Address: 36 Portland Place, London W1B 1LS; Duchess House, 10 Duchess Street, London W1G 9AB
Number of Pupils: 310
Fees: Fees are from £6,540 – 8,400 per term
Ages: 21 months–18 years
Head Teacher: Mrs Françoise Zurbach
Religious Affiliation: None
Entrance Procedure: Non-selective. Applications are considered throughout the year and visits are organised on request. £300 registration fee. Deposit to secure a place £2,000.
Contact: Coralie Moyne
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: By appointment
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Nursery to year 7: English and French bilingual education following the French programme with elements of the English curriculum. From year 7: students prepare for IGCSEs. EIFA is an IB World School, offering its students the opportunity to follow the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP)
Games & The Arts
Junior and senior school pupils have P.E. in nearby sports centres. Art is taught by specialist teachers from reception. Children in EYFS also have specialist ballet and yoga sessions. The school offers a variety of afterschool and homework clubs.
Our classes average around 15 pupils per class. The primary and secondary Pastoral Coordinator organises workshops on pupils’ concerns and their wellbeing. The teaching and safeguarding teams monitor individual cases. From year 7 onwards, pupils are offered guidance in developing their own plans for higher education.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
EIFA is an independent international secular school providing a true English-French bilingual education. EIFA takes a child-centred approach to learning and encourages the linguistic diversity of its pupils. The school aims to develop responsible global citizens and promote multicultural understanding through study in at least two languages.
- Children are immersed in a French-English bilingual environment from nursery onwards
- High academic standards and achievements in an international environment
- Located in the heart of Marylebone in London
- Nurturing school community with active parent involvement
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