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Olympism at Champittet

On 20th April, we had the honour to receive Mr Daichi Suzuki who won the gold medal in the 100m backstroke swimming at the Olympic Games in Seoul in 1988. Today, he is Commissioner for the Japan Sports Agency which is preparing for the 2020 OG in Tokyo.

  • L’Olympisme à Champittet
  • L’Olympisme à Champittet

Dr Suzuki was delighted to visit the campus and meet our students. For the occasion, the 10th grade students presented their maths projects about the Olympic Games. The project included research on the Olympic Movement and its history, the use of technology, and the production of videos and posters. Dr Suzuki also attended a presentation on the link between the Olympic values ​​and those ​​of Champittet which our 11IGCSE students had prepared in their French class. Finally, some art produced by our students using usual sports expressions were displayed in the library.

Our students learnt a lot from Dr Suzuki’s visit and were happy to receive some precious advices from an Olympic champion. This visit also enabled us to reflect on how we could integrate the Olympic values even more ​​in our daily lives and in our programmes!