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Ofsted rated OUTSTANDING Sixth form provision; OUTSTANDING Personal development, behaviour, and welfare.
Shortlisted as one of three finalists for the ISA Senior School of the Year Award. We await the 2022 results.
Winner of the School Recruitment Award at the Education Business Awards.
Winner of the Coup de Coeur Staff Wellbeing at the Franco-British Business Awards.

Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill achieves excellence through care in a culturally aware environment on a beautiful green campus of over five acres. With 12,000 square metres of historic as well as purpose-built spaces, the school is designed to enhance the learning journey of each student.

Our modern pedagogy focuses on differentiating the learning experience, encourages creativity and collaboration, and builds self-confidence. No prior knowledge of French is required to join our inclusive community. Children are immersed and learn in both French and English from age 3. From year 7, students have a choice to prepare for six IGCSEs followed by the IB Diploma, or for the Brevet followed by the Bac Français Bilingue or the Bac Français International (BFI).

Our signature 'Opening Minds' classes go beyond the regular curriculum and offer a space to think deeply and critically on intellectual pursuits without worrying about grades. They are a way to expand students’ horizons and develop their appetite for learning:

Speak with our students, parents and team on our next Open Day: See below for details

Private or small group tours of the school are available by appointment. Please visit our website to book a tour.
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International Baccalaureate: diploma - the diploma is the familiar A-level equivalent.

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