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Mougins School has been awarded recognition by the GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS for their creation of the longest chain of expresso capsules. This challenge commenced last summer when students led by Madame Paris in the French Department started collected coffee capsules. These were emptied and the coffee used as fertiliser in our Primary garden. The 2167 Capsules were then strung together in a single chain measuring 6m77cm. Upon completion, three judges, an architect and two town councillors, then verified the number of capsules and our application for entry into the Book of Records was forwarded. The capsule chain is displayed in the Office Waiting Room. Congratulations to all those who participated in this challenge, you have now entered the Guinness Hall of Fame.

The Student Council of Mougins School organised a cake sale during recreation on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th November in order to raise money for Mimosa Matters which is an Association in the South of France dedicated to provide funding to develop awareness, support and research for cancer. This Association is sponsored by Mougins School and staff, students and teachers regularly participate in fund raising events including the Nice-Cannes Marathon 20117. The sum raised by the students was 263€. Well done to the students for this initiative. The staff of Mougins School have also been raising funds for this cause and they have contributed 255€ making a total of 518€

Students taking Advanced French in Form 7 will be collaborating with the Association ‘Un Enfant par la Main’ in order to help school children in Madagascar. They chose to raise money with a Bake Sale on Monday 5th December and the funds (160€) raised will go towards the purchase of ‘goûters’ (a healthy snack) for the students in a school in Madagascar. This choice was made in order to enable our students to commence a pen-pal correspondence with the children in the school they are supporting.

Sincere thanks to all parents and students who have donated a ‘gift for Christmas’ for children in the Lenval Hospital in Nice, or for children living with families in need. This is a gesture we have made for several years, much appreciated by the recipients and Madame Gentil, a wonderful octogenarian who organises the individual wrapping of every gift and their delivery. Madame Gentil makes an emotional visit to the Primary School each year to thank the students and is now our ‘adopted grandmother’.


Once again our Music Department, accompanied this year by our BTec Students, produced a Winter Concert of exceptional quality. A perfectly balanced programme permitted us to enjoy music ranging from Bach and Brahms to Dire Straits and a Djembe Jam. We were treated to wonderful renditions on Piano, Guitar, Violin, Flute, Trumpet, Bass and Drums as well as exquisite voices, be it solo renditions or the full Choir.
Music gives soul to the Universe, wings to the mind, flight to imagination and life to everything (Plato)

In an effort to promote healthy eating, all the bread now served in the Café des Amis will be ‘bio’ and during the month of December all the clementines served in our restaurant were from Corsica (le bon gout du terroir).