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My children have learnt confidence in themselves, and they are off to achieve their dreams. For us parents, it was a treat to see them blossom like that. When there were tough moments, you supported us. So, quite simply, thank you! And congratulations: we have no doubt that you, your school and your team will flourish!

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15/10/22 10am-12pm
03/12/22 10am-12pm
04/02/22 10am-12pm
 

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Our Programmes

Early Years Foundation Stage

At Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill, students can now benefit from our unique Early Years dual language immersion programme from the age of three, guided by two teachers who each use their mother tongue or native language alongside each other. This setting creates the ideal conditions for bilingualism to flourish naturally in a safe and nurturing environment in a class of 16 students maximum. Within a short period of time, children will effortlessly switch from one language to the other with each teacher and acquire the culture and love of each language.

Bilingual Primary Curriculum

Our school has developed a unique, shared pedagogy that encompasses statutory elements of both the French and English curriculums. Pupils benefit from an education in French and in English, thanks to two teachers who work in close partnership. The bilingual curriculum is enhanced by creating links between topics and by dividing subjects between two teachers with common themes. This is further enhanced by different teaching methods and practices from all over the world, which address critical thinking, collaboration, and risk-taking.

Bac Francais

From Years 7 to 10, all students follow a rigorous curriculum mostly taught in French, with enhanced English provision adjusted to the variety of our students’ needs. To further mastery of the English language, parts of the curriculum of Science and Humanities are also taught in English. 

Lower Secondary students prepare for the French exam called the Diplôme National du Brevet (DNB). The test assesses the knowledge and skills acquired in lower secondary school and is administered at the end of Year 10/3ème. Preparing for the Brevet provides an opportunity to start formal training for later exams such as the Bac. 

English International Programme

From Years 7-11 This programme offers an opportunity for English speakers to join the school. Based on content and methods similar to our main French-English bilingual programme, the English International Programme is tailored for local and international families who seek a holistic approach to education for their child or children: intellectual challenges and rigorous academics, as well as mindfulness and a global perspective. All subjects (Science, Maths, Humanities, Arts, etc.) are taught in English, except for French. Activities such as service learning and trips overseas are also integral. The EIP feeds into the two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in Years 12 and 13.​​​​​​

Bac Francais Internationale

From Year 11, students prepare to sit the French national Baccalauréat exam, which allows students to apply and be accepted to any university in the world. Since the reform of the Bac in September 2019, students no longer choose among the three traditional pathways (S/ES/L); instead, they select three “enseignements de spécialité” in Première, as well as following core subjects. 

International Baccalaureate

The IB Diploma Programme is a rigorous academic curriculum that is an excellent preparation for university entrance around the world. Students are required to study six subjects: one science, one mathematics, one humanities, and two languages, plus either art or an additional science, language, or humanities subject. They also explore the nature of knowledge through the programme’s unique “theory of knowledge” course. This allows for a breadth and depth of understanding that is appreciated by leading academic institutions globally. As part of the course, students also engage in CAS activities (Creativity, Activity, and Service) to nurture a complete international educational experience. 

 

 

 

Where does a LIL Education take you?

Meet Our Admissions Team

Elodie Court

Admissions Officer

Marie-Helene Sarfas 

Admissions Assistant

Nicole Jackson 

Head of Admissions