South Bromsgrove Students visit Northern France
Chris Wilson, Mr James Siddle, Jamie Chilton , Stewart Greenhalgh posing in front an elephant’s skeleton in the Natural History Museum in Lille
Last week 53 students and 6 staff members from South Bromsgrove High went to northern France to sample the culture of this region and perfect their language skills. Despite freezing temperatures, the students enjoyed several planned excursions. Cultural highlights included a visit to the Natural History Museum in Lille and a tour of the castle in Boulogne. Many excursions had a culinary theme: The students made sweets in the ‘Becasuc’ sweet making factory, sampled ‘gaufres’ in a waffle making factory and they learned to make bread and croissants in a typical French bakery with a very scary French baker. The students did manage to say ‘Bonjour Mickey’ too as the trip included a day in Disneyland Paris. Mrs Rogers, Head of Languages at South, said ‘The students were ambassadors for our school and the community and they will all remember the trip for many years to come’.
A selfie with the scary baker! Matt McGettrick and his South classmates in the boulangerie
South students in front of the château in Boulogne
Matt McGettrick and the scary French baker!