The Pupils' Rooms

The FSE ('Foyer Socio Educatif' in French) means the Pupils' Rooms. It is a place for pupils where they can meet for in-school activities.

There they can play baby-foot, listen to music, do their homework or play music in a special room.

There are three rooms in the Foyer, one of them is much bigger than the other two.

There we can buy chocolate bread ( 'pain au chocolat' in French ) and hot chocolate at break.

When the Pupils' Rooms are closed, a pupil who doesn't have class, and who wants to use them, must get the key from the pupils' staff.

Antonin & Soa

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le 20 avr. 2011 à 18:55

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