It was a hectic & action packed weekend here at CDL with the Concha boys.
First up on the agenda, a group of the lads got to go and watch the derby match between Servette FC and Lausanne at Stade de Genéve stadium.
A thrilling match from start to end, ending in a 2 – 1 victory for Servette.
A happier lad I’ve never seen!
To conclude this pillar before the holiday break, we conducted a session associated with the challenge we presented to our students. We have compiled reflections on the poster below.
Our team of student advocates for this pillar has created a final video discussing the importance of sports and physical exercise in our daily well-being that we also visualised during the meeting. Well done to them and to Miss Perrine for conducting. We will have a final word and wrap-up session next Wednesday in our assembly.
We all wish you a happy birthday Nikita!!
Concha Annexe Crew
This evening our boys went up against the Villa du Lac team and won! It was a fun game filled with enthusiastic students.
Go get ’em gentlemen
João frantically floating down the court
Our last minute sub in, Michael, put his full one month of basketball experience to the test!
Shiryu about to sink some threes
A quick photo of the Concha boys on their way to get their house photos taken.
That sun is turning them into Clint Eastwood
Adam qui évolue dans une équipe de hockey de haut niveau a réussi à marquer plusieurs but ce qui a amené son équipe vers la victoire. en voici un extrait:
Adam, who plays on a high-level hockey team, managed to score several goals that led his team to victory. Here is one of them:
A couple of Concha’s finest, Muhan and Daniel, experienced the joys of rafting this morning. Rafting through the Swiss countryside – heaven!
Andrew and Joe took to the chess board this afternoon, in a duel so legendary, it’s fit for the history books.
There were no rook-y mistakes in this battle between two Grandmasters!
Ce week-end, les élèves de Concha Annexe ont eu l’occasion de participer à une multitude d’activités sportives passionnantes et uniques.
Ces activités ont deux objectifs principaux. D’une part, elles permettent de faire découvrir de nouveaux sports ou activités et d’inciter les élèves à prendre des risques, à sortir de leur zone de confort et à développer un goût pour la découverte. D’autre part, ces activités visent également à maintenir une certaine stabilité et discipline, encourageant nos étudiants à s’entraîner régulièrement et à progresser dans un domaine particulier. Ainsi, à la fin de l’année scolaire, ils peuvent comparer leur évolution.
This weekend, students from Concha Annexe had the opportunity to participate in a variety of exciting and unique sports activities.
These activities have two main objectives. On one hand, they aim to introduce students to new sports or activities and encourage them to take risks, step out of their comfort zones, and develop a taste for exploration. On the other hand, these activities also serve to maintain a certain level of stability and discipline, motivating our students to train regularly and excel in a specific field. Thus, at the end of the school year, they can compare their progress
Joe & gang threw it up a gear this Saturday and took off on a run, enjoying the natural beauty of the town with every step.
With the rate he was going, he must’ve been trying to get over to France to watch Ireland vs South Africa in person! COYBIG!