International school in Paris
Member of the National Federation
of Private Secular Teaching (FNEPL)
Standard curriculum - Active and individualised education
50% of school time and activities in English
Small groups - Bilingual canteen
Supervised after-school study - Nursery
Computer training - Music, piano, guitar - Painting and drawing
Stadium, gymnasium, swimming pool
104 rue Ordener 75018 Paris
Tel: + 33 (0)1 46 06 80 33 - Fax: + 33 (0)1 46 06 94 09
Le Petit Cours is a private secular school. It offers an English/French bilingual preschool and primary education. An equal balance between general French and English teaching makes it possible to respect the official French curriculum. As a mixed school, it accommodates children as young as young as 3 years old.
Le Petit Cours adopts:
an individualised education,
which makes it possible to manage the rate of progress, not by age,
but by each child's individual rhythm. Thus, the child learns to read
as soon as he or she is mature enough and expresses the desire.
English is used for 50% of the total school time, including diverse subjects and activities by English Mother Tongue teachers, starting at the preschool grade levels. In addition to the pure and simple learning of the English language, several other subject matters are taught in English. It is 100% true bilingualism.
THE MULTI-ACTIVITIES ENGLISH CLUB ON WEDNESDAYS
The Multi-Activities English Club, functions when school is in session, every Wednesday afternoon. Based on the principle of immersion and integration, The Club excludes formal language courses and never uses French.
PIANO AND GUITAR LESSONS
the numerous extra-curricular activities of the school, optional
piano and guitar lessons are given by a professional music teacher.
Music theory is taught gently, parallel to instrumental practice.
Created in 1887, Le Petit Cours is a member of the National Federation of Private Secular Education Establishments (FNEPL). The private secular teaching establishments that adhere to the FNEPL abide by the conditions required by the Code of Education and thus are legally open and recognized by the government.
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