- Marie d’Orliac
The school Marie d’Orliac – its name being a reference (Marie d’Orliac was at the origin of the two French institutions in London: the French Institut of the United Kingdom and the Lycée Français of London) is located in the Fulham area in the South West of London. A big Victorian building, in front of a beautiful park, welcomes all the students, in the French section as well as the bilingual section (born thanks to a with the Holy Cross (English School). The headteacher is Blaise Fénart.
The APL Team
The APL coordinators are Salima MAKNI-TRIKI and Sarah SILVESTRE. You can find their details in your Member Area.
The coordinator and the parents representative at the school, elected and in relay are there to help you and make daily life at school simpler.
Please find below the list of your elected representatives and their substitutes:
Salima Makni-Triki, Marie Roger, Marie Thielens, Elfi Tatton-Brown, Wiko Nkema Bosenge, Jacques Freychet, Agnes Perdon, Alice Salomão, Corinne Chant, Agathe Blanquart, Elisabeth Lazovic, Sabina Martinet, Elisabeth Loison-Fichant, Jean-Baptiste Gaudin, Abir Mrad, Aurelia Hull, Aziza Ibno-Zahir, Kristina Aster, Zeineb Mammou, Shanna Fairhurst, Annapaola Desclaux, Charlotte Corcos, Sarah Silvestre, Christelle At, Alexandra Long, Kenza Mansouri, Laurence Boucher, Anne Boss.
Salima Makni-Triki and Agnes Perdon
Please don’t hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any comments or questions regarding the cantine in Marie d’Orliac.
The APL, The Amicale of Marie d’Orliac, Friends of Bilingual
The APL, “l’Amicale of Marie d’Orliac “ and “Friends of Bilingual” work as partners to organise several events in the year.
– The “Welcome Breakfast” at the beginning of the school year allowing parents to meet and to invest themselves in different school projects.
– The Parent/teacher evening
– The School prom
– The Pain au Chocolat sales every Friday to help families in difficulty pay for school trips and also for other School projects.
– The Book Swap allowing children to borrow and lend books in French and English.
– The writing contest
And many other punctual projects like the Pub Quiz, the Movie show, Disco Party, ..
All help or ideas are welcome to help improve these projects and create new ones. Do not hesitate to contact the various teams.
Pain au Chocolate Sales were back Friday 21st and will continue every Friday at 3:20 school pick-up.
Chocolate croissant / croissants/ compotes/ chocolate bar / fruit juice / water : 1.00£
Fundraising from these weekly sales (20/50p per item, ~1600£ last year) are allocated to support financial help for the school trips (APL Welfare Fund), and if extra, school free events (prizes for the Writing competition, conferences for parents…).
Enjoy the pastries !