menu

English as a Second Language

Back
The French section provides a dynamic language learning environment for both Anglophone and non-native speakers from age three to eighteen at the Institut International de Lancy.
  • Description
Thanks to the organisation in different levels in maternelle (infants), primaire (primary), collège (middle school) and lycée (high school), IIL offers more than fifty stages in order to plan progress over the six levels of the European linguistic education framework. This means that children are able to work in groups at the appropriate level and make progress in their language acquisition.

A collaborative approach optimises different styles of teaching and a variety of pedagogical approaches. Shared teaching practices are encouraged to ensure the implementation of the most effective teaching methods at all levels and ages.

In addition to language learning, our bilingual school also offers History, Geography and Science lessons to students from 10e to 7e. A more specialised Science programme is also optional in 6e. Media classes are available to all students from 9e to 4e.

"Cambridge Language Assessment" certifications


IIL encourages students to follow the Cambridge Language Assessment qualifications to consolidate their learning. In doing so, students fulfill the requirements for UCAS applications, the central body for university applications in the UK.

Although the Diplôme national du brevet (a diploma for students in 3e) does not offer the opportunity to present English as a first language, students in the French section can join their native-speaker counterparts in the English section in English lessons.

If necessary, IIL can help provide support for non-anglophone children on their arrival in the English Section.
  • Description
    Thanks to the organisation in different levels in maternelle (infants), primaire (primary), collège (middle school) and lycée (high school), IIL offers more than fifty stages in order to plan progress over the six levels of the European linguistic education framework. This means that children are able to work in groups at the appropriate level and make progress in their language acquisition.

    A collaborative approach optimises different styles of teaching and a variety of pedagogical approaches. Shared teaching practices are encouraged to ensure the implementation of the most effective teaching methods at all levels and ages.

    In addition to language learning, our bilingual school also offers History, Geography and Science lessons to students from 10e to 7e. A more specialised Science programme is also optional in 6e. Media classes are available to all students from 9e to 4e.

    "Cambridge Language Assessment" certifications


    IIL encourages students to follow the Cambridge Language Assessment qualifications to consolidate their learning. In doing so, students fulfill the requirements for UCAS applications, the central body for university applications in the UK.

    Although the Diplôme national du brevet (a diploma for students in 3e) does not offer the opportunity to present English as a first language, students in the French section can join their native-speaker counterparts in the English section in English lessons.

    If necessary, IIL can help provide support for non-anglophone children on their arrival in the English Section.
Follow us!
Find out what’s happening at IIL via social media
Cookies
Our website uses cookies to improve your experience and provide you with relevant and appropriate content. By continuing to browse the site, you accept their use and application. For more information, please read our terms of use.
Our terms of use