Caussade.  In high school Claude-Nogaro the tattoo with the developer

Caussade. In high school Claude-Nogaro the tattoo with the developer

Why do we decide one day to tattoo our skin? A question asked by a group of Caussadais high school students.

As part of the Dispo program in collaboration with Sciences-Po Toulouse, a group of five students from Claude-Nogaro high school in Caussade-Monteils, accompanied by their teacher Bruno Bonnefoi and accompanied by two Sciences-Po students, Gabriel Frété , tattoo artist based in Septfonds who came to explain his practice to them. He first presented some of his work equipment, in particular the dermography, before discussing the relationships he maintains with his clients to ensure that they really want to be tattooed and to choose the patterns that often correspond to messages related with real life situations. For the client’s comfort, he specified that a tattoo session last no longer than three hours. In high school, with this year’s theme being the body, the high school students chose to work on the presentation of the body through tattooing, a practice that is becoming increasingly widespread. They designed a tattoo questionnaire in the form of a survey to try to understand the perception of tattoos. “How do you perceive the tattoo? What does it represent to you? Is it downplayed for you? Is it a reflection of the personality? How is it perceived in the professional environment, in the family environment?”

Access to excellent courses

Since 2010, Claude-Nogaro High School has been participating in the Dispo program, which aims primarily to promote access to excellence pathways for students on scholarship, in secondary education or likely to be in higher education; an equal opportunities program developed by Sciences-Po Toulouse since 2006. Its mission is to reveal and support students’ long-term higher education aspirations. A daily challenge that aims to break down representations. It targets students in a disadvantaged situation, whether for economic, social, family, cultural, disability, gender or even territorial reasons that contribute to creating conditions of inequality of opportunity that are detrimental to academic success. The program, named Cordées de la voix in 2008, is part of the national democratization policy of the network of regional political studies institutions, under the auspices of the IEPEI program (Integrated Studies Program).

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