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What is a typical day like at l'École Bilingue Chardin?

Chardin bilingual school meticulously designs a typical day to ensure that pupils have a balanced, bilingual and enriching learning experience.

Here's a glimpse of a typical day in Nursery at Chardin bilingual school.

8.35am to 8.45am - Welcome, free play and start of the day:
Every morning, the pupils are welcomed by the teachers and the school headmaster, as proximity is at the heart of our concerns. This is a special time to greet each other, get ready and get into a positive mood for the day's learning.

8.45am to 9.45am - Morning activities :
Chardin bilingual school devotes the mornings to specialized workshops such as motor skills, dance and sport. Teachers use a variety of interactive, age-appropriate teaching methods to engage pupils and encourage their awareness, independence and motor development.

9.45am to 10.30am - A friendly, educational snack:
A break is set aside for pupils to relax, refresh and recharge their batteries. It's also a time for social interaction with their classmates and teachers.

10.30am to 11am - Recess

11.00am to 11.30am - Guided workshops and manual activities :
During this time, Chardin bilingual school offers a range of specialized activities to enrich the curriculum and build cohesion in the classroom.

11:30 to 12:00 - Circle time for exchange and sharing:
The circle time gives pupils the opportunity to share their experiences, ideas and emotions with their peers and teachers in a quiet environment. They can tell stories, talk about their favorite activities, share discoveries or discuss specific themes related to current projects.

12:00 to 12:30 - Lunch :
Pupils stay in their classrooms for lunch. The school emphasizes healthy, balanced eating thanks to an organic caterer who favors short distribution channels, preparing meals that are nutritious, tasty and adapted to the children's needs.

12.30pm to 12.45pm - Toilet and nap installation

12.45pm to 2.30pm - Nap
After lunch, pupils generally have a rest, nap or relaxation period, depending on their individual needs. This gives them the opportunity to relax, rest or read books. It's an opportunity to recharge their energy and above all to help them concentrate for the rest of the afternoon's activities.

2.30pm to 3.45pm - Fun, arts and sports activities :
The afternoons are generally devoted to activities that complement the school curriculum, such as games, art, yoga, music, golf or rugby. These activities are designed to stimulate their awareness and understanding of their environment, while fostering a spirit of cohesion and creativity.

3.45pm to 4.15pm - Snack, nursery rhymes/stories :
It's a special ritual that allows children to come together for a quiet time, relax, enjoy a snack and explore the world of imaginative words and stories.

4.15pm to 4.25pm: Preparing for the outing
The school day ends at 4.30pm, but the pupils prepare to go home beforehand. This is an opportunity for teachers to take the time to recap the main points of the day, to give feedback and instructions to parents for the coming days, and to interact with the parents' community for any communication or questions they may have.

It should be noted that this overview represents a typical day at Chardin bilingual school, but that variations may exist depending on special activities, speakers, school events or the specific needs of each class.


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