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Chess Tournament 2022 of CM1 Classes

This year, the LFIB chess tournament was held on June 22, 2022 in the school’s gymnasium.

LFIB Got Talent 2022 (2nd edition)

On June 10th and 17th, the LFIB organized small shows, performed by primary and secondary school students.

A snapshot of Classwork in 5CD Literature (Section Internationale)

“We were honoured to have a visit from our CPE, M Dominique Gerard, who sat with us and heard 5CD SIB students sharing their own short stories inspired by the Gothic Genre.

Visit of Representatives from Sciences Po at LFIB

The LFIB had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Etienne CAZIN, director of the Asia-Pacific, Africa, Middle East center at Sciences Po, and Mr. Alexandre Mariani, project manager for Southeast Asia, on June 10.

4th Place in Europe at the European Statistics Competition !

After finishing second in France, a team from the LFIB finished 4th in Europe in the European statistics competition!

Visit of CM1 at Suan Pakkad Palace

In May, all the pupils of CM1 visited the Suan Pakkad Museum (http://www.suanpakkad.com) to discover the local culture and history.

Music Therapy Workshop with Mr. Eurtivong

On the 17th and 19th May, our school’s music teacher, Mr. Eurtivong, organized a workshop on Music therapy for the speech therapists, physiologists and teachers of the LFIB.

Asian Territories Contest 2022

The LFIB is taking part in the Asian Territories Contest 2022!

Visit of MS and PS/MS at Suan Kru Angoon

MS and PS/MS students visited the educational garden, Suan Kru Angoon (Angoon’s Garden), on May 12 and 13.

Visit of Goethe-Institut of Bangkok

German students of 4eme and 5eme visited the Goethe Institute in Bangkok accompanied by Mrs. Farah and Mr. Sabaté.

Graduation Ceremony of the DNB

The graduation ceremony of the DNB (National Brevet Diploma) session 2021 was organized this Thursday, May 12, 2022.

Field Trip at Farm de Lek

The two classes of Grande Section left on May 10 and 11 for “Farm de Lek” to see the animals.