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France

Discussion in 'Primary' started by intack, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. Hi
    We are looking at France as our creative curriculum this half term and are covering Monet, looking at structures (Building eiffel tower from straws), rivers, mountains and a focus on one town or city in France for each class.
    I am trying to link(via emails,, and maybe writing) to a school In France and wondered if anyone had any links or ideas how to go about this. Thanks

     
  2. Hi
    We are looking at France as our creative curriculum this half term and are covering Monet, looking at structures (Building eiffel tower from straws), rivers, mountains and a focus on one town or city in France for each class.
    I am trying to link(via emails,, and maybe writing) to a school In France and wondered if anyone had any links or ideas how to go about this. Thanks

     
  3. Etwinning.net is wonderful for setting up projects with schools all over the EU including France.

     
  4. Why not contact your local secondary school? They generally have contacts with a high school in France that they exchange with. They should be able to give you details of primary schools in the same town.
     
  5. Thanks will try both suggestions

     

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