EFSR’s courses follow the curricula defined by the French Ministry of Education, while remaining part of the national landscape and aiming to train the generations of the future in an international environment. The main language of instruction is French, but we also offer early learning of 2 foreign languages, English and Khmer.
- English is taught through the EMILE (Enseignement d’une Matière Intégrée à une Langue Étrangère) program, which enables us to teach various humanities subjects in English from CP onwards, and history from CM onwards.
- For details of French national education programs, please consult the Ministry of Education website..
Proficiency in French, English and one or more other modern languages is a key factor in the success of future global citizens. Our school is a French school with a resolutely international outlook, which is committed to welcoming non-French-speaking students, reinforcing the French language (Français Langue Étrangère/French as the language of instruction) and developing a support project that requires the involvement of parents.
Proficiency in French, English and one or more other modern languages is a key factor in the success of future global citizens. It’s in this particularly rich context that students are encouraged to discover local culture, and to open up to the world and their immediate environment. The guiding principle of this balanced education is to accompany children towards autonomy in their lives, so that they become adults sensitive to respect for others and the environment. he EFSR is recognized by the French Ministry of Education as a preparatory school for the French Diplôme National du Brevet and Baccalauréat exams.
The school week for nursery and elementary school pupils is set at 24 hours by the French Ministry of Education.
At EFSR, the school week is set at 26 hours to include 2 extra hours of modern language teaching.