Sunday, 29 November 2015

More Question and Answers for Brindas School in France

Brindas School, France asked us - why don't the students at Auroa School in New Zealand wear shoes at School? As part of a current collaboration that we're involved in Brindas School are learning English and as part of our classroom program we've got a class of students learning French.

If there's one thing that we get asked more than anything else from schools and students overseas its that - why don't we wear shoes at school? If you look at our classroom videos and our school videos the students aren't usually wearing shoes.

To answer Brindas School, Elazae and Aroha from the Auroa Primary School French Class produced this video which helps answer this questions for our friends in France - you can visit their fantastic class page by clicking here.

Why don't we wear shoes at School in NZ ask Brindas School, France? from myles webb on Vimeo.

Brindas School also wanted to know about our technology at school. They wanted to know about the technology that's used by our students whats available and who uses them. They also wanted to know what happens if someone didn't have an iPad what would we do. Mackenna from Room Three went around Auroa School and created this video  
What Technology do we use - ask Brindas School in France from myles webb on Vimeo.


  1. Bonjour Elazae et Aroha.
    Nous vous écrivons dans notre langue car nous savons que vous êtes dans la classe de Français de l'école d'Auroa. Nous avons été très intéressés par votre vidéo. Ici, en France, ce n'est pas habituel d'être pied-nus dans les classes, mais dans la nôtre c'est autorisé.
    Merci de nous avoir si gentiment répondu.

    Serge Galligani et les élèves du CM2 de Brindas, France

  2. Hi Mackenna !
    We admire the computer hardware of your school. We're not equipped as well as you, because our classroom is one of the oldest of the school. But we have to work with the new technologies all the same.
    Thank you very much for your interesting video.
    Tu es formidable.

    Serge Galligani et les élèves du CM2 de Brindas, France