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Education

The Anglophone Section of Fontainebleau

Since 1979, the Anglophone Section has been providing a friendly, bilingual education by qualified, experienced native English teachers for international children aged 6 to 18 as a fully integrated part of the French National Educational system. Students thrive on a beautiful campus comprising the Léonard de Vinci primary school, the Collège International and the Lycée François 1er near the renowned Fontainebleau forest. Students sit IGCSEs and the OIB in English and History-Geography, and go on to the most demanding universities worldwide.

Contact  admin@anglosection.com

01 64 22 11 77

The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music

With over 700,000 students, ABRSM is the world’s leading provider of music examinations and assessments.

At centres in France, practical graded examinations are available for all instruments (including voice), at all levels, from novice to confirmed, with no age limit.

Examinations are held in Paris in May and December at the British School of Paris. Exams are open to all and French candidates can bring their interpreter. Written theory exams are held from grades 1 to 8. Syllabi, fees lists, entry forms and more information available from:

Mr Steven Calvert
British School of Paris
38 quai de l’Ecluse, 78290 Croissy-sur-Seine
01 34 80 45 94
06 15 65 36 73
abrsmrep@sfr.fr
www.abrsm.org

British Council

The UK’s international organisation for educational and cultural relations working in over 100 countries, our purpose is to create international opportunities between the people of the UK and other countries and build trust with them worldwide.

We provide English language courses in Paris and its suburbs and a broad range of exams and tests of English. We also work in the fields of Education & Society, English and the Arts.

Country Director: Bob Lewis

9 rue de Constantine, 75007 Paris

01 49 55 73 00

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British School of Paris

The British School of Paris provides a British Independent School education combining excellence in teaching, a highly personal approach, and technology-enriched learning environment, with many cultural and sporting activities. Our community of happy, confident students and supportive, well qualified staff provide an enriching environment for young people to thrive and succeed. At the centre of the international community we serve, we take pride in making interaction with the school a happy and fulfilling experience for the family.

Headmaster: Nicholas Hammond

Senior School 38 quai de l’Ecluse, 78290 Croissy-sur-Seine 01 34 80 45 90

Junior School 2 rue Hans List, 78290 Croissy-sur-Seine 01 30 15 88 30

Registrar: registrar@britishschool.fr 01 34 80 45 96

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British Section of the Lycée International de St Germain-en-Laye

The British Section is the largest of 14 international sections of the renowned Lycée International, an academic multi-lingual school which is consistently placed at the top of the French school league tables. British Section pupils are taught in English for 6 to 8 hours per week in addition to covering the French national curriculum in French. Access is made possible for pupils with little French thanks to the Français spécial classes. Pupils take IGCSEs and the Option Internationale du Baccalauréat (OIB). The school’s emphasis on bilingualism promotes open-minded, global citizens, many of whom gain places at the most prestigious universities worldwide.

Director James Cathcart MA (Oxon) PGCE, NPQH

2 bis rue du Fer à Cheval, BP 70107, 78101 Saint-Germain-en-Laye Cedex

admissions@britishsection.fr

01 34 51 62 64

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SPRINT

A non-profit organisation of English-speaking and bilingual professionals, SPRINT works with special needs children of all ages. We offer the Anglophone community information, referral services, support provision of appropriate education in international and bilingual schools and provide networking opportunities for specialists. SPRINT hosts meetings and discussions on learning - and disability- related topics. Members include credentialled professionals for all learning needs (please see website for list of members).

SPRINT supports EKIPP (SPRINT Parent Action Network) for parents of children with special needs. EKIPP meets regularly to support families, organise play groups and offer informational sessions.

Contact: president.sprintfrance@gmail.com or sprintfrance75@gmail.com

EKIPP contact: Erin Reeser, ekippinparis@gmail.com
https://www.sprintfrance.org/

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The Old School

The Old School is a co-educational day school providing English curriculum studies for students aged 10 to 19 in a supportive environment with commitment to the pursuit of academic excellence. We attach a high value to creativity,imagination and the quest for knowledge and understanding.

We encourage students to discover and enjoy their individual strengths and capacities and develop fluency in English and French. We promote academic achievement and participation in the global community. We also provide English education in a local French primary school.

47410 St Colomb de Lauzun, Tel: 05 53 64 24 97
info@oldschoolfrance.com
www.oldschoolfrance.com

University of London Institute in Paris

The University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP) is a specialised institute offering a unique opportunity to study in the heart of Paris and graduate with a renowned UK qualification. We offer Bachelors in French Studies and in International Politics, as well as a split-site Masters programme in Urban History and Culture. As part of a partnership with Queen Mary University of London, ULIP also houses an LLM (Master of Laws) and a Masters in International Relations, taught entirely in English.

9-11 rue de Constantine, 75340 Paris Cedex 07, Tel: 01 44 11 73 83

contact@ulip.lon.ac.uk

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