Online Open Day of the French School in Warsaw

20Mar2021

Od: 9.30 do: 11.00

 

 

Do not miss the Online Open Day of the French School in Warsaw (LFV)! On 20th March 2021 the direction and teaching staff of the school will answer all your questions concerning the school itself, the French curriculum, and the extracurricular activities with a focus on the offer for children aged 2-10...

The Lycée français de Varsovie (French School in Warsaw-LFV) is an international school that welcomes over 760 students from 45 countries. It is the only accredited French school in Poland that offers the French national curriculum on 4 education levels: preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school.

The language of teaching is French and students can learn four other languages (including Polish for which students can benefit from extra courses in Polish language, literature, and history as part of an International Polish program). The school provides non-French-speaking children with additional courses in French in order to facilitate their integration into the French education curriculum.

The direction and teaching staff of the school will meet you online on Saturday 20th March from 9.30 to 11.00 AM for answering your questions via ZOOM, a video conferencing platform!

Do not miss this opportunity to discover the assets of the French education system for your child, and to learn more about the school’s offer of art, sports, and language extracurricular activities for children of all ages!

PROGRAM OF THE EVENT: 

  • Presentation of the French School in Warsaw
  • Presentation of the educational offer in preschool and primary school
  • Q&A sessions with the teaching staff

Registration for the event is compulsory.

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