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November 28 2014 6 28 /11 /November /2014 10:33

Thanks to the European Union Student Exchange programme called Erasmus Plus Programme and thanks to Rachel, LDB amazing Music teacher, 10 motivated LDB students have won a free trip to the island of Malta.



Here is what 4 very lucky LDB students have written about it:


"We are Simon, Théo, Dorian and Léo. We live in the East of France and we go to LDB school in Ancemont. We are 14 years old. We are participating in an Erasmus Plus European project called Comenius project.logo-Comenius.png

This is the Comenius logo. It is a photo montage designed by last year's students. It represents the European flag and the five flags of the countries which are participating in the project : France, Belgium, Malta, Hungury and Italy. All the flags “dive” into the water.

There are ten officially selected pupils from LDB school, out of fifteen at the beginning.

We are going to Malta from November 30th to  December 6th to represent France. We are flying from Paris airport with 3 teachers."


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June 18 2014 4 18 /06 /June /2014 14:50

PLACE, which is a digital resource portal, is 10 years old. PLACE now offers a series of digital resources for more than 200,00 students and 20,000 teachers in Nancy-Metz.


Every member of the community, whether students or teachers, can have access to the services and resources according to his needs.

These resources help and promote values like sharing and collaborating. For instance, PLACE enables the creation of exchange programmes between schools which can be compared to educational networks.

Services are organized in different spaces, including an exchange space which enables the creation of working groups according to educational needs, a communication space for emails, and a career guidance space.

This short documentary was shot in Louis de Broglie school and in a few other schools nearby.

You will be able to see some of my students and myself !

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March 31 2013 1 31 /03 /March /2013 06:53

Today's message:


Don't eat too many chocolate bunnies though !

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December 26 2012 4 26 /12 /December /2012 10:45

This is the speech that was broadcast on December 25th at 3:00 PM. It had been recorded it on December 9th.

In her speech, Queen Elizabeth II paid tribute to the "army of volunteers" at her Diamond Jubilee, at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. She praised British Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

Her speech was broadcast in 3 D for the first time.


the Queen wearing 3D glasses

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September 26 2012 4 26 /09 /September /2012 06:35

Today is the European Day of Languages (official site here).


At the initiative of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, the European Day of Languages has been celebrated every year since 2001.


To celebrate the European Day of Languages, a wide range of events are organised across Europe.

At LDB school and at Markaki school in Greece, we've organised an interactive quiz on European languages. Pupils and teachers alike can participate. To do so, log into PLACE.

Best of luck!

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July 5 2012 5 05 /07 /July /2012 16:00



See you on September 4th and, in the meantime, enjoy your summer holiday!

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June 25 2012 2 25 /06 /June /2012 21:15

Year-10 pupils from LDB school went on a school trip to London last May.


article de l'Est Républicain

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June 4 2012 2 04 /06 /June /2012 06:36

Elizabeth II is celebrating 60 years as Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of the Commonwealth. It is her Diamond Jubilee.


Queen Elizabeth II

She was crowned Queen at the age of 27 on June 2nd, 1952, just after the death of her beloved father.


Queen Elizabeth in 1952

Yesterday there was a parade of about 1,000 boats on the river Thames in London.

A million people watched the parade and the Queen and her family on a decorated Royal barge.


Queen Elizabeth, Camilla and Kate

These people had waited for hours, some had even spent the night there to get the best spot. Unfortunately for them, it rained for the most part of the night!

Luckily the weather was nicer for the concert outside Buckingham Palace on Monday:


What a jubilee!

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Ce blog pédagogique a été créé par Madame Lebeau, professeur d'anglais au Collège Louis de Broglie à Ancemont près de Verdun.
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