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In Normandy, high school students have no English lessons from the beginning of the school year

In Normandy, high school students have no English lessons from the beginning of the school year

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From the beginning of the 2023 academic year, there are no English lessons in three classes on the vocational track at Paul-Cornoux High School in Lisieux (Calvados). And fourth grade loses it somewhat. With the end of school year exams just a few months away, students, teachers and parents are worried.

Dozens of high school students from Paul-Cornu in Lisieux have been unable to have English lessons since the start of the school year. | Western France

  • Dozens of high school students from Paul-Cornu in Lisieux have been unable to have English lessons since the start of the school year.
    Dozens of high school students from Paul-Cornu in Lisieux have been unable to have English lessons since the start of the school year. | Western France

This worries the teachers and students of the Paul-Cornu comprehensive secondary school in Lisieux (Calvados). Some of them demonstrated in front of the establishment on November 27, along with the union, during the visit of Deputy Minister for Vocational Education and Training Carol Grandjean.

An English exam in June

Since the beginning of the school year, 62 young people have enrolled in three classes on the professional track (CAP Sales, Industrial and Graphics and 3 ine Professional preparation) No English lessons.

and Class IV, 2ASSP (Support and…