We cordially invite all interested families to join us for our upcoming Open House to be held on Saturday 23rd April from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm.
This event is an opportunity for families to meet our teachers, talk to other IBS families and students and learn more about the various academic diplomas we offer such as IGCSEs, BREVET, SAT, AP Exams, A Levels, French Baccalauréat, International Baccalaureate and others….
For those interested in boarding, visits will also be given of the five boarding houses but based on appointment only, in advance).
In order to better plan the day, we kindly ask you to RSVP by telephone at 04 42 240 340 or by email at email@example.com
9H30-10H00 Presentation of the Middle School (Years 7, 8 and 9)
10H00-10H30 Presentation of the International Baccalureate Diploma
10H30-11H00 Presentation of the French Section (BREVET, Baccalauréat français)
11H00-12H30 Visit of the various departements and discussion with teachers and students
A very interesting article on the cognitive consequences of being bilingual.
Thank you to parent, Gina Saxton, for sharing !
WIRED MAGAZINE – Being Bilingual Changes the Architecture of your Brain
A warm thank you to Mr Talan Skeels-Piggins who visited IBS of Provence on Friday 29th of January for an inspirational talk which left our students motivated and in utter respect and awe. Mr Skeels-Piggins shared the challenges he had to overcome following his sudden paralysis, both mentally and physically, which has driven him to surpass himself as a top skier, professional motorcycle competitor and race car driver as well as so many other accomplishments.
His passion is to show others that they can do anything they set their minds to and to show them that what seems impossible is indeed possible.
To learn more about Talan or to make a donation to his non-profit, please visit the website: http://www.paralympianspeaker.com.
Congratulations to IBS students, Marie Bertran de Balanda and Romane Angerville, who won the 1st Division County Tennis Championships over the weekend!
Great job to the girls and to their tennis coaches!