The French nursery school encourages the cognitive and creative development of young children through multidisciplinary teaching (early-learning, creative, artistic, linguistic, sports and scientific activities), which takes
into account the specific learning needs of toddlers.
Classes are taught in French by certified teachers
from the French Ministry of Education, with the help
of a Polish-speaking assistant.
The school offers a special enrollment program for children who are not proficient in French.
Learning languages is at the heart of the school’s curriculum.
Special enrollment program for non-French-speaking children: from the GS class, children receive help in learning French. Classes are given
by specialized teachers and may take various forms (help in the classroom, special classes outside the classroom…). They can be more or less intensive depending on the needs of the child (up to 3 hours per week).
At the end of CM2 class, all students who are not of French nationality take the DELF PRIM exam (Certificate of French as a Foreign Language awarded by the French Ministry of Education) at the A2 level. Each year 100% of the school’s students pass this exam.
Every student, from the first grade of preschool (PS) to the last grade of primary school (CM2), has 2 hours of Polish classes per week, taught
by specialized teachers. Two profiles:
In addition to Polish learning classes, students of the last grade of preschool (GS) have 1 hour of a non-language subject (DNL) conducted in Polish.
It consists in a physical education class, during which children work in Polish.