Students from the Lycée du Garros and the CFA du Lot took their practical test of the Professional Baccalaureate at the church of Saint-Antoine. Their subject: to establish a diagnosis of the building with a view to its restoration.
The City Council of St. Anthony made the decision to restore the church. It is Pierre Cadot, heritage architect who is in charge of the study, today awaiting the building permit. The Lycée du Garros in Auch is in contact with Pierre Cadot to teach interventions on the built heritage.
Two hours of tests on the church
The project of St. Anthony caught their attention. Teachers got in touch with the mayor of the town Jean Dupuy and decided that a professional Baccalaureate test would take place on this site. On June 20, five students from the Garros and four from the Lot CFA, accompanied by seven supervisors, a teacher and two inspectors from the rectorate of Toulouse, arrived equipped with yellow vests. These vests have sometimes created confusion among residents who have seen each other at previous protests. Each student was given the subject of the exam. It was a diagnostic test.
In two hours, they had to identify the visible disorders on the building, masonry and frame. This on-site test is an obligation to obtain this building diploma.