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Environment week, web radio, pink October, calendar and others. Here is the N° 048 newsletter ! 

Pink October at the LFiA

Pink October at LFiA was a memorable one this year! Thanks to the enthusiasm and determination of the grade 10-2 students, pink ribbons were sold to raise funds for the King Hussein Cancer Center. On October 24, 2023, the atmosphere was tinged with pink, a vibrant echo of our solidarity.
Thank you all for this wonderful gesture!


On October 24, a visit from a representative of Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi to grade 12 students and presentation of engineering studies.


You will find all the events on the Pronote agenda:
log into your Pronote account and click on the “Communication-Agenda” tab.

– Tuesday, october 24, 2023 in the evening – autumn holidays
– Sunday, November 5, 2023 in the morning – resumption of classes

– DNB (3ème/Grade 9): from November 13, 2023
– EAB (1ère/Grade 11): from November 27, 2023
– BAC (Terminale/Grade 12): from November 8, 2023

Web radio

The LFiA, a school for making friends.
The LFiA Web radio explores the new school year! Encounters, friendships and aspirations for the year, our students share it all.

Where are our graduates now ?

Ines SAGAAMA (Class of 2023): 1st year of health studies at Lyon Sud University, France.

Environment week
Creating art from old books

Discover the works of art created by our Grade 4 and Grade 5 students from old books! A fine example of creativity during Environment Week.

Let's recycle the snack

The KG2 students present their painting entitled “Let’s recycle the snack” inspired by the colorful paintings of artist Sophie Costa.
Using an artistic approach, they collected, sorted and reused snack wrappers and juice cartons to create a collective work of art. The aim was to raise children’s awareness of the importance of sorting, reusing and recycling.

Cardboard recycling

Creation of a model of Amman using cardboard. Pre-2, Pre1 and KG1 classes worked together to recycle cardboard boxes for creative purposes (with the help of parents: cardboard boxes and help with production). The students also worked on their nationality.
This project shows that the LFiA is international!

Recycled waste monsters

Grade 2 students were made aware of the issue of waste: after collecting and sorting waste, they used it to create monsters representing the environmental impact of waste.

Planting seeds and plants

First and third graders planted seeds and plants at the elementary school. Animals from the “Jungle Book” can now hide in this jungle in the making.

Our students have talent !

Congratulations to Hassan MAHMOUD who won first place (gold medal) in the 50-meter butterfly at the Amman swimming championships.

Our students have talent !

Congratulations to Salma MAHMOUD who won second place (silver medal) in the 100-meter butterfly at the Amman swimming championships.