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Summer holidays, high school graduation ceremony, the agenda and much more. Here is the last LFiA newsletter of the 2023/2024 school year.
We wish you an excellent summer break. You have all deserved it!

The LFiA wishes you a wonderful summer break! Next year promises to be full of exciting news.
For more details, please consult the detailed email we have sent you.

High school graduation ceremony

In the presence of His Excellency Mr. Alexis Le Cour Grandmaison, Ambassador of France to Jordan, the LFiA ended the 2023/2024 school year with a graduation ceremony for the grade 12 students.
We wish them all the best of luck for their future studies!


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

– 3 September 2024

Bac and DNB results

Congratulations to our students on their excellent results!
Bac results:
Success rate: 96%
Honors rate: 92%
DNB results:
Success rate: 100%
Honors rate: 84%
We are proud of their dedication and hard work. Well done to them all!

Ordering secondary school books on Eduka

School books ordering for the 2024-2025 school year is now open on Eduka until September 7, 2024.

End-of-year celebration with TPS PS MS: Choir and class album

On 24 June, the TPS, PS and MS classes presented their choir, offering a musical and joyful moment to all present. After the singing, the children enjoyed a snack.
The day ended with a surprise presentation of the book “Bonjour les enfants”.

Inter- embassies football tournament

In this Olympic year, the French Embassy in Jordan continues to celebrate sport. The nine teams in the inter-embassies football tournament gathered at the LFiA for a memorable competition.
Well done to all the participants, and congratulations to the French team who won the tournament this year, with the GIZ team and the Spanish embassy also on the podium.

Writing contest

Students in grade 4, grade 5, grade 6 and grade 7 classes took part in a writing contest. The jury was impressed by the quality of their texts.

Graduation ceremony for the GS/KG2 nursery students

The GS students officially received their certificates of passage to CP/grade 1 in the presence of their families.
The performances were a great success. Well done to the students and teachers!

Prize-giving for the “Course aux Nombres”

Congratulations to our students from grade 4 to grade 10 who won the first three places in the LFiA math competition (Course Aux Nombres).

Lunch for AS students

The LFiA’s AS students rounded off this school year’s training sessions with a collective lunch.
They were delighted to be able to share a moment with their friends and AS teachers.

Workshops ADN Demain Durable week

ADN Demain Durable week, dedicated to education for sustainable development, took place from 20 to 26 May 2024. Various activities were held for all classes during the week.
The 5 CM classes in particular benefited from workshops on sustainable development during 2 days. The programme included a workshop on sorting waste, a workshop on endangered species, an artistic workshop on reusing waste and a climate fresco workshop.

Video of the circus show on 30 May 2024

Our 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders have worked very hard to bring you juggling, acrobatics and magic shows.
This performance is the result of their hard work, and we’re very proud of them. Enjoy the video and have a great show!

Where are our graduates now?

Ismaël Amine OUALA (class of 2023): 1st year of Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Engineering and Maintenance at the Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Toulon (France).

EFE3D certification

We are pleased to announce that the LFiA has recently been awarded the EFE3D (Établissement Français à l’Étranger en Démarche de Développement Durable) Level 2 label. This recognition underlines our ongoing commitment to sustainable development and environmental education.
This label is the result of the active participation of our students, teachers and staff, who have all contributed to the implementation of sustainable development objectives within our school.
We are extremely proud of this achievement and would like to thank you for your continued support. Together, we will continue to move towards a greener and more sustainable future.

Tech away project

The project, which lasted six months, collected 410 JDs and 80 kg of old electronic devices through collection events held on specified dates and locations in Yadoodeh and Deir Ghbar. The main buyer of these appliances was Ghassan from EM Waste (on Facebook). The funds raised were donated to, an association in Aqaba dedicated to cleaning up and preserving marine environments. This initiative highlighted the positive impact of recycling and reusing electronic waste to support environmental conservation efforts. If anyone has any items they would like to have repaired or recycled, please contact Ghassan on +962 7 9679 4436.

Second-hand school books application

The eco-delegates have set up an application to facilitate the purchase and resale of second-hand school books in secondary schools.
This initiative aims to promote an eco-responsible approach, while enabling you to find the books your children need at a reduced price and resell those no longer in use.
Here’s the link to the application:
An email detailing how to use this application has been sent to you.