• DIVERSITY

    French-speaking as a life skill

  • CULTURE

    Languages, sport, culture

  • École française de Lusaka

    Welcome to the French school of Lusaka.

  • French school of Lusaka

    French education for all.

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Events

We celebrate events from the French and Zambian calendars throughout the school year, such as:
Halloween, Zambian national day, Christmas, Sports day, Francophonie, Carnaval, school fest

School Trips

Wild tracks, Cape Town

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Discovery classes

Day trips include visits within Lusaka (museum, farms, ...)
School trips include: Wild Tracks (lower zambezi) and exchange programmes to southern African countries.

Exchanges

Diversity and culture are at the heart of our school ethos.

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Sport

Collective games, athletics, swimming (outdoor).

Highschool

The school prepares students for the baccalauréat (IB system). Focus on individual work and small groups ensure excellent results: 100% exam success in 2016!

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Our school

The french school of Lusaka was founded in 1980, following the initiative of french residents in Zambia, and with the support of the French Embassy of Zambia.
French classes were initially hosted by the Italian school, and until 2005. Since then, the french school building is located at the Alliance Francaise.

AEFE

The French school is endorsed by the AEFE, and follows the French national curriculum until junior school. Thereafter, it switches over to the french national distance learning curriculum of the CNED. We welcome French and french-speaking pupils.
Non french-speaking children can be accepted, provided they enrol at the yearly years stages, where they will benefit from additional french language tuition.
The school curriculum is endorsed by the AEFE and the french ministry of education until junior school. Thereafter, the students switch over to the CNED (french national distance learning programme). They follow a regular time-table, and work in small groups with a secondary teacher. Their work is submitted online for marking. We currently have a total of 120 pupils of all ages and nationalities at the school.

CNED

After junior school, the curriculum is no longer endorsed by the AEFE. Children must enrol at the CNED. The CNED benefits from the recognition of the French ministry of education.
All our pupils follow a similar time-table to that of any college in France. Each 2-3 weeks, they are assessed by submitting their work online.
The CNED distance learning programme is rigorous and demands the learners discipline, a skill we nurture from the onset.
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