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Though the school is crowded, it is orderly. The community is an international one with many dual-national bilingual families; more than half are French or French/British, but speakers of Spanish, German, Arabic, Chinese are all represented. It’s not unusual for students to speak three or four languages. Parents point out that while extracurricular activities are not a big feature of traditional French schools, here a super-involved parent body organises clubs for eg tennis, judo, karate, chess, arts...

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Director

Since September 2016 Delphine Gentil. A former student of the École Normale Supérieure, she spent eight years as head of Brigueuil's school in Charente.

The école is under the auspices of the AEFE (French Agency for the French Education Abroad, run by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs), which oversees a network of French curriculum schools around the world, and appoints the directors of all its schools. The northern European ones meet regularly, and they are are generally rotated every five years.

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Most children start in September, although as the community is an international one there is occasional movement during the school year. The cut-off date for birthdays is December, so those accustomed to September birthday deadlines may be surprised to find there are some younger peers in the class.
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