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Francophonie Day, food drive, the agenda and much more. Here is the newsletter No. 54

Selection panel for ambassadeurs en herbe

The selection panel for the ambassadeurs en herbe took place on Tuesday 19 March 2024.
Six candidates were selected at the following cycles: One student in the third cycle (CM and 6ème), one student in the fourth cycle (collège), one student in the secondary cycle, and one group of 2/3 students, out of a total of 12 candidates.
These students will be travelling to Cairo to represent the LFiA in the finals.

Conference on "Jordanian cybersecurity law" for secondary school students and their parents

As part of the pHARe project, we recently organised lectures on “Jordan’s Cyber Security Law” for our secondary school students and their parents, with the aim of raising awareness of the challenges of online security and informing them of the preventive measures to be taken, thereby reinforcing our commitment to a secure educational community.
These conferences were led by a team approved by the Department of Family and Juvenile Protection.

Pyjama day

On the first day back after the winter holidays, the nursery school organised a pyjama day with the theme of hygiene and a healthy breakfast.
The students began by exploring the importance of sleep, then prepared a fruit salad for a nutritious breakfast, followed by a relaxation session, and finished with a workshop on dental hygiene, perfecting their tooth-brushing technique.


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

– Sunday 31 March: Francophonie Primary Expo, award ceremony for the Francophonie dictation and presentation of brevet certificates.

– Wednesday 03 April: Primary school teachers’ Council 8

Grade 9:
– DNB Blanc no. 2: Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 May 2024.
Grade 11:
– French written exam: Saturday 6 April 2024
– French oral: 1 to 9 April 2024
– Specialisation not continued in Terminale (grade12): Saturday 18 May 2024.
Grade 12 :
– Specialisation : Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 April 2024
– Philosophy: Saturday 6 April 2024.

For these second practice exams, an invitation will be issued and must be presented on the day of the exam, together with proof of identity.

Exam calendar / May to June 2024
Class Council
Orientation procedure for grade 9 and grade 10

In the 2nd term of grade 9 and grade 10, students must fill in a form to notify their orientation wishes:
– Transition to the general grade 10 for grade 9 students ;
– Transition to grade 11 and choice of specialisation (4 out of 7 specialisations taught at the LFiA).
The forms must be completed and signed (first page only) and returned to the main teachers before 26 March.
An email has been sent to the parents concerned explaining the procedure. If you have any questions, please contact:

Robotics project for grade 1 students

The LFiA’s grade 1 students have learnt to program and code a mouse robot to make it move through mazes and access its cheese.

Francophonie Day

Every year on 20 March, LFiA raises the Francophonie flag to celebrate International Francophonie Day. To mark the occasion, LFiA has organised a number of events to highlight the richness of the Francophonie.

Women involved in the 20th and 21st centuries

On Sunday 10 March, to celebrate International Women’s Rights Day and Girls’ and Boys’ Equality Week, students in the two classes of 3ème were proud to inaugurate an exhibition entitled “Femmes engagées au XXe et au XXIe siècle” (“Women involved in the 20th and 21st centuries”). Around thirty portraits pay tribute to women involved in art, science, the environment and sport.
Thank you to the grade 9 students for their involvement and to the teachers for their guidance.

Visit from the Instituto Cervantes

On Sunday 10 March 2024, the LFiA welcomed the Instituto Cervantes Amman for the organisation of a certification in Spanish.

Our students have talent

Congratulations to Rayan Alkhas from the grade 8-2 for winning the silver medal at the Jordan Basketball Championship, Under 14 category, organised by the Jordan Basketball Federation.

Winter camp organised by the Institut Français de Jordanie

During the February holidays, around thirty children from the school took part in the French and Arabic language camp organised by the Institut Français de Jordanie at the school.
The next camp will take place during the spring holidays.


As the LFiA is part of the worldwide AEFE network, which is present in 138 countries and includes 566 schools, students in Year 10 can take part in a 4- to 6-week school exchange with one of the 180 lycées enrolled in the ADN programme.
Camille Pillot ( grade 10-1) began his exchange in February at the Lycée Français de Tananarive (Madagascar) and is currently hosting his partner Alric.
Noa Cantero Roman ( grade 10-2) will soon be leaving for the Lycée Français de Luxembourg with Octave, who arrived at the LFiA just before the February holidays.
Three other students are currently at their partner’s school: Maëlann Corre (grade 10- 1) will be returning next week from the Lycée Français International Josué-Hoffet in Vientiane (Laos), Karl Leger (Grade 10 -2) is at the Lycée Français International in Pondicherry (India) and Tom Breyne (Grade 10-1) is at the Lycée Français in Tananarive (Madagascar).
More photos and information on three other pairs in a future newsletter!
With ADN-AEFE, students enrich their educational experience while benefiting from continuity in their learning.
Any volunteers for next year?
More information here

Tech Away project: Recycling and Refurbishing Electronics

As part of our commitment to sustainable development, Violette Allain, student in grade 9, has launched Tech Away, a project to collect used electronic devices (tablets, computers, telephones) for resale.
All the proceeds will be donated to an association dedicated to preserving the seabed.
To find out more about how you can contribute to this cause, please see the poster below.

Where are our graduates now?

Salsabil BEN HABIB, Ennefel and Wissal AINSEBA (Class of 2023): 1st year of health studies at the University of Lille (France).

Food drive

The LFiA, with the help of the high school student council, is organising a food drive from 24 March to 2 April.
Get involved!

Le collège en Fan’Fart

Relive the “Collège en Fan’Fart” through images, where grade 8 students explored the theme of opera and stage art, exhibiting their creative masks.
Students in grade 9 also took part by tackling the theme of sound effects and recycling, transforming plastic bottles into decorative vases, followed by a vote for the best “1001 Nights” book.
Lastly, the grade 7 students presented works on the Middle Ages, showcasing their illuminated medieval letters with metallic effects.

Installation of interactive screens on both sites

We have installed interactive screens in several classrooms on both LFiA sites, enriching our learning environment.
Training sessions have been organised to familiarise staff with these new tools, marking a step towards more interactive and modern education.

BLUE" activity: Thursday 22 February 2024 in grade 6-1 and grade 6-2

In order to maintain a positive and constructive school climate, Mrs. WERNER Cäcilia and Mrs. FELIDE-HABILES Souhila, members of the ” Bien-Être au LFiA – BEL” team, under the leadership of Mrs. ATTIE Joséphine, gave a talk on the damage and benefits created by the words that hurt and soothe.
They thought about and created an activity adapted to our young grade 6 students, to help them understand the importance and value of words spoken between peers, so that the well-being of everyone in the school is preserved and maintained.

Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

LFiA students took part in the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest, giving them a chance to delve into the world of creativity and innovation. Students used their imagination to design their dream car.
This initiative encouraged our young people to imagine the future of mobility in an original way.