An ambitious project led from Christchurch, whose vision is to enable students to build their language and cross cultural skills by making a connection with their own roots, and to share it with others in relation to World War One.
Project Quick Facts
Who is involved?
Shirley Boys High School. Christchurch, Suzy Lallemant Lycee Jacques Caron, Arras Carole VEHENT Lycee Carnot, Dijon Sylvie Pipon
The relationship with Lycée Jacque Carron is born from the YA2016 trip when Sean, Young...
Our group of 17 Wellington College and 2 Wellington girls College students are very excited for this excellent learning opportunity, going to France for a month. We’re writing from Auckland International Airport after our 1 hour flight from Wellington leaving late by about 25 minutes. A small group of us had a quick bite of sushi during the 2 hour wait until boarding our Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong.
After giving up on finding the gate to Hong Kong, our trip to France ‘ended’, we spent...
Baradene College students Olivia Mendonca and Genevieve Bowler with the Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, at their exhibition at opening of the Queen Elizabeth II Pukeahu Education Centre at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Wellington, where the Shared Histories project by Baradene College of the Sacred Heart in Auckland and the French school Lycée Professionnel Jean Macé, in Chauny, France is on display.