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I hope you’ve all had wonderful holidays. School starts next week and I assume you must be fairly busy getting your school supplies ready for D day, am I wrong?

I am almost there too. My lessons are all neatly planned but this website is still under way. I intend to make it grow up with the help of its visitors.

For the time being, it will mostly be a platform for you to start self-studying; you will find the documents we’ve studied in class in the “Students” section together with some more general stuff to help you through the school year.

The “News” section  is the place to learn loads of interesting facts about the world and the way it goes. It’s also the place where your class work will shine out to the world !

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You will get a notification by email when a new article is posted.

The “Resources” section is more intended for teachers. I will get the page up and running as soon as possible.
I wish to use this website with my students as a flipped classroom platform but I also intend to share the learning and teaching resources I’ve gathered from across the web for years. I also have favorites which I find useful for lesson planning. I’ll give them some special space for you to browse.

All of your contributions will be highly welcome.

Don’t forget to share these pages with your community.


Récupérer ses codes Pronote …suivez le guide!

Chers élèves de 1ère et de Terminale,

Pour récupérer vos codes Pronote de l’an dernier (pour ceux qui étaient dans ce lycée), voici la procédure pour paramétrer vos codes à partir du serveur du lycée. Elle est téléchargeable en format . PDF.

Un grand merci à Monsieur COMBEAU, professeur de mathématiques au lycée en Forêt.

Have a great evening. See you tomorrow.

Attention ! Pour les élèves de seconde, voir avec votre professeur principal.

Rohingya crisis: ‘Last chance’ for Aung San Suu Kyi — BBC News

Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, must act to stop “absolutely horrible” tragedy, the UN chief tells the BBC.

via Rohingya crisis: ‘Last chance’ for Aung San Suu Kyi — BBC News – Home

Malala Yousafzai is urging Aung San Suu Kyi to condemn the “tragic and shameful” treatment of the Myanmar’s Rohingya people.

Latest updates and new resources

Hi everyone !

I have made updates to your class pages and added some interesting links for online learning. The British Council provides you with free, fun things to learn to improve your English. Try this resource some time, it really is worth it !

British Council teen website

dangerPlease note that our lessons will take place in classroom B05 from Monday, 18 September onwards. Update your schedules !!

To my 1ère STMG students:

I have scanned the pages of the first folder of our text book (Full Impact) but I haven’t had the time to copy it for you. You can download the .pdf file from here: pdf icon

Could you please print at least pages 18 and 19 for Tuesday, 19th September?

Don’t bother printing a colour copy, a black and white one will be perfect !

Cheerio, see you some time next week !

America’s great surge of hatred after President Trump’s election

America is once again divided over the question of race and rightful citizenship.

After President Trump’s election and the terrible events in Charlottesville, Virginia, neo-nazi alt-right organizations such as the Proud Boys or the Ku Klux Klan have been locally very active, organizing meetings in a great many states to spread their poisonous ideology.

They identify themselves as white nationalists, who want to preserve the white majority in the U.S., claiming that whites losing their majority status is equivalent to “white genocide.”

Watch this video on CNN to learn more about the white supremacists and their ideology
and read this article about the rise of hate crimes perpetrated by youngsters sweeping through the country. Alarming, isn’t it?

Also check press cartoons for a more lighter side of the story !

many-sidesWell, see you next week !!


Rohingya crisis: Humanitarian situation catastrophic, UN says

The UN secretary general urges Myanmar to suspend military action in Rakhine state.a-rohingya-muslim-woman-and-her-son-cry-after-being-caught-by-border-guard-bangladesh-while-illegally-crossing-at-a-border-check-point-in-coxs-bazar_5752865


More than 125,000 Rohingya Muslims are fleeing a Burmese military offensive in restive Rakhine state, according to aid organizations. Reports keep flooding in of mass killings carried out by Burmese security forces, as well as torture, rape and the systematic razing of Rohingya villages.

via Rohingya crisis: Humanitarian situation catastrophic, UN says — BBC News – Home

Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma’s long-celebrated Nobel peace laureate who is the nation’s leader.

Arctic fauna and flora threatened by climate change


If you’ve been watching the news lately, you can’t have missed the terrible succession of devastating hurricanes that have hit the American continent with such an unexpected violence.

These phenomena are very common  under tropical climate, but their intensity and their potential power of destruction have increased over the past century and specialists world-wide agree that they are just another consequence of global warming.

The Arctic Circle is in danger too. The ice is melting fast and wildlife is slowly disappearing.

Click on the photos to discover more about the Arctic fauna and flora:



WWF logo Visit the WWF website here for Fast Facts about the size, population, geography and temperatures of the Arctic Circle, a full documentation about Arctic wildlife and how to protect this very fragile area of our planet.

And even worse ! Watch the video and read the articles below !

As you can see,  permafrost is slowly thawing in some countries such as the USA, Canada, Scotland or even Russia.
Scientists are seriously worried about it because they think thawing could contribute as much as 1.7 degrees Fahrenheit to the planet’s temperature ! Read more here !

Or get some more information on permafrost thaw here !:The researchers estimated that about four million square kilometres of land – an area larger than India – will melt for every degree of global warming.The Independent

Chilling, isn’t it?

Fancy a laugh?


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