Official Inauguration of the French International School of Mumbai by Ms. Sonia Barbry and H.E. Mr. Aditya Thackeray

The official inauguration of the French International School of Mumbai in its new premises took place on Friday, 14th February at the hands of the Consul General, Ms Sonia Barbry, in the presence of the Hon’ble Minister Mr. Aditya Thackeray, the school’s chief guest of honour.

The ceremony was followed by a visit of the school, which is equipped with a series of facilities, among which a swimming-pool, and a multisport ground.

The French International School of Mumbai, founded in 1983, recently relocated to a brand new Euro campus in Lower Parel to double its size and welcome more families seeking a unique bilingual – English and French – education for their children.

About the French International School in Mumbai

The school, a non-profit educational trust supervised by French authorities, currently hosts students and teachers from India and the world over, comprising of around 18 nationalities. The school welcomes students from pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade.

From pre-kindergarten to 5th grade, each class is taught by two highly qualified teachers, a native English teacher working in tandem with a French teacher to progressively make the students more and more autonomous when they reach the secondary.

With a teacher to student ratio of 1:7, classes of 15 students, 2 teachers per class, the progress of each child can be effectively followed. This adaptive programme takes into account the child’s linguistic profile. Support classes from specialized teachers in French or English are provided during the academic year as per the student’s requirements.

The school follows the Baccalaureate curriculum, world-renowned for its high academic standards, structured reasoning and critical thinking.

Admissions for the academic year 2020/21 are on-going.

For more information, please contact the administration team:
Email ID: admin@lfim.in
Landline: +91-22-20848803

Last modified on 19/02/2020

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