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Colomiers Chronicle – March 2015

The March 2015 edition of the Colomiers Chronicle is now out. We hope you enjoy the reading. Click through on the picture or the title to access the link to the pdf file. Please click here to access the pdf file....

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Alumni Greet & Meet During Terminale Trip

Blog post by Les Albiston A rose between two thorns? (only kidding chaps) Former OIB students Toby Petit (UCL- architecture,) and Hugo Volrath (Goldsmith's- graphic design) join Camille Zanni (Kings college- International business) to meet current OIB students during their recent trip to London and to...

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Open House Day – Journée Portes Ouvertes

English: The Lycée International Victor Hugo is having an open house day this Saturday, the 7th of March for Lycée students. Mr. Les Albiston, English 31's Head of Section, will be presenting the OIB Section including how it functions, expectations for students, and school life. The...

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Terminale trip to London – Live update

Blog post by Les Albiston Inspired by their Globe theatre workshop on "King Lear" this year's group on the annual Terminale trip to London have put on an impromptu performance of the play to a fascinated (and bemused) audience in the Tate Modern. This installation has...

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Colomiers Chronicle – December 2014

The December 2014 edition of the Colomiers Chronicle is now out. We hope you enjoy the reading. Click through on the picture or the title to access the link to the pdf file. We try to give you up to date news about the events...

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Paddington in VO

Blog Post by Florent Robart Dear all, ‘Le Central’ Cinema in Colomiers is showing Paddington in the original English version (subtitled in French) and we thought you might like to know about it. PADDINGTON, From the producer of Harry Potter Director: Paul King Starring Ben Whishaw, Hugh Bonneville, Nicole Kidman,...

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Lest we Remember…

Blog post by Les Albiston: In Alan Bennett’s “The History Boys,” Irwin, the new young history teacher claims “there is no better way of forgetting something than by commemorating it.” He makes the statement during a class discussion on World War I and it challenges his...

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A Ghostly & Ghoulish Halloween Party

Blog post by James Westgarth: A ghostly and ghoulish time was had by all at the English 31 Halloween party on Saturday 8th November. There was an impressive display of fancy dress, from witches to monsters, from spiders to vampires. All the children (and parents!) did...

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