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Anglophone Section – Association Statutes
In French, followed by a non-binding translation into English.
Overview of the French Schooling System
The French Ministry of Education has prepared a very useful document in English explaining how the French education system works.
French Primary Curriculum
This can be found here.
Anglophone Section Primary Curriculum
The present Primary Curriculum document is currently being updated but the previous version can be found here.
UK (English) Primary Curriculum
A link to the new French Ministry of Education document explaining how the International Section curriculum fits in with the regular French curriculum can be found here.
Règlement Intérieur Primary (School Rules)
Here are some useful links:
ASIBA (Association des Sections Internationales Britanniques et Anglophones)
HIGHER EDUCATION – UK
HIGHER EDUCATION – US
Each college/university specifies which exams they require, so check the admission requirements carefully.
College Board (PSAT, SAT)
HIGHER EDUCATION – FRANCE
Reglement Interieur College (School Rules)
The College school rules can be found in your child’s Carnet de Correspondance. It is important that both parents and students sign this document at the beginning of the school year.
Common European Framework of Reference for Language
The CEFR Assessment Grid shows the level of profiency required for each of the six levels of reference for the Common European Framework of Reference for Language, from A1 (beginners level) to C2 (Master level) through each of the different forms – understanding, speaking and writing. These can also be applied according to the context in which the lanugage is used – educational, occupational, presentational or personal.
The framework was drawn up by the Council of Europe and further information may be found on their website.