Villeneuve. La Bastide school participated in the Aurillac children’s expression festival

Villeneuve. La Bastide school participated in the Aurillac children’s expression festival
Villeneuve. La Bastide school participated in the Aurillac children’s expression festival

The classes of Cathy Aparisi (CM1/CM2) and Marylène Broussy (CE1/CE2) from La Bastide public school in Villeneuve participated in the Festival of Children’s Expression, from June 4 to 6, organized by the FAL du Cantal. During their discovery class, they presented their play Saga Africa which addresses the theme of water, the unifying theme of all classes at the school this year.

The students were able, in fact, to perform on stage, in professional conditions, at the Aurillac theater in front of the schools on Tuesday June 4 afternoon. They received a standing ovation from the audience and were greatly congratulated after their performance. On Wednesday, June 5, they performed their play again, in the evening, in front of the parents of the students who came to come and applaud them and gave them a round of applause in the room and in the street at the exit of the artists.

The two classes also happily attended four shows offered by other classes in the Aurillac sector. They visited the city and went to the Saint-Etienne Cantalès dam in order to complete their knowledge of the operation of a hydroelectric dam. They had previously addressed the subject in their play through the evocation of the Aswan dam in Egypt which had almost engulfed the temples of Ramses II and Nefertari in Abu Simbel, saved from the waters by the international community in 1960 .

During their stay, they were accommodated at the Lycée Raymond Cortat where the welcome was, as always, very warm by the staff.

The students returned tired but happy and grown by this magnificent experience of the stage. They can’t wait to go back next year.

Last Monday, June 17, the Villeneuvois were able to benefit from this performance in the village hall. In the first part, the public was able to admire the work done by Géraldine Lacombe’s class (CP/CE1), it was a dance show still on the theme of water to the rhythm of musical extracts from the famous film “The Big Blue”.

Coming in large numbers, the audience was able to fully appreciate the work done to achieve such a result.

The La Bastide public school fair

Friday June 28 from 6:30 p.m. in the school premises: a small singing show is planned followed by an aperitif and a Spanish inn-style meal. Everyone will be welcome for this end-of-year celebration.

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