British Section, Collège et Lycée International St Germain-en-Laye

2011 saw the first collaboration between Beauville Arts and the British Section of the Collège and Lycée International de St Germain-en-Laye.  These weeks give students the opportunity to enhance their performing arts experience whilst both creating and cementing friendships, getting to know like-minded students perhaps from other year groups or college sites.

A big congratulations to the cast of  ‘FAME’ who performed at the Salle Jacques Tati last Toussaint.   Click here to see photos.

“BUGSY MALONE”  Toussaint Holiday 2016

This performing arts camp is available to British Section collège age students AND students in Seconde.  Whist priority is given to British Section students anglophone students from other Sections of the school are also welcome to join should capacity allow.    Places are limited so please book as early as possible to ensure a place.

Dates Thursday  20 to Wednesday 26 October 2016
Price 550€ TTC residential, incl.transport to/from Beauville from Gare Montparnasse (500€ for siblings )
Location Beauville, France
More about Beauville
Age 6ème to seconde
What experience do I need? You are fluent in English and love the Performing Arts. Previous experience isn’t essential but lots of enthusiasm is a must!
Accommodation Bungalow tents at Les-2-Lacs campsite, Beauville.
Registration Fill out this form and call with/forward deposit payment of 100€ to Beauville Arts SARL,  L’Ancien Presbytère, 47470, Beauville.  Tel.  05 53 87 72 18 or 06 47 23 13 71.   Please ensure that you complete this medical form prior to the start of the course.

A maximum of 36 students will be divided into three workshop groups and each day, following an energetic warm-up, rotate between workshops in dance, singing and set design.  Theatre sessions and general ensemble rehearsals complete an intensive rehearsal schedule (approx. 7 hours per day) however students also get the chance to relax with extra-curricular activities proposed in the evenings.  These include a quiz night, film night and talent show!

Beauville Arts operates on an ‘everyone does everything’ basis and principal roles will be shared.  All students will have lines and plenty of lyrics and dance steps to learn!  The show will be presented  back in St Germain-en-Laye on Wednesday 26 October 2016.

Places are strictly limited and awarded on a ‘first come first served basis’. Please note that application must be made to Beauville Arts SARL who assumes full responsibility for the trip, which is a registered ‘Séjour de Vacances’ and not the school.  Many Comités d’Entreprise assist financially towards employees children attending registered séjours so think about asking yours!


Assembly Point : Niveau 2, Gare Montparnasse
Point Rencontre (adjacent to escalators /Place Raoul Dautry)
Meeting Time : 08.40   for departure at 09.23
Train No.

Journey time is approx. 41/2 hours by train to Agen (4 hrs) and then onward coach transfer to Beauville.

The Mobile Number of Claire Mallalieu who will be present at the station to meet students is 06 47 34 13 71.


 Parents are requested to meet students at the station end of the arrival platform . 

Train No. 8516
Arriving 21.39
Parents should meet their children from the end of the arrival platform.

WEDNESDAY 26 October  – Presentation of show to parents and friends

Venue: Salle Jacques Tati, 12bis, rue Danès de Montardat, Saint Germain-en-Laye
Time: STUDENTS SHOULD MEET AT THE SALLE JACQUES TATI AT 15H30 For a Dress Rehearsal and bring a Picnic Supper.

The Show will start at 8pm.


Packed lunch for train journey Dance shoes or trainers / converse
Warm Sleeping Bag + Pillow case Pocket money for tuck shop
Thick Pyjama’s/ Clothes for sleeping in Torch
Towel + Toiletries Warm Jumper/Fleece (Beauville Arts Hoodies will be available for sale at €25).
Coat (+ waterproof if coat not already) ‘Flexible’ clothes for dance rehearsals
Entertainment for train journey  Show clothes for Dress Rehearsal in Beauville
(see below)


Black Trousers or Leggings (no Jeans)
White button fronted collared shirt
Dark coloured Blazer or suit jacket (if possessed)
Black Shoes and socks
PLUS – Girls:
1920`s straight flapper / Charleston Dress
Pumps or LOW kitten heels