Lycée International de Londres scrupulously respects the contents of the programs of the French Ministry of Education while providing students with an open, bilingual environment on British culture and society enabling them to achieve fluency in French and English. French remains the first language of learning. English is gradually introduced through some subjects such as art and physical education, but also, in part, in sciences and humanities. Each teacher teaches in his mother tongue, thus sharing with students his own educational culture.
Starting in September 2016, the Primary curriculum will be taught 60% in French over six half-days and 40% in English over four half-days from Year 1 to Year 6. Discovery Classes that go beyond the curriculum and stretch our students' imagination are offered twice a week in either language.
Example of a Primary Class Weekly organisation: