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Midday activities, re-registration, the agenda and much more. Here is the newsletter No. 52

Re-registration 2024-2025

Re-registration is still open for the 2024-2025 school year until 20 February 2024!

Midday activities

The various midday activities have begun, offering students a wide range of options in which to enjoy.
The enthusiasm and joy shown by the students reflects their satisfaction and commitment.

School volleyball activity

Discover the moments captured during the AS volleyball school activity.
This activity highlights the importance of sport in the development and well-being of students.

Secondary school students take part in JUNIA engineering school online conference

Secondary school students took part in an online conference organised by the JUNIA engineering school.
This event allowed them to immerse themselves in the world of engineering and gain valuable knowledge. It was an enriching experience that stimulated their interest in science and technology.


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

– Tuesday 20 February: Post-baccalaureate information meeting with parents from primary and Middle Schools
– Wednesday 21 February: Cycle council No. 3

Careers Fair

To all LFiA students from grade 8 to grade 12 and their families!
Join us for an enriching exploration of different careers and a chance to meet professionals from different sectors, Sunday 25 February 2024 from 3:30pm to 6pm at the high school (Yadoodeh)

Installation of recycling bins on both primary and secondary sites

As part of our ongoing commitment to Education for Sustainable Development, we recently took a new initiative to reinforce our eco-friendly practices. To this end, we have installed recycling bins on both our primary and secondary sites: yellow ones for empty plastic bottles and empty metal cans, and blue ones for clean paper and cardboard.
An initiative to encourage recycling and protect the environment.

7th graders take part in the Cré@school festival at the Lycée Français Bonaparte in Doha

Two teams of 7th graders represented the LFiA at the Lycée Français Bonaparte in Doha at the AEFE Middle East robotics challenge: cré@school
Thank you to the students and their teacher Mr Ziid for their hard work!

Collecting donations for the Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization (JHCO)

LFiA students have organised two campaigns to collect donations for children’s health in Gaza, through the JHCO.
We congratulate them on their willingness to get organised and give their time to help other children in need at a difficult time.


The corridors of our high school are now featuring the exhibition “BADASS”: 10 modern female characters, a tribute to 10 female comic strip characters who, for different reasons, are, at heart, “BADASS” heroines: heroines who are linked by one thing only: they do what they want to do and they do it well.
This exhibition presents a variety of graphic styles and stories, stimulating curiosity and discussion among students and teachers alike.

11th and 12th grade students' trip to London

Here are a few photos from last week’s trip to London for our 11th and 12th grade students.
Visits included the British Museum, Covent Garden, Camden Town, the Tower of London, the Natural History Museum, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the highlight of the trip, a short cruise on the River Thames.

Ambassadeurs, Ambassadrices en herbe

Students at LFiA are preparing for the Ambassadeurs, Ambassadrices en herbe: an eloquence competition based on a variety of speaking practices.
Preparations have well begun. We wish our candidates good luck.

Our students have talent

Congratulations to George HADDAD LAFLEUR who came 4th in the Middle East Esports race in the 16 and under category.