emoticone   Welcome to this space which we hope it will satisfy all students in our school.Everybody can participate and share knowledge with us. Your suggetions will be of great value to us.They will certainly  add a lot to our experience !!!Again  our warm welcome to you all.

A word about our educational system


At the pressent time, Morocco gives importance to the education of children.Our

Moroccan governmemnt offers school buildings, teaching material and human resourses to provide the necessary conditions for a successful educational process. Moreover it encourages the students to double their efforts

To improve their knowledge in different educational levels.

Morocco also initiated a lot of activities to fight illitracy in urban areas and also the rural world.

47 ℅ of people in our country are illitrate.women are more illitrate because

Parents send only boys to school .They think the boys will successfully find jobs whereas

girls will get married and have children.

Children in Morocco start school at the age of four First they study in kindergatens.

After this, they join primary school from the age six.When they are eleven, they join an elementary school from

up to the age of fifteen.Next they go to secondary schools from teh age of sixteen. After getting the baccalaureate, students

Can go to different institutions or to the university.Vocational schools are institutions which students who dont exel in education go. In these schools ,students are trained for different jobs such as that of a mechanic .a tailor ,a barber……I advise all students to continue their studies seriously in order to have the necessary qualifications to be active and productive in our society.




By Abubaker Imzil




              painted by Ismahane AÂMOUME


                    painted by LAHBIRI Abdelwa7id


                       painted by LAHBIRI Abdelwaid


                 painted  by Issam  BABLLAH


         drawn   by Issmahane AÂMOUME

How Will You know when you’re succeeding ?

  emoticone     Success isn’t a destination. It’s a’s cheklist : 

  •   Are you enjoying what you do ? 

  •    Are Your connections with friends, colleagues and family strenghened by your success ? 

  •    Are you  proud of your accomplishments 

  • In the process of achieving your goals, are you developing the qualities of kindness, self-respect, courage,compassion, patience, love and hope ? 
  • Are you able to shift negative self-talk to something more positive and useful ?

  •  Do you feel more in control of yourself and your life 

  • Has your spiritual life been enriched through the process of achieving this goal ? 

  • Are you of service to others ?

  • Are you more self-confident and sure of your capabilities as result of pursuing this dream ? 

  • Are you continuing to stretch just beyond your comfort zone ? 

  • Are you easily able to shift direction if the course you’ve been on isn’t working ? 

  • Are you consistently listening to your inner guidance and following its wisdom 

  emoticone    If you answered yes to most or all of these questions, you are a success !when you’ve put a lot of hard work into an endeavor and it’s not going as you planned, it’s hard to step back and assess the situation. Is there something that you feel you’re « failing » at in your life ? the following questions will help you put some perspective on your experience. 

  • What ca you learn from that ? 

  • What are you doing right 

  • What outcome will make you feel you’re successful where did this begin to go wrong ? 

  • What do you wish you had done differently 

  • What is your intuition telling you to do about this situation ? 

                                    *posted by  Aouatif Chalat*

Do you know?

emoticone    My article is about Bigben.

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Bigben is the longest clock above the houses in Westminstern.Bigben is the most spectacular when it is illuminated at night     bigben4 dans do you know?    .

Its weight is at thirteen tonnes and its hight is 98 metres.It was referred to as the clock of Bigben.It was constructed between 1858 and 1859.The name Bigben actually refers to the clock tower but the bell was really named after Sir Benjamin Hall,the first commissioner at work.

       *submitted by Soufien Al azhar*


*Union is  strengthemoticone

*One must learn before one can teachemoticone

 *Time is maneyemoticone

*Without hope the heart would breakemoticone

*Never put off till tomorrow what can be done todayemoticone

*It is better to be safe than to be sorryemoticone

*East or west.Home is bestemoticone

*Advice when most needed is least heededemoticone

*After a strom comes a calmemoticone

*All good things come to an endemoticone

*Love will find a wayemoticone

*Make hay while the sun shines emoticone

*Rome was not built in a dayemoticone

*A thing of beauty is a joy for everemoticone

*God helps those who help themselvesemoticone

*Even homer sometimes nodsemoticone

*Don’t cry before you are hurtemoticone


by khadija farouk

How To Organise Your Time

     emoticone  Sitting down to plan your work in detail may seem like a waste of time. However, taking the time to organise makes your studying more effective: 

 * You become more productive.  

 * The quality of your work improves. 

 * Because you know what you have done, and what you still have to do, you don’t panic about « falling behind », or leaving everything until the last minute. 

 * You build your confidence as a student, and enjoy the work more.   

 * You enjoy your leisure time more.            

    emoticone    I think the best way to organise is the one which works for you. There is no golden rules which works for everyone. These are general ideas that may help you to work out your own system for organising your time   

  emoticone  WHAT YOU DO:  

 + Work out how much time you have available, and when.   

 + List the tasks in hand.   

 + Work out priorities between these tasks. Which are more urgent?    

 + Make decisions about how long to spend on each task, and set targets for each work. 

  emoticone  WHAT YOU DON’T DO:    

 - Don’t try to do it all at once.   

 - Neglect any of your courses, especially those you find relatively easy (or particularly difficult). 

  - Drift from essay deadline to essay deadline. While working on an essay in one course, you should continue reading and preparing for classes in other courses, and perhaps makes initial preparations for a future essay. 

 - Allow yourself to be distracted. Stick to your timetable.                                                             

                         emoticoneby layla GHAMRANE emoticone  



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