Four schools have been selected to be part of the British International Section in Cherbourg for the start of the next school year Hameau-Baquesne and Hameau-Noblet elementary schools, Provincial College (All three members of the Enhanced Priority Education Network-REP+) and Victor Grinard High School. If the idea is good in writing: Master the French International Baccalaureate in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin From 2026 onwards, Orally, tongues relax and denounce the inequality between institutions and a highly selective course.
“We want this to be possible for everyone in the Manche region.”
There will be students File and selected on their motivation. The aim is ambitious: to become bilingual and bicultural in French and English and to obtain an International Baccalaureate degree at Lycée Victor-Grignard in 3 years. FSU condemns the overly selective aspect But on March 27 students and parents will be made aware of the existence of this international section through a special flyer distribution. Department Secretary Martine Quesnel of FSU Manche “We hope that only a few students will be affected, and that this will be possible for everyone throughout the Manchois territory. We don’t have any information, that’s why we call the education inspector. We discovered the existence of this British international section through flyers distributed to parents and students on March 27, a month ago, when families had to decide by the end of the week.“
With what meaning?
This is a small question that teachers and parents of students are asking themselves today, as the device will eventually fit into only 4 schools out of more than 60. So inevitably there is a slight sense of injustice. Let’s consider the elementary schools, the first selected are Hameau-Baquesne and Hameau-Noblet in the provincial district. A selection considered by DASEN, the Channel’s Director of Education Those who want to promote this initiative within strengthened priority education networks, the popular REP +, which encourages families to send their children to school. According to interviewed teachers and students’ parents, this is not sure enough. And then what tensions are true English teachers from the Gibert Zola Bilingual School in the city center will teach classes in two elementary schools, Hameau-Baquesne and Hameau-Noblet.. Apparently there will be no additional post and Gibert Zola, a bilingual institution for 2 years, will lose several hours of teaching in English. For some, this equates to undressing milk to break the jack. It was followed by the College of the Provinces and the High School Victor Grignard “Only them“According to the condemned sleeve FSU “A method based on ideas, but without methods.”
The file must be collected from the institutions and completed before this Friday, April 14, 2023. Exemption is required for families outside the school map area.
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