Texte d’une élève de 6e année

Mélodie Breton, a grade 6 student in Ms. Marie-Ève’s class, acted as a journalist in January and interviewed Ms. Andrée-Anne, one of our violin teachers to learn more about our school’s history. She had prepared many interesting questions for Ms. Andrée-Anne.

Sacré-Coeur school celebrated, in 2017, 45 years of existence and Ms. Andrée-Anne was a student at this school when the music program first started, in 1972. 

Following the interview, Mélodie wrote this text that tells us about their conversation.

The music program was transferred to our school in 1972 from Mont-Notre-Dame.

In 1972, we only practiced the violin; today, we have the choice between cello or violin and we also learn the piano.

The Service de Garde activities have grown quickly. The activities are diversified and really interesting for the kids.

The playground has had many updates, like the different field marks. The bus zone has many hopscotch levels, enjoyed by all grades.

Our beautiful school has evolved a lot since 1972.

Journalist : Mélodie Breton

Sacré-Coeur, c’est aussi l’anglais!

Voici un texte fourni par Mme Jeanne-Mance, enseignante en anglais, à propos de Mme Marie-Laure, qui l’a remplacée pendant 5 mois à l’école.

Ms. Marie-Laure substituted for Ms. Jeanne-Mance from April until the end of November 2017 in grades 2 to 6 English as a Second language classes.                     

Here is what one of our grade 6 students had to say about her passage at our school :

Mrs. Marie-Laure was a very friendly teacher with a lot of ideas and potential. I think the students liked the way she explained everything. She was always ready to answer our questions with easier words and expressions. Mrs. Marie-Laure has a lot of experience and was a fabulous teacher for the months that she worked with us. Beside the fact that she was an English teacher, she was also very funny and liked to tell jokes. She also was a super substitute teacher for the school and it was a nice experience!

Mirea Brankova,

Grade 6 Marilyne