French at Rosendale

Monthly Archives: May 2013

Last Thursday, most of year 5 went to Boulogne-sur-mer, France! We went via the euro tunnel (which was very exciting!). The train takes about 35 minutes (which is quite fast!).
When we got into France we to took another 20 minute coach drive in till we got the restraunt ‘the pain show’. I had the vegetarian option (which was a omelette and it was great!). We then went shopping (my favourite event if the trip!). I bought a yellow beret (not my colour), a golden-plated Eiffel tower for my mums work desk (to remind her of France), and a (all gone now) loaf of bread.
We then went to the beach. We walk around and buried people (don’t tell mamazel)!). We then went to the boulangerie where we learnt to make croissants and baguettes!


Here we are making baguettes in La Boulangerie!


Here is Monsieur le Boulanger telling us the ingredients of croissants in French.

We went by coach to Boulogne and our coach went on a train under the sea!
We had lunch in a restaurant, it was yummy. I had chicken and chips and a chocolate ice cream.
Then we went to the shops in the old town and I bought a beret.
The beach was fun. We buried someone in the sand.
Then we visited the boulangerie and made some baguettes and croissants and then we went home.
It was fantastique!

Well done year 5 for excellent polite behaviour and très bon français