Grade: 1st (CP), 2nd (CE1), 3rd (CE2), 4th (CM1), and 5th (CM2)

Elementary school welcomes children from age 6 to 11 years old

Elementary school focuses on the development of writing (CP, CE1, CE2) and the consolidation of knowledge (CM1, CM2). The fundamental concepts introduced in kindergarten are further developed, with particular attention to written and oral mastery of French and English.

From CP to CE2 (cycle 2), students discover French, English, mathematics, visual arts, music and physical education.

In CM1 and CM2 (cycle 3) other subjects are studied in more depth: literature, history, geography, experimental sciences and technology. Mastery of information and communication technologies is required in a large number of other school activities, with a view to the national diploma of the Brevet (DNB).

All classes are composed of students from the International American Section

This system allows for greater diversity while respecting personalized language pathways chosen by the families.

Our primary goal is to master the French language, both oral and written. The learning of foreign languages, the use of digital technology in the service of learning, openness to the host country, its culture, its language consitute the other areas of development and are the supports of our educational actions. The development of the well-being at school is also at the heart of our concerns.

Frédéric Tavernier

Primary School Director

Bilingual Skills

In addition to the English language classes common to all, and in order to develop bilingual skills in our students, they come together many times a week for the language pathways:

French Speaker

The students of the reinforced French Plurilingual section get together with the French teacher of the class.

English Speaking Teacher

The students of the International American section get together with their English teacher.

All elementary school classes, from CP to CM2, follow the French national curriculum.

Our entire teaching team puts its experience and professionalism at the service of our students in order to enrich their school curriculum and contribute to the training of future citizens of the world who are bilingual, some even plurilingual, responsible and united actors in the world of tomorrow.