The Update speaks with Margaret Humphreys on her work with child migrants relocated to Commonwealth nations as a result of the British Home Children Programme.
230 years ago today, Bastille prison was seized. One of the most important events in European history was underway
“Human kind is destroying the delicate marine ecosystem, we need to work together to make a difference.”
Get an insight into how the Fashion Show Committee and its models get ready for the annual event!
The solution to this particular problem is simple – end the tradition of the striptease during the fashion show as it is clear sexualization of minors
All the photos from the Fashion Show 2019!
Looking to get fit this summer? Well look no further!
Four more days till the Fashion Show! Stay Tuned…
A student’s review of the new, widely-acclaimed episode of Black Mirror.
A student’s advice on how to best enjoy La Chât’s Scott Archibold Gym
All the information you need to know about La Chat’s new STEM club!
Broadway’s longest-running show, with a score equal parts beautiful and haunting.
An alternative viewpoint on the history, necessity and importance of religion
Tune in to this podcast for a few tips on how to deal with stress!
Among Geneva’s maze of coffee shops lies Boréal, a hidden gem
Young girls and women still don’t have sufficient access to menstrual care in 2019. That needs to change.
Do the moral values taught by religion play an integral role in today’s Western culture and civilisation?
In today’s episode we have an interview with the well known traditional story teller, Niall de Búrca.
Discover the stories of two female scientists who revealed fundamental aspects of science!
De plus en plus de filles jouent au rugby – découvrez comment vous pouvez commencer!
Today’s media never fails to let us know the damaging and undesirable properties of plastic. But how much of it is really true?
Marion Deichmann spoke with the Update about memories of her childhood, concerns over the far right, and the importance of remembering history.
A student reflects on her intense experience visiting the Aushwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, and the importance of confronting and remembering history.
An interview with Hanna Assouline, director of the documentary “Women Wage Peace”, and Noah and Lama, Israeli and Palestinian women involved in the movement.
Language isn’t neutral; it shapes what we think and say.
Reseña de “Bodas de Sangre”, una obra de teatro entretenida y emocionarse.
Why Harris Academy’s decision to ban slang in 2013 was never a good idea for the students it wanted to help
The current state of the role of women in the army across different cultures, which needs to become more customary
M. Jean-Michel Santal, we all share the sadness of his passing and he will be missed by his colleagues.
The now-complete Student Council outlines their successes so far, and their plans for the rest of the year
La Chat’s most popular lunchtime club might knit be what you expect!
Tune in to this podcast for an interview with Rosalind Monks, illustrator and La Chat alumna.
A review of “We Were Liars,” a fascinating tale of family, secrets, and self-acceptance.
A student-friendly summary of this week’s biggest news stories, from the US Midterms to WWI’s centenary
Current Affairs club is up and running, and it’s not too late to join!
Breaking down the Monty Hall problem – a probability question with a controversial answer!
Do you have an idea for a project or event? A PTA grant can provide the funding to get it off the floor!
The Update Acoustic Sessions are back with LCKRROOM and their new original song Close to me!
From euthanasia to the #MeToo movement, the new Current Affairs club is up and running starting this following Monday!
Take advantage of the next few weekends with our up-to-date guide, with all websites attached in the titles.
Learn more about the La Chât tradition started by a group of teachers!
Get in the spooky spirit with these chilling real-life crime stories!
Switzerland’s finally starting to join in on the Halloween fun, don’t miss out!
Almost every aspect of our lives has improved – why hasn’t the schooling system?
A way for year 4 children to help others in less developed countries.
Un petit guide par deux élèves de la maturité qui révèle les tactiques pour la réussite à l’examen suisse.
How has the ‘ideal body’ changed over the last century?
Ruth Ibegbuna, founder and former CEO of RECLAIM, talks about social inequality, young working class leaders, and political engagement in our generation.
Fear not! Advice from a student who had their resolution selected last year.