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|Language of instruction||English, Chinese, and French|
|Native English, Chinese, and French teachers|
|Extra languages (other than English, Chinese, and French)|
|Class sizes||Average||23 students / class|
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|External examinations or assessments available||
The school will enable pupils to validate their foreign language levels by sitting certifications (HSK for Chinese, Cambridge for English, DELE for Spanish, certifications from the Goethe Institute for German, DALF for French).
|Results in these examinations||
Every year, over 95% of all candidates successfully pass the French Baccalaureate, with almost 80% receiving distinctions.
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|School bus service available||
|School provided lunches||
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Music, football, Taekwondo, Wushu, gymnastics, cooking, chess, sports, dancing, athletics, art, Chinese painting, calligraphy, theater, basketball, judo, badminton, Karate, table tennis, rugby.
|Sports activities included||
|Sports facilities at the school||
Gymnasium (multi-sport field, dojo, gym and dance center).
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Lycée Francais International Charles de Gaulle de Pékin was founded in 1965.
|Teaching approach of the school||
- an Oriental Section : a complementary history course in Chinese, from 4ème
- a British International Section (opened in September 2014 in 6ème), offering a specialised British literature curriculum in high level English, as well as a specialised History and Geography course, which is partly taught in English.
- a Chinese International Section (opened in Septembre 2014 in 6ème and 2nde) with a curriculum centered on Chinese literature and culture and a specialised mathematics course taught in Chinese.
The main objective of the international sections is to facilitate the integration of foreign pupils into the French educational system and to create, by their presence, a learning environment, which is conducive to the learning of a foreign language at a high-level by French pupils.