What is the PSAB ?
PSAB (“Parents de la Section Anglophone de Buc”) was created in 2003 to support the development of the International English Section at the Collège Martin Luther King and the Lycée Franco-Allemand.
Together with a determined group of teachers and administrators, PSAB has contributed to:
- The official recognition of the collège (MLK) section in 2006
- The official recognition of the lycée (LFA) section in 2008
- The official recognition of the primaire (Louis Bleriot) section in 2012
What are our main aims today?
- To take an active and regular interest in all questions pertaining to the school’s functioning and atmosphere by participating in the “Conseils d’Administration”, the “Conseils de Discipline”, the Foyer Socio-Educatif” and the “Conseils de Classes”.
- To support the schools with the recruitment process and welcome new families.
- To promote the section throughout the year at external events.
- To organise informal gatherings, allowing our English-speaking families and pupils to meet and share their ideas, experiences and challenges.
- To organise and participate in multi-cultural activities such as :
- Sharing the tradition of Christmas carols at the LFA and MLK Christmas markets
- SALTIMBUC – PSAB’s English-speaking theatre group for all pupils in the Anglophone section.
- Shared events in the wider Anglophone Community, such as theatre trips.
- Setting up an informal exchange programme between Anglos at MLK and Germans at the LFA.
- To maintain an up-to-date website providing a platform for communication and information for the families involved in the program.
- To supply information and help concerning transport problems.
Who are we?
“Parents de la Section Anglophone de Buc” – it’s YOU!
Anyone with a child in the Buc international section can (and should) become a member of the association. It’s easy: you can even do it online here . The board members are elected by the members each year and represent the interests of your children at each of the 3 schools. For more detail on who to contact for your school (and other board roles) click here.