André Malraux

 

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The primary school, André Malraux, is one of the four primary schools of the Lycée Charles de Gaulle.

Located in the west of London, in Ealing’s residential area, it is noticeable because of its structure, typical of the former redbrick English schools, its green spaces and its courtyards fully equipped with playground games.

The André Malraux School welcomes children from second year of kindergarden (GS) to CM2 (end of primary). There are 11 classes, one and a half class per level.

The APL Team

The APL coordinators for 2017-2018 are Delphine GRANGER and Audrey DEBRU.
You can find her details in your Member Area.

The team of APL representatives at Malraux works hard to create a class dynamic, organise trimestral meetings with parents. The team represents all parents of the school during the school’s councils or with the school’s headmaster and also communicates about the School and APL events all year long.

Your parent representatives at the “Conseil d’école” (2017-2018)

Audrey DEBRU
Delphine GRANGER
Céline BEROVIC
Delphine RICORDEL
Lukasz JADZEWICZ
Sarah CHARIAU
Katherine BEGLEY
Elisabeth FLAWN-THOMAS
Lyse LEWIS
Paulette MBASSA
Monique DUCHER
Julia MAILLEBIAU
Julie MORRIS-LEVEQUE
Kate HALDANE
Luzy BEDOUELLE
Louisa DEISCHE
Cecile TURFEY
Katia GNOKIS

APL – Profession-de-foi- A Malraux 2017-2018

 

The APL representatives are also involved in two important commissions:

  • the Health and Safety commission. The parents in charge this year are Nathalie Leclerc et Geraldine Allot. You can contact them at aplmalraux.hygienesecurite@yahoo.co.uk
  • the School Canteen commission which work with the school board and the service provider regarding the logistic and healthy school meals at the Canteen. The people in charge this year are Philippe Gerard and Khedidja Rouni-Belhadj. You can contact them at aplmalraux.cantine@yahoo.co.uk

 

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The “Fete de l’Ecole”

Each year, the main event at André Malraux is the school fair, organised by the dynamic team of APL’s representatives and of volunteer parents. It articulates itself around the shows prepared by the teachers and a choice of game stands held by school parents. A big buffet is set up and the benefits from the games and buffet help to finance the school events and outings organised by the teachers.