- What is our true reason for posting our pictures, videos etc online?
- Why do we think society now values followers, likes and comments on someone’s post as a measure of their success?
The atmosphere on the school campus today was vibrant, as we celebrated CDL day, a day where we aim to raise awareness about climate change. This special day also saw the return of the Grand Prix, an anuual running race on campus for all grades. Due to the global pandemic, the Grand Prix hasn’t been able to take place on campus for 2 years. Well done to all the Léman 1 boys, and all the Boarding students who took part in this incredible event today.
On Saturday evening Karim went with a group from CDL to attend the Swiss Tech Convention which was showcasing the Legends of Space show.
They had the incredible opportunity to be around astronauts that have actually set foot on the moon – a rare and memorable moment.
This sunny morning Ablai woke up bright and early for a 5km run.
While he feels he could have pushed himself more, we’re impressed by his motivation!
On Saturday morning, a few of our boys attended the Cooking activity and made some lovely cheesecake.
We are quite proud to announce that Amir has won Gold for his Romantic Period Piece Performance, Silver in the 15 and Under category and a prize for Fantastic Technique in the London Young Musicians International Competition!
We are quite proud of this talented young man.
Introducing, the fourth pillar of our Wellbeing programme – Online Safety.
- When we think we are being funny or witty or purposefully insensitive towards someone else’s post are we really aware of the potential harm or hurt we can cause.
- Posting a funny picture or video of someone or your friend can be online– forever!
Carlos enjoying the ride today in Champery and Crozet.
A little sweet and a little savory, tonight both Leman 1 & Leman 2 got together and had a blast making some delicious crepes and raclette.
We enjoyed an evening full of laughs, music, and of course – cheese.
Amirhossein and Zihao spent Saturday morning cooking up a storm.
Apparently, they made a red berry crumble. I say apparently because it was gone before anyone could take a picture of it!
Congratulations to Iman for winning this weekends SGIS Badminton tournament in Lausanne!
His legs sure are tired though.
Some seriously impressive play.
Keeping the energy levels up.
We would like to congratulate Amir on a fantastic achievement today! Amir took part in the Geneva Conservatoire North American Composers Competition. A competition he has been practicing for for a long time.
Amir was deservedly crowned the WINNER of this competition!
We are all so so proud of him. Well done Amir.
We would like to give a warm welcome to the latest addition of the Léman 1 team. Mr Tarun has now joined us as a Houseparent. Mr Tarun has worked in the Léman building before as well as several other Boarding Houses here at Collège du Léman. Mr Tarun is already well known by the Léman boys and we are delighted to have him back with us. Welcome Tarun!!
We start the term without a longstanding figure within The Léman 1 Boarding House. Mr Gordon has been a Houseparent in Léman 1 for almost 10 years and will now go to work in The Olympus Boarding House. Although he is not going far, he will be missed by all of us in Léman 1. We would like to thank Mr Gordon for everything he has done for us. We wish him all the best for his next adventure. See you soon, Mr Gordon.