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Programmes Elémentaire

During the five-year primary programme, the children will acquire and develop a solid knowledge of both languages. This will contribute considerably to their overall development.

At the end of Year 6, they will have the ability to function in the two languages with significant ease and the drama classes will help develop their self-confidence as well as the acquisition, and development of their interpersonal skills. Since there will be children of many nationalities in the school, they will become more open to other cultures and, therefore, become more tolerant.

In KS1, the focus is still on the attainment of the two languages and the child will learn to read, write and count in a very structured manner. The children will have two dedicated teachers, a native French-speaking teacher and a native English-speaking teacher, both of whom will be in class every day. They will work as a team to ensure that each child achieves the appropriate level required by the curriculum. In Year 2, a teaching assistant will also work with the children daily to facilitate their learning.

In KS2, all subjects are taught in English and French as the weeks progress in equal time periods. The students reinforce, consolidate and broaden their linguistic attainment through the whole curriculum. Communication abilities are accelerated and improved and these contribute to deepen the reasoning faculty of the child. As in KS1, the children will have two dedicated teachers; a native French-speaking teacher and a native English-speaking teacher, both of whom will be in class every day. They will work as a team to ensure that each child achieves the appropriate level required by the French curriculum.

Both English and French will be used during the teaching of all subjects of the primary curriculum. This interdisciplinary approach encourages children to establish connections in many areas: Maths, French, English, History, Geography and Science.

Other specialised courses such as Drama, Music, Art, ICT, and PE complete and enrich the bilingual experience.

Drop-off and collection

The attendance register starts at 8.25am and the lessons begin at 8.40am.

The end of school is at 3.20pm.

If the children are not collected by 3.30pm, they will be taken to the after-school care where the parents will pick them up. A fee will be applied for this service.

The school closes at 5.00pm.

On Fridays, the attendance register starts at 8.25am and the lessons begin at 8.40am. The end of school is at 3.30pm.

Curriculum

  • Year 2
    French Literacy English Literacy History and Social studies

    Oral expression

    Learning to read and write

    Writing activities

    Grammar and spelling

    Oral expression

    Reading and Writing activities

    Living together

    The Seasons

    Traditions

    Finding oneself on a map

    Time and Space

    Science Mathematics ITC

    The animal world

    The world around us

    Solids, liquids and gases

    The human body

    Problem solving

    Whole numbers

    Mental arithmetic (addition, subtraction and multiplication) Written arithmetic (addition, subtraction)

    Geometry

    Measurement units

    Starting a computer

    Use of a mouse

    Use of a search engine

    Use of educational games

    Music Art Drama

    Vocal activities

    Rhythm

    Use of instruments

    Listening to different kinds of music

    Procedure, equipment and technique

    Various elements in the production of artwork

    Abstraction, creativity, expression

    First draft, development and final version

    Development of a critical eye

    Drama games

    Role play

    Corporal expression

    Vocal expression

    Memorisation

    PE Library

    Sports technique through play

    Social skills: how to play together

    Exploration of Book Covers

    Text discovery

  • Year 3
    French Literacy English Literacy Time and Space

    Oral expression

    Knowledge of reading and writing

    Writing activities

    Grammar and spelling

    Oral expression

    Reading

    Knowledge of reading and writing

    Grammar and spelling

    Living together

    Festivals and traditions

    Ancient Egypt

    Travelling through Great Britain

    Space and time

    Science Mathematics PE

    Air

    The five senses

    Plants

    Problem solving

    Whole numbers

    Mental arithmetic (addition, subtraction and multiplication) Written arithmetic (addition, subtraction)

    Geometry

    Measurement units

    Sports technique through play

    Socialisation: how to play together

    Music Art ITC

    Vocal activities

    Rhythm

    Use of instruments

    Listening to different kinds of music

    Procedure, equipment and technique

    Various elements in the production of artwork

    Abstraction, creativity, expression

    First draft, development and final version

    Development of a critical eye

    Internet access

    Use of search engines

    Research of relevant documentation

    Basic principles of MS Word programme

    Use of educational games

    Drama Library

    Drama games

    Role play

    Corporal expression

    Vocal expression

    Memorisation

    Exploration of Book Covers

    Text discovery

    Study of a magazine

    Study of an author

  • Year 4
    French Literacy English Literacy History and Social studies (English curriculum)

    Oral expression

    Reading

    Writing

    Grammar, conjugations, spelling and vocabulary

    Oral expression

    Reading

    Writing

    Spelling

    Understanding of cultural development through the ages

    Understanding how various populations lived, taking into account both climate and geographical location

    Students learn to find information from various sources

    Map making and inventions that allowed Europeans to explore the world

    Understanding the causes and consequences of historic events

    History (French curriculum) Geography Science

    The Prehistoric Era

    The Ancient World

    The Middle Ages

    The Renaissance

    19th Century (1815 - 1914)

    20th and 21st Centuries

    Man and his environment

    Europe: a diverse landscape

    France and its territories

    France and globalisation

    Habitats

    The solar system

    Weather

    Mathematics PE Music

    Numbers and arithmetic

    Geometry

    Measurement units

    Time

    From Year 4 to Year 6 there is an emphasis on team sports and group activities in order to develop physical ability.

    Students learn to maintain good physical condition and participate in various physical activities

    Students work on developing their kinetic ability in order to improve both their movements and their physical performance

    Students will demonstrate responsible social and personal behaviour in all physical activities

    Vocal activities

    Rhythm

    Use of instruments

    Listening to different kinds of music

    Art ITC Drama

    Method, equipment and technique

    Observation, creation, abstraction and expression

    First draft, development and final version

    Development of a critical eye

    Basic concepts and use of a computer

    Tools for creation

    Tools for communication

    Tools for research, document management and problems solving

    Specific activities for the Year 4 class

    Drama games

    Role play

    Corporal expression

    Vocal expression

    Memorisation

    Library

    Reading activities

    Literary genre

    Use of encyclopaedias

    Vocabulary development

  • Year 5
    French Literacy English Literacy History and Social studies (English programme)

    Oral expression

    Reading

    Writing

    Grammar, conjugations, spelling and vocabulary

    Oral expression

    Writing activities

    Reading

    Understanding of cultural development through the ages

    Understanding how various populations lived, taking into account both climate and geographical location

    Students learn to find information among various sources

    Map making and inventions that allowed Europeans to explore the world

    Understanding the causes and consequences of historic events

    History (French programme) Geography Science

    The Prehistoric Era

    The Ancient World

    The Middle Ages

    The Renaissance

    19th Century (1815 - 1914)

    20th and 21st Centuries

    Man and the world

    Europe: diverse landscapes

    France and its territories

    France and globalisation

    Forest Habitats

    Volcanoes and Earthquakes

    Geology and Minerals

    Mathematics PE Music

    Numeracy

    Arithmetic

    Fractions

    Decimals

    Geometry

    Measurement Units

    English programme: British currency,
    Percents,
    Probabilities,
    Fractions,
    Angles

    From Year 4 to Year 6 there is an emphasis on team sports and group activities in order to develop physical ability.

    Students learn to maintain good physical condition and participate in various physical activities

    Students work on developing their kinetic ability in order to improve both their movements and their physical performance

    Students will demonstrate responsible social and personal behaviour in all physical activities

    Vocal activities

    Rhythm

    Use of instruments

    Listening to different kinds of music

    The recorder

    Reading of music

    Art ITC Drama

    Method, equipment and technique

    Observation, creation, abstraction and expression

    First draft, development and final version

    Development of a critical eye

    Basic concepts and use of a computer

    Tools for creation

    Tools for communication

    Tools for research, document management and solving problems

    Specific activities for the Year 5 class

    Drama games

    Role play

    Corporal expression

    Vocal expression

    Memorisation

    Library

    Reading activities

    Literary genre

    Use of encyclopaedias

    Vocabulary development

  • Year 6
    French Literacy English Literacy History and Social studies (English programme)

    Oral expression

    Reading

    Writing assignments

    Grammar, conjugations, spelling and vocabulary

    Oral expression

    Writing assignments

    Reading

    Understanding of cultural development through the ages

    Understanding how various populations lived taking into account both climate and geographical location

    Students learn to find information from various sources

    Map making and inventions that allowed Europeans to explore the world

    Understanding the causes and consequences of historic events

    History (French programme) Geography Science

    The Prehistoric Era

    The Ancient World

    The Middle Ages

    The Renaissance

    19th Century (1815 - 1914)

    20th and 21st Centuries

    Man and the world

    Europe: diverse landscapes

    France and its territories

    France and globalisation

    Forest Habitats

    Volcanoes and Earthquakes

    Geology and Minerals

    Mathematics PE Music

    Numeracy

    Arithmetic

    Fractions

    Decimals

    Geometry

    Measurement Units

    English programme:

    British currency,
    Percentages,
    Probability,
    Fractions,
    Angles

    From Year 4 to Year 6 there is an emphasis on team sports and group activities in order to develop physical ability.

    Students learn to maintain good physical condition and participate in various physical activities

    Students work on developing their kinetic ability so as to improve both their movements and their physical performance

    Students will demonstrate responsible social and personal behaviour in all physical activities

    Vocal activities

    Rhythm

    Use of instruments

    Listening to different kinds of music

    The recorder

    Reading of music

    Art ITC Drama

    Method, equipment and technique

    Observation, creation, abstraction and expression

    First draft, development and final version

    Development of a critical eye

    Basic concepts and use of a computer

    Tools for creation

    Tools for communication

    Tools for research, document management and solving problems

    Specific activities for the Year 6 class

    Drama games

    Role play

    Corporal expression

    Vocal expression

    Memorisation

    Library

    Reading activities

    Literary genre

    Use of encyclopaedias

    Vocabulary enrichment

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