The IBS of Provence Summer Camps offer an incredible opportunity for students to immerse themselves in a multicultural and multilingual environment, while having fun and building new skills. Our camps are designed to cater to a wide range of interests and ages, and we offer a variety of activities, including sports, arts and crafts, music, drama, and more.
Our experienced and dedicated staff are committed to helping each and every student achieve their personal and academic goals. Whether their focus is on improving their language skills, developing their artistic abilities, or simply making new friends, we provide the support and guidance they need to succeed. Our programs are designed to be both challenging and enjoyable, giving students the chance to learn and grow in a safe and nurturing environment.
In addition to our diverse range of activities, we also offer comfortable and well-equipped boarding facilities for overnight students. Our boarding house provides a welcoming and secure home away from home, with spacious and comfortable rooms, healthy and delicious meals, and a wide variety of recreational activities.
At the IBS of Provence Summer Camps, we believe that learning should be fun, and that new experiences help to broaden horizons and foster personal growth. That’s why we strive to provide a rich and rewarding experience that will stay with our students for years to come. Whether you’re from the local area or visiting from afar, we welcome you to join us for a summer of adventure, learning and fun.
Dates : June 26 to August 25 2023
Fee : from 590€ for day students, and from 930€ for boarders
For more information, visit our website at www.ibsofprovence-camps.com.
On Monday 5 June, a field trip was organised for the CE2 classes.
The aim of the visit was to learn about permaculture and organic market gardening.
On the farm, the children harvested and weighed the vegetables. They planted, weeded and even tasted the strawberries.
We went home with herbs and baskets of organic vegetables. The sun shone and the strawberries were delicious.
– On Thursday morning, Geoffroy, the canteen chef, spoke on the subject of waste.
– On Friday, the IBS cooks prepared a ‘mega aperitif’ for the CE2s using vegetables from our baskets. Thanks to the whole team from the teachers of the CE2 classes. The children really enjoyed themselves !!!!!
Here’s the recipe:
– Courgettes sautéed in olive oil.
– Fried aubergines.
– Beans with parsley
– Raw and steamed broad beans.
– Sliced fennel with lemon
– Green salad
– Sliced cucumbers.
Nizar El Bejaoui
CE2 – CM2 Teacher / coordinator.