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We are looking for a full-time History/Geography teacher for collège and lycée, for September 2016.  Successful candidates should be native speakers, fully qualified, and located within easy reach of La Celle St Cloud. Apply to recruitment@sectioninternationale.org
We are looking for a Part-time Operations Director for September 2016. Successful candidates should have a clear understanding of the French educational system, complete fluency in French and in English, excellent communication skills and a minimum of 5 years in operations management. Apply to recruitment@sectioninternationale.org before 20 June 2016. 

We are looking for replacement English teachers (Primary, College and Lycée levels) and also History/Geography English teachers for College and Lycée. Successful candidates should be native speakers, fully qualified and located within easy reach of La Celle St Cloud. Apply to recruitment@sectioninternationale.org


Great success for the first edition of our International Food Fair!
Fun was had by all at our first food fair, which took place in the very pleasant cafeteria of the collège in Noisy-le-Roi.
Section Internationale families sampled delicacies from around the world. From cookies to crepes to curries, from spring rolls to scones to samosas, there was a taste for every palate under the sun. On top of this the weather was great, making the day an even greater success!
Who knew that Americans ate an average of 1,000 cookies  per person every year or that the Australians’ favourite meat was not kangaroo? All of this was revealed at the end of a trivia contest that the little ones really enjoyed.
We wish to thank everyone for the incredible turnout and their participation in making this event a memorable one.
See you next year!



Some of the highlights from our May/June 2016 Newsletter - click through to read this month's issue.

Primary Fun Day
On Wednesday 8 June the Wednesday Primary programme completed their school year with the traditional ‘Fun Day’. We were extremely lucky with the weather:  sunny, dry and warm.
This year we commemorated the Queen’s 90th Birthday and used this British theme for a dressing up game and buffet tea. The playground was decorated with Union Jack bunting and the buffet looked festive.
One of the team games was to dress one person with various ‘queen’ items:  a cape, crown, necklace, bracelet, handbag and flags. See our glorious queens below! 

We said goodbye to our CM2 students, wishing them all the best for their future college year.

We also wish Sarah Snape, our CE1 teacher all the very best in her move back to the UK.


A big thank you to all the volunteer primary parents who have helped to make the various events this year a success, and we hope you will continue to support us next year with even more volunteers to help!

You can find a great collection of photos through this link!

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