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TEACHERS’ INTERVIEWS

 

 

-Hello! What’s your name?

-Hello! My name is Patrick Grimm.

-How long have you been teaching at Champagnat ?

-For more than 30 years.

-What do you teach?

-I teach German.

-What is your best anecdote at Champagnat ?

-I mainly think of a girl I used to teach in year 9. But she already came to me in year 11 during Dog Day. She was already very fond of dogs and wanted to attend this day which is reserved to year 10. We gave our agreement and, moreover, she won the competition about dogs every year. We saw that she was very passionate, but I have not seen her anymore since. I read in the newspaper that she participated in some cani-crossing competitions; it is a discipline in which the dog pulls a bicycle ridden by its master. She reached a high level. I haven’t really had much news of her and of her performances. The last time I met her, she was teaching pupils of an agricultural school specialized in dogs, in Auvergne. Afterwards I met her parents; they told me that she had set up her own business. She gives advice to the canine competitors. She is really passionate and from what I could see about her website, she now breeds dogs too.


-Hello! What’s your name?

-Hello! My name is PAGLIARULO Andrée, aka Mrs Andrée.

-What do you do at Champagnat ?

-My first function is to supervise.

-How long have you been at Champagnat?

-Since 2008/2009.

-What is your best anecdote at Champagnat?

-There are a lot of anecdotes and it’s difficult to find something to tell. Generally, I like the exchange that I have with the pupils. Wether in peace or in tension these are good moments. I have got a lot of anecdotes, but there’s always a good feedback. I’m going to tell you one: a pupil in prep made a noise which sounded like a fart. It was very difficult not to laugh. But one pupil laugh so much that it was contagious and we all giggled in the prep room where we shouldn’t have!


-What’s your name?

-My name is Mr Muller.

-What do you do at Champagnat?

-I’m Head Supervisor.

-How long have you been been at Champagnat?

-This is my fourth year.

-What is your best anecdote at Champagnat?

-I have a special anecdote; it was at Champagnat’s Got Talent: a pupil that I didn’t know and is in year 9 at the moment  sang and sent shivers down my spine. I asked her if she wanted to participate in an audition, but she didn’t want to. I noticed another pupil and she did the audition. She won a big prize in Saint-Louis.

 

-Hello what’s your name?

-My name is Mr. Peltier.

-How long have you been teaching at Champagnat?

-Since 1975.

-What do you teach?

-History–Geography.

-What is your best anecdote at Champagnat?

-When I arrived at school with some jolly good fellows, single teachers, we had good fun!


-What’s your name?

-My name is André Schlegel.

-How long have you been teaching at Champagnat?

-I’ve been teaching at Champagnat for 30 years.

-What do you teach?

-I teach Mathematics, Religion and Physics and everything I am asked to do, if I can do it.

-What’s your best anecdote at Champagnat?

-As time flies, I remember more and more. My best memory is the month of May. I was a pupil here and now I have been here for 40 years. At the time in May we were released from prep half an hour earlier and we went around the cedar, where there is the Virgin Mary statue. We were together and we sang the Rosary. I still remember this beautiful song  “It’s the month of Mary, it is the most beautiful month” Why is it a beautiful anecdote? Because we were outside earlier, it was sunny, the birds were twitting, it was a nice pre-holiday time; these are just good and positive memories.


-What’s your name?

-My name is Anne-Marie Cron.

-What do you teach?

-I teach French and Religion.

-How long have you been teaching at Champagnat?

-For 30 years.

-What is your best anecdote?

-4 years ago, I was reading a book Elle s’appelait Sarah, with my 3ème (year 8). One year later when all my pupils were in high school,  a film adaptation of this book was released. With the social network Facebook, my former class of 3ème met at the cinema and they invited me to watch the film with them. It was very cool, and I could speak with my pupils one year later. They were very happy to see me.-What’s your name?

 

-My name is Clément Vernay.

-How long have you been teaching at Champagnat?

-For 4 years.

-What do you teach at Champagnat?

-History-Geography.

-What is your best anecdote at Champagnat?

-It what last year at Champagnat’s Got Talents when

a music piece which I had composed was played by a pupil

and I also went on stage to play the drums.

 


  

 

 

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