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Apesia is organising a showing of Sing Street on March 22nd at 5.30pm, at the Nogent Royal Palace Cinema. Ticket prices are subsidised by Apesia and are half price: only 4 euros!

Sing Street is based in Dublin, Ireland and tells the story of a teenager, Conor, who starts up his own band to impress an aspiring model, Raphina.

The film will be in English with French subtitles.

Come and join us! Reserve your ticket by sending an email to contact@apesia94.org

On  October 12th we held a Q&A session at the Lycée Branly about opportunities for studying abroad. Speakers at the meeting included parents whose children are now studying in England and Scotland (or whose children had successfully applied to study abroad but finally chose to stay in France). We talked in detail about the application process through UCAS, tuition fees, the financial help available, the trials and tribulations of writing the personal statement and life for our children abroad. We also received feedback from a member who attended the International Student Fair organised in Paris in September by the association CIS (Council for International Schools) in partnership with AAWE. Several parents expressed an interest in Canada and an Apesia member whose child successfully applied to a Canadian university would be very pleased to share his experience with us. He could not attend the meeting on this occasion but we will organise another session very soon.
In the meantime, please find below a list of organisations and events that could be useful to you and your children:

The SOS Help Autumn book sale will arrive in Paris in September!
Our popular sale of English Language Books will provide you with the opportunity to refresh your book shelves with some great new reads.