WEDNESDAY 14th of JUNE 2023

A message From LCS

Dear Parents,

We extend our best wishes to the students who are taking the French Baccalaureate exams, with the written exam on June 14th and the oral exams for anticipated subjects from June 21st to 23rd. We also send our best wishes to our 3ème students who will soon be taking the Diplôme National du Brevet. Good luck to all of you!
As every year, we provide you with the topics of the Philosophy Baccalaureate, and which one would you have chosen?

Finally, on Sunday, June 25th, at dawn, the LCS will join the procession that will parade on the Harbor Bridge for the kickoff of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.
We count on the presence of the students, wearing their LCS polos, to proudly represent the French colours.
The spots are limited, so please register if you wish to participate. All the information is listed below.

Thank you.
Kind regards,

Nicolas l’Hotellier


Graduation Ceremony for Baccalaureate, IB, and BFI Diplomas - June 22, 2023

Important Dates

22nd June 2023 Graduation ceremony & GALA 2022-2023

25th June  Celebration Parade: FIFA Women's World Cup 2023

29th June 2023 Awarding of Baccalaureate Medals at the French Consulate in Sydney

29th June 2023 CM2 go to the Jewish Museum

6th August 2023 Closing enrolment to canteen

18th August 2023 Display of musical programs, sport organisations and AES

21st August 2023 Opening of enrolment to musical programs, sport organisations and AES

LCS Community

You wish to become an intervener? Share your talents -AES for GS 

The elected parents would like to thank you for taking the time to respond to the questionnaire regarding AES. The school and the elected parents are working together to find solutions.

The school is looking for service providers to increase the capacity for accommodating GS students. In order to address this need, we would like to request your assistance. If you know any professionals or would like to offer your own services in areas such as photography, visual arts, music, coding, etc., we kindly ask you to fill out this form.

It is important to note that the activities being sought should be indoor activities (non-sport related) that can be conducted within the premises. Each session should have a duration of 1 hour and 30 minutes, between 15:45 and 17:15, and there will be 10 participating children.
A Working with Children Check (WWCC) is required.

If you have any questions, please send an email to the following address:

Invitation to the FIFA Women's World Cup Opening Ceremony

We are pleased to invite you, on behalf of the organising team of the FIFA Women's World Cup event, to join us for the official parade taking place on June 25, 2023, on the Sydney Harbour Bridge at sunrise (6 a.m.). Your presence would be an honour for us, and we hope to see many of you at this special event.
We are expecting many students from LCS (wearing the LCS sports polo), so don't forget to register.
Many tickets to the World Cup to be won!

Poetry Recital Competition 2023

Last Thursday the English department held a poetry recital competition for students from 6e - 1ere. Class finalists recited their poem in front of a panel of judges. The students were all awarded certificates.
The winners took home a prize.
A big thank you to Yannick Prouteau (Vie Scolaire), Margherita Contafio (English Dept), Karen O’Brien (CM2) and Amelie Petit (Year 11 BFI) who gave up their time to be on the jury.

This competition is based on the UK one called Poetry By Heart and aims to develop student confidence with poetry in an enjoyable, accessible and engaging way. More information can be found here:

Simon Armitage, the UK Poet Laureate reminds us that reciting a poem is much more than simply learning a poem by heart:

"The poems we learn when we’re young stay with us for the rest of our lives. They become embedded in our thinking, and when we bring them to mind, or to our lips, they remind us who we are as people, and the things we believe in. They become personal and invaluable, and what’s more they are free gifts – there for the taking. We call it learning by heart, and I think such learning can only make our hearts bigger and stronger."

Valentina Carey

Music Show 

On June 8th, the musical performance captivated the attending audience. Students from all grade levels combined their talents to deliver a memorable performance.

The event, organised by Yumiko Yamaji, brought together a wide range of musical genres.
The show allowed students to share their talent with their families, friends, and teachers, showcasing the importance of music in their education.

Congratulations to all the participants and music teachers for this memorable show that enchanted the school audience.

Theater at LCS

Donkey Skin

Last night, the students amazed the audience with their performance of the famous tale "Donkey Skin". 
Months of rehearsals and preparations paid off as each student gave their best on stage. The colourful costumes and intricate set design added a visual and aesthetic dimension to this exceptional performance.

We would like to congratulate all the students, teachers, and parents for their dedication and hard work in making this performance a success. Bravo to everyone for this magical and unforgettable theatrical experience!

The Kind Little Devil 
The Clever Little Pig 

Last week, on Tuesday, June the 6th, the CM1 and CM2 theatre AES group presented two of Pierre Gripari's tales.
The actors captivated the audience brilliantly. The dialogues were interpreted with talent and passion, bringing the characters to life.
Congratulations to all the actors for their magnificent performance! What a beautiful cauldron!

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Spider contest in the sandbox

The little spiders invaded the school's sandbox during a contest that sparked the enthusiasm and imagination of young children. This playful and educational event allowed the students to discover the fascinating world of these eight-legged creatures.

The children were invited to create their own spiders using sand, sticks, leaves, and other natural materials available in the sandbox.
Each child brought their own creative touch, giving rise to a variety of colourful and imaginative spiders. 

All these spiders are magnificent! Which one would you vote for?
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La Gastronomía Hispana

It was the students of 2nd A, B, and C who were in charge of creating the 10th revue, the final issue of the year. 
This month of June our magazine is dedicated to Hispanic Gastronomy.
Discover incredible dishes from countries like Peru, Mexico and Venezuela. You can find the magazine online and displayed and the CDI with a final quiz included.

Don't miss it!

CM2 at high school

On Wednesday, June 7th, the 6th-grade students participated in an exchange program as part of their civic education.
They came to help their younger classmates in primary and kindergarten. Here are a few testimonials:
"The little ones are so cute."
"We loved playing tag with the 1st graders."
As for the 5th graders, they experienced a day in middle school to familiarise themselves with new routines that will soon be part of their daily lives!
The journalists: Eyleen, Arwen, Adélaide, Louis, Jeremy, Katherine, Emeline.


Farewell to our two captains, Joséphine and Omar.

At the initiative of the entire team (Sports Section and Competitive Sports), our swimmers wanted to express their heartfelt thanks to our two captains from the Senior class for their leadership during the last CAPN 2023 in Sydney. 

Omar joined in 2016 in 6ème grade and joined the sports section to participate in the CAPN 2017. As for Joséphine, she has been part of the IT program at LCS since CM1.
Their teammates greeted them with a wonderful speech, wishing them good luck for the future.
Our captains also provided guidance to all our swimmers in preparation for the CAPN 2024 in Shanghai in May!
We congratulate them for their involvement in the LCS swimming programs for nearly 9 years.

Pascal Giraud

Preparation for the 2023 season at the Hyundai Australia High Performance Center

After a successful season in 2022 with the Southend Maroubra Boardriders, Nour, Aurora, and Maxine, three of our top female surfers, were selected to participate in a training camp at the Hyundai Surfing Australia High Performance Centre in Casuarina, NSW.

This center is equivalent to the INSEP in France or the AIS (Australian Institute of Sport) in Canberra, Australia, which prepares Australian surfers for the upcoming Olympic Games.

We congratulate them not only for their past achievements but also for those yet to come.


World Ocean day at LCS

To celebrate World Oceans Day on Thursday, June 8th, all elementary students performed "Voice of the Sea" by John Williamson. This activity was organised by the Australian Marine Conservation Society. The goal of this initiative was to deliver a powerful message to the students and encourage them to take action in protecting our oceans. By involving the youth in this musical activity, the Australian Marine Conservation Society hopes to inspire awareness and a lasting commitment to ocean conservation.
Zoom conferences were also offered by the Australian Marine Conservation Society.
The 6ème students assisted the elementary students in creating the Ocean Mural!
With initiatives like this, we hope that future generations will continue to mobilise and take action to preserve our oceans.

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