Montessori, International, French curriculum
Ages 3 to 11

Etre et Découvrir Ecole International Bilingual Montessori School

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CurriculumMontessori, International, French
Languages of instructionEnglish, French
Age RangeAges 3 to 11
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Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English and French
Native English and French teachers
Extra languages (other than English and French)
Class sizes Average
Extracurricular activities
School bus
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This school is not available for a twelve year old child.

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Native English and French speaking teachers


Uniform required


School start time


School finish time

Preschool: 15:45
Primary: 16:00

School provided lunches

The school does not have a cafeteria. Children are invited to bring a lunchbox which can be warmed up if necessary in the kitchen.

Sports facilities at the school

Courtyard, garden, playground.

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

Etre et Découvrir is a small international bilingual Montessori school which aims to inspire a love of learning while developing the whole child in a multicultural environment.

All pupils are supported in building their academic and social skills thanks to the school's wonderful team of French and English native-speaking educators who follow the Montessori philosophy. Children who attend Etre et Découvrir are encouraged to explore their own potential, grow their self-confidence, develop independence and develop a wide range of problem-solving skills.

Teaching approach of the school

Pupils continue to develop their love of learning in a Montessori-inspired environment while being prepared for entry into a regular French secondary school system or international schools.

Students in elementary classes are taught French, maths and history by a French mother-tongue trained educator who has also benefited from experience in the French national educational system. An experienced English mother-tongue teacher with Montessori training teaches geography, science and English in full immersion every afternoon.

Children are invited to register for the Cambridge English exams each Spring. This non-compulsory exam helps the teacher and parents to monitor the child's progress in English and allows the child a chance to have experiencing test-taking in a low-pressure environment.