Did you know that the French School of Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) welcomes non-French-speaking students from 3 to 8 years old?
The French School of Kuala Lumpur is a not-for-profit and parent-governed school, currently welcoming 630 students from 47 different countries, from kindergarten to high school.
The latest addition to the school sees the opening of the primary school, Hevea, that will allow the school to accommodate 300 students, from the very small section (TPS – nursery – 3 years old) to the CE2 (Year 4- 8 years old), in a brand-new building, spacious and colourful.
The school provides an outstanding academic environment that is based on a multilingual teaching model.
The school offers early English classes for preschool students through educational activities, by group level, taking into account the diversity of their language levels.
Another great advantage for international students is the French support program included in the elementary school schedule and adapted to non-French-speaking children.
Find out more about the curriculum and virtually explore the school’s brand-new facilities by booking a spot for the next Virtual Open Day on Saturday January 23, 2021.
Here is the Virtual Open Day program:
- LFKL presentation by the Principal (Mrs Patricia Reynaud)
- Primary School presentation by the Primary School Director (Mr Patrick Castera)
- Introduction of the school board and parents associations
- Information about our French support program (Passerelle) for non-French-speaking students (FLE)
- Virtual school tour of Hevea
- Q&A session
Pictures provided courtesy of Hevea
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