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Posted on the 13th of August, 2015 at 9:26 pm
Bastille Day

On 14 July 1789, an outraged group of Parisians stormed the Bastille prison, fighting for the freedom of all citizens from the civil inequality.  Their struggle and raging fight for freedom is now a national French holiday which celebrates their triumphant efforts. 

On Tuesday 14 July, we celebrated the phenomenal occasion with our very own French Café at Chester Hill High.  The library was wonderfully decorated with the proud colours of the French flag, and images of significant monuments and beautiful scenery of France.  We were very excited to be the waiters and waitresses on the day, busily walking around in our cute berets and scarves while trying to balance the French pastries on our trays.  The dreamy French music played throughout the “café” and all the customers indulged in the French pastries whilst chatting to their friends.  It really felt like we were in France. 

It was a tiring yet exhilarating experience.  Even if we were tired at the end of it all, we were, and still are, very grateful to have been a part of the event. The waiters were the ex and current French students along with our friends, it truly felt like we were a team.  We worked hard and well together, always helping each other out.  The one person we are very thankful to is the fantastic Ms Mateus.  She has put so much hard work and effort towards Bastille Day and we are eternally grateful to her for allowing us to participate in this unforgettable experience.



Every 14 July, we will always remember what we did , how we felt and the French struggle for freedom and of course Ms Mateus!

MERCI BEAUCOUP – by  Lisa Huynh - Yr 10 French 

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