nursery schools (teachers assistant) on the town hall.

9. SCHEDULEinKINDERGARTEN Two adults work generallyin each class:the teacher and the assistant . The children go to schoolfour days a week :Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.They arrive at school at8:45 am , workuntil 11:45 amwitha break of 25 minutes . Some of them return at home for lunch but most of children eat school meals. After a meal, children at the age of2, 3 or 4 have about an hour to relax, rest and even get some sleep. The afternoon begins at1:45 pmand endsat 4:30 pmwithan another break of 25 minutes .The classes runfrom September to July . The year is divided intothree terms with brief periods of vacation .Pupils are divided intosmall groups to work . School activities run on the day or week : lang uage in their mother tongue, foreign language, writing, go to a book, drawing, painting, modelling, mathematics, science, sport, music, folk dances, basic computer usage, 10. Exampleofscheduleon a dayin the final year ofkindergarten 11. OURBUILDING The kindergarten was builtin 1971and ren o vated eight years ago. We take care of 67 children at the age from 2-3 to 5 . The building has one floor,three teaching rooms , one gym and two rooms for additional activities (painting and mosacs, ICT), a library for young children, a dorm room, a little kitchen and a big playground. There are3 teachers ,3 teachers assistants ,one personinvolvedin visual artsand an anotherone ,in ICT skills . 12. THEPLAYGROUND Road track, slide, climbing wall, sandbox, Its so funny to play outside ! 13. THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA Yum, Yum, its good !!! 14. Children at the age of2 3 Sweet dreams The classroom Cutting and pasting activity Colour stamps ICT activity 15. Children at the age of2 3 Counting Reading Swimming Walking in balance 16. Children at the age of2 3 Celebration of children Festivals 17. Children at the age of4 Walking like a little dog Inflating a baloon Lego construction Playing music 18. Children at the age of4 Breeding phasmids 19. Children at the age of5 Write graphism : the oblique line Mathematics : open/closed line 20. Children at the age of5 Drawing Parts to be assembled Computer games Wooden puzzle 21. Children at the age of5 Making Pinocchios puppets for children festival 22. Atriptoamedieval castle Oldestchildren participateina project riding. Children at the age of5 23. We go on many TRIPS Cheverny Castle Boat ride on a canal Orienteering in the forest 24. CARNIVALatSCHOOL 25. School visit of Malians Participationin the TelethonOther school manifestations 26. Father Christmas at school What beautiful Christmas gifts ! Look ! Its Father Christmas ! Magic show