The Jules-Ferry school in Poullaouen is one of the few to have kept the operation over four and a half days of class (with Wednesday mornings) with the Taps. This allows children to benefit from varied and enriching extracurricular activities three times a week under the supervision of four facilitators, Françoise Collober for plastic arts, Émilie Gueguen for theatrical activities, Angélique Bideau for sports games and Sophie Le Nouy for sessions dedicated to culture and books. Nathalie Lozahic, in charge of monitoring the rest time of the youngest, completes the team.
Painted and sculpted portraits
Alexandra Maldwyn-Davies, mother of Meredith, a pupil at the school, who with her shop “Les puces” collects funds to reverse them to organizations for the protection and defense of animals, has offered her premises to present the works produced during the Faucets. It seemed coherent to the teaching team to work on a collection of portraits of cats and dogs, the first victims of abandonment. This also in connection with the environmental project of the school. Under the leadership of Françoise Collober, the schoolchildren produced very beautiful painted and sculpted portraits of very expressive cats and dogs. The pupils of the big section sculpted the circle of the cats in papier-mâché. The CPs and CEs emphasized the eyes of the felines with large portraits made with collages. Finally, the CMs painted the dog’s facial expressions on T-shirts. The exhibition is visible at the Puces during the All Saints holidays from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.