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The compact library is brimming with French and English children’s books, a cheerful space where we saw some one-to-one learning taking place; walls lined with colourful boards neatly display creative work by students of all ages; we noticed some tailors’ mannequins with student-designed fashions. Parents sang the praises (no pun intended) of the innovative music teacher who had recently done a ‘bilingual Beatles’ unit. As with other London French schools, many of the extracurricular activities are organised by the parents' association...

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Since its opening in 2004, Veronique Ferreira, who studied biochemistry at the University of Paris, and after obtaining her teaching licence in 1999 began her career as a primary school teacher in the suburbs of Paris, working with children with behavioural and academic difficulties. This gave her a lot of insights into the different learning styles of children, something that has shaped a lot of the teaching approach she has established at L’École Bilingue. Moving to London, she started in a French nursery school, but as parents continued to speak of their interest in a more bilingual programme, she pondered on how she might introduce a different sort of French primary school model in London. She focused on child development theories, looking at Canadian, UK (including EYFS) and French Breton bilingual educational models. Youthful...

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