EASEBOURNE’s Conifers School pupils immersed themselves in the culture and language of France as part of the school’s French Day.
Senior students embraced all things French and marked the event with a range of specially developed activities across the day.
The daily school assembly was in French, and pupils took part in a broad range of activities, which were devised by French teacher Madame Agnes Twyford.
Activities included creating a collage of a famous french building, a French quiz, traditional English stories in French and visiting the market in the hall to trade euros for French produce.
In between the activities were games such as Boules and traditional French cuisine for lunch.
Not only that, but Conifers recently celebrated a place in Tatlers Good School Guide for the third year running.
Jenny Peel, headmistress of Conifers said: “We are absolutely thrilled to feature in this guide for a third year. Choosing a school can be daunting and the Tatler guide is a good starting point as it provides a comprehensive overview of prep and public schools in the area.
“However, I believe there is nothing better than a visit to a school to soak up the atmosphere which is why we hold a couple of open mornings for prospective parents.”