Chemillé-en-Anjou. The Georges-Brassens school rewarded by the rectorate

Chemillé-en-Anjou. The Georges-Brassens school rewarded by the rectorate
Chemillé-en-Anjou. The Georges-Brassens school rewarded by the rectorate

Monday May 6, Kristell Gautier, teacher at the Georges-Brassens school, and her 14 students from classes CP to CE1 were rewarded by Claudie Palmalette, inspector at the rectorate, as part of the competition “Words to say it, words words to do it.”

Develop language skills

Kristell Gautier explains the process: La Casnav, an academic center for the education of newly arrived allophone students and children from itinerant families and travelers, has chosen this year to promote all the productions received. The jury appreciated the work of language appropriation revealed by certain productions, which skillfully play with sounds, sound effects and music. The jury was also sensitive to the simple and touching evocation of a close, painful experience, when the world of childhood suddenly shifts into a reality which goes beyond migrant children.

The students speak in their children’s words about the violence of the world and the resilience of which they are capable between here and elsewhere, from one world to another. The objectives of this competition are to encourage allophone students to develop language skills and to promote their productions in this area.

Kristell Gautier continues: We brought out words relating to migrants or war with great emotions and sometimes tears. Ukrainians, Turks, Guineans, Colombians, Romanians and residents of Chad and Angola explained what it is to be a refugee. Before the awards and diploma ceremony, the students performed The Children’s Crusade, by Jacques Higelin.

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