Posts in Category: teaching practices

100% success rate for the French baccalaureate

A 100% success rate with 100% “mention” for the French baccalaureate.

We would like to congratulate our students. We are very proud of them, and of the teaching staff who have accompanied them in preparation for their diploma.

Well done to you all, have a great summer and all the best for

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Unlocking creativity

  • 16th Apr 2019

We have met with the teacher Samar Akkawi who told us about the many artistic activities that are offered to children in nursery and the importance of Art in child development. (more…)

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Technology in Class: Dos and Don’ts

  • 2nd Apr 2019

The International Institute de Lancy (IIL) is considered to be one of the most innovative schools in Switzerland when it comes to using IT in the classroom. The school’s ICT Leader for English Secondary Adrian Hirst, shares some of the lessons they have learned.

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Visit by Gérald Herrmann, cartoon artist

  • 20th Jun 2019

Gérald Herrmann, cartoon artist for the Tribune de Genève, came to meet Y12 Language & Literature students. They talked about the history of the press, its role in society, its mechanisms and its challenges. The students were also able to learn editorial cartoon showing them that humor can

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Would you like your child to be bilingual?

  • 20th Mar 2019

Should my child go to an English or French school? How can I ensure he or she has the best of both worlds? These are questions every parent is likely to have grappled with at some point.

Victoria Anderson, Head of Primary at the International Institute de Lancy (IIL), a private

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