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  • Ecole Jeannine Manuel
    43-45 Bedford Square
    WC1B 3DN
  • Head: Pauline Prevot
  • T 020 7323 6762
  • E
  • A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 3 to 16
  • Boarding: No
  • Local authority: Camden
  • Religion: None

What the school says...

École Jeannine Manuel in London is a French, bilingual, international school which opened in September 2015 in three contiguous mansions on Bedford Square, steps from the British Museum in the heart of Bloomsbury. Looking beyond French and bi-national families, we welcome pupils from all nationalities, cultural traditions and native languages from 3 years old. This year, the school admitted pupils through Year 8. Next year, we shall enroll pupils through Year 9 and gradually thereafter through Year 13 leading to the French and the International Baccalaureates.
Our curriculum is based on an enriched, bilingual adaptation of the French national curriculum, including English, Science and Chinese programmes developed by and for the school and inspired by our core vision: to promote international understanding through a bilingual education.
École Jeannine Manuel is the sister school of its Paris namesake, a UNESCO associated school founded in 1954 and one of France’s most prestigious schoolsranked top French Lycée for the third consecutive year. The London school is an Ofsted-registered British “Charity;” it shares the Paris school’s commitment to pedagogical innovation through the search for best practices with the aim to have pupils who are happy to come to school to think, do and share with others.
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