Let’s introduce ourselves to Bianca ( Mrs Lafont’s class, Villeurbanne, E.Herriot school)


Amandine, Emma L., Kellissa


Antoine, Victoria, Kathy, Khan-Ly


Gabriel, Emma B., Eliott, Tyreese


Kheira, Alexandre, Asiya


Rosalie, Iris


Selma, Lisa


Solan, Douaa, Lucas

Mrs Lafont’s students, E.Herriot school , Villeurbanne

Our introductions for Mahta

Mrs Cano’s students , Marie Curie school in Corbas introduce themselves to Mahta.

Adam


Camille


Elma


Eloise


Elora


Enzo


Fael


Jade


Juliette


Kaina


Killiam


Lily


Luca


Mathis


Mélina


Nathan


Nati


Noémie


Selma


Stella


Waniss


Wassim


Yacine


Yanis


Youssra


Zayneb

New Year in Scotland !

On the last day of the year we celebrate the end of a year and the beginning of another! At midnight there is a countdown – ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one….. HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Everyone sings a Scottish song called Auld Lang Syne that is originally a poem by a Scottish man called Robert Burns. The words ‘Auld Lang Syne’ translates from an old Scottish dialect to ‘Old Long Since’. The song is about love and friendship!

Everybody stands in a big circle, crosses their arms, hold hands with the next person and sings….

‘Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And never brought to mind,

Should auld acquaintance be forgot;

For auld lang syne’

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On the 1st  January lots of people make New Year Resolutions. This is a list of promises to oneself for the New Year. The New Year is a fresh start!

Here are some examples:

  • I will eat more vegetables. veg
  • I will go to the gym three times a week.gym

 

 

  • I will be nicer to my brothers.
  • I will learn my English verbs.