visite commentée des fontaines (leçon de mythologie)

un jeune garçon se retirant une épine du pied


Visite de l’usine INDRA

Encore une visite: Palais Royal d’Aranjuez

diner avec les correspondants

diner avec les correspondants



Musée d’art moderne Reina Sofia à Madrid où nous avons pu voir Guernica et d’autres tableaux de Picasso

Dans le train: préparation à la visite du musée

Gare Atocha et ses serres

Gare Atocha et ses serres


Devant le musée avec les élèves espagnols et italiens

Jardin Retiro à Madrid

élèves fatigués

mais contents



Our lycée is quite an unusual high school. Its entire name is « Lycée Pilote Innovant International », Innovant is a sign of innovation, for example, in 10th grade, we didn’t have any grades, but we had skill evaluations, which were represented by spots of different colours. For example: Red, pink, light green, and flashy green. This year, we’re going to have tablets instead of our books. It is really important as the LP2I has internet support, called « ENT » and is the only place where we can see our homework, grades, and several other things.Every Thursday afternoon,, instead of normal classes, we alternate between « Acf » and « B.A.S ».
An ACF is a project, which is made by many students (From 12 to 15) and which leads to a final project. We have a teacher that supervises us regularly, but he/she doesn’t help us in our project. We have a budget of 150€. If we need more, we have to look for by ourselves. We have one year to achieve our goal.
B.A.S are special classes where we can have some in-depth study and support classes, depending on our needs. We choose where to go, and it happens to be very useful. UNSS is a sport association where we can compete against other high schools. Every class in the LP2I has « suivi », which is a special class, where we can speak about our problems and what to improve at the LP2I, but we also fill out the GEPI which is our objectives for the future, and what we must improve in our studies. We speak about our orientation with a teacher.
We also have a commission called « CVL » whih makes decisions about our life at school, what to improve and what to suppress. The CVL is a group of students, elected by the students.  (Lysandre)

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (The Young Ladies of Avignon, and originally titled The Brothel of Avignon) is a large oil painting created in 1907 by the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881–1973). The work portrays five nude female prostitutes from a brothel on Carrer d’Avinyó in Barcelona. Each figure is depicted in a disconcerting confrontational manner and none are conventionally feminine. The women appear as slightly menacing and rendered with angular and disjointed body shapes. Two are shown with African mask-like faces and three more with faces in the Iberian style of Picasso’s native Spain, giving them a savage aura. In this adaptation of Primitivism and abandonment of perspective in favor of a flat, two-dimensional picture plane, Picasso makes a radical departure from traditional European painting. (Pierre B)

Dalí : The Persistence of Memory


Salvador Dalí was a Spanish painter who was born on 11th of May 1904 and who died on 23rd of January 1989. He is part of the surrealistic movement, surrealism is a cultural movement who began in the early 1920s.
Dalí painted The Persistence of Memory, one of his most recognizable works, in 1931. First shown at the Julien Levy Gallery in 1932, the painting has been in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City since 1934.
This painting represents pocket watches which melt like cheeses. He painted it to represent his fear of death, because melting watches represent the fall of time. In the middle, we can see a strange creature which looks dead.
When we looked at this painting for the first time, we thought of the global warming, because the landscape is a desert land, and the melting of watches makes us think of the end of the world.

Exchange France – Italy – Spain presentation

Our partners are:
1 ITIS PININFARINA technical secondary school in Torino (Italy)
2 Instituto de Educación Secundaria Alpajés in Aranjuez (Spain)
Since last September three partners have been working together on an eTwinning project “Industry & Robotics @ school”.
Since Jan 31st to Feb 5th nine Italian students, fifteen French students and twenty-five Spanish students will meet in Aranjuez. French and Italian students will be hosted by Spanish students.
During this exchange students will have some international lessons and a robotics’ workshop at school. We will visit the Robotics Department of the Madrid University and INDRA factory in Aranjuez. Students will also have the possibility to visit some museums, palaces and other tourist attractions.


! Le jour du départ les élèves devront présenter aux professeurs leurs pièces d’identité

Penser aux objets interdits en bagage à main (lire le document “information aux voyageurs” donné par les professeurs aux élèves)

Les élèves ont reçu les numéros de téléphones fixes et mobiles de leurs correspondants espagnols.