Our IB group in Nepal is safe
Update from the students and teachers of École Jeannine Manuel in Nepal on Sunday 26th April
The group had a good night (Saturday night) and remain safe and well. They had a hot breakfast of porridge, fried eggs and potatoes, cooked for them.
They now have a generator running and are able to recharge their phones.
Lists of the students and contact details for the group have been sent to the embassies or consulates of all the nationalities concerned.
The group intend to stay in Nagarkot, as it is currently safer than Kathmandu. They have enough food and water for several days and are well looked after. They will stay there until they have confirmation of their return flights.
The search engine Google has launched a website to help locate those caught up in the disaster.
Culture & Discovery - Visit to Le Musée des Beaux Arts
Our visit to Versailles in Arras takes place on 26th March at 9:45am. Please confirm whether you will be able to join us. We'd be delighted if you could!
Even though Vigi-Pirate remains at its highest level in Paris, this is not the case here in Lille and its surroundings. However, the French Ministry of Education requests that we continue acting as follows :
We are keeping a very strict watch at the entrances to the school.
We are asking all members of the school community - student , parents and staff - not to congregate in groups outside the the school gates.
We request that people who are not members of the school do not park in front of the school buildings.
The school trips and outings that are scheduled during the next few weeks are not cancelled. The local authorities will just have to be made aware of them.
Please be assured that we remain vigilant.