The library provides students with access to novels, specialised books, newspapers, magazines, workbooks, CDs, DVDs. among others, all in French. There are so many useful ways to help you learn French! Wi-Fi is also available in the library.
Work areas are available so students can work in the best conditions possible.
At the heart of our campus is our calm backyard garden area where children and adults alike can relax, play, take a walk and admire the plants, flowers and of course, the majestic cedar trees which give our school its name.
It is the ideal place to spend the afternoon having a barbecue with students and their families.
Leisure & Culture
We know that learning a language goes hand-in-hand with culture. That’s why Les Cèdres offers a range of Leisure & Culture activities.
We know that learning a language goes hand-in-hand with culture. That’s why Les Cèdres offers a range of Leisure & Culture activities and frequently organises group trips to Paris and the wider Île-de-France region. We also have theme nights which, in addition to being moments for group bonding, provide more opportunities to learn about French culture.
At Christmas and Easter, our school choir provides a fun, stimulating and unique way to learn French!
Students are also encouraged to discover the many cultural activities offered in Paris on their own. A list of top 5 trips and upcoming local events is posted and regularly updated.
Living in Massy
There’s something for everyone in Massy!
Whether you’re a fan of culture, long walks, bike rides, sports or history, you will always find your passion in France!
Whether you’re looking for a calm, relaxing time or you want to adventure into the most beautiful capital in the world, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Massy!
A great opportunity for cultural tourism is in the form of the Massy Opera, which has a rich and varied musical season on offer. The Georges Pompidou Art Centre will soon be opening a branch here in Massy. Fans of all things culture can also head to Paris, only a few kilometres away, and enjoy the many museums, shows and exhibitions in the French capital.
For those who like long walks or biking, you can visit some of Massy’s more tranquil areas, such as the Georges Brassens park (located near Les Cèdres) and the Coulée Verte walking path, which takes you past Parc de Sceaux and its château, and leads you up to the Montparnasse area in Paris without needing public transportation. Those who prefer going off the beaten path will enjoy jogging in the Verrière forest, discovering the hidden beauty of the Vallée de Chevreuse national park and climbing in the immense Fontainebleau forest.
Sports enthusiasts can visit the Massy Multisport Centre and find football and rugby stadiums, an Olympic pool, tennis courts and a pétanque field.
History buffs, who may want to escape the hustle and bustle of Paname*, can head to the Palace of Versaillesand have a picnic in the majestic park on the banks of the canal, or go to an unforgettable show at the Royal Opera.
*slang name for Paris.
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