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At the primary level, the SIS offer two different programs. Both options are open to children who already speak English or German, either at home with one or both parents or following a long-term stay in an English or German-speaking country.
|More information on the English test, click here >>|
|The Wednesday morning program||The integrated primary|
|Which school?||Your local school near where you live + our Wedenesday morning classes in English or German.||Gambetta or Croix Bosset Primary School in Sèvres/Point du Jour Primary in Boulogne ONLY because the hours in English or German taught by the SIS are integrated into the French program.|
|Where?||Your local school + Gambetta school in Sèvres for the Wednesday classes||Gambetta or Croix Bosset Primary School in Sèvres or Point du Jour in Boulogne|
|Timetable: For the integrated primary, SIS classes may be scheduled for a different morning or afternoon, but they always fall within regularly scheduled school hours.
|Class hours in English or German||3 hours a week||6 hours a week|
|Per year||30 weeks||throughout the school year, i.e., a minimum of 36 weeks|
|For whom?||children with good oral skills in English or German and good reading and writing skills according to class level||bilingual children, French/English or French/German|
|What age/ which class?||Preschool and Primary:
|You must live||in the Paris area||in Sèvres, Boulogne or in a neighboring town because your child attends our program 4 days a week.|
|The next step?||Secondary school at the international sections in Sèvres or Chaville||Secondary school at the international sections in Sèvres or Chaville|
|School fees? ||750 € per year||2 110 € per year|
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Both options are open to children who already speak English or German, either at home with one or both parents or following a long-term stay in an English or German-speaking country.
As is the case throughout the SIS, primary pupils also benefit from the expertise of trained teachers whose native language is either English or German. Our teachers hail from many different Anglophone or Germanophone countries: United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Australia, Germany, Austria...
In both programs, reading, spelling and writing are taught using tried and trusted methods that are both fun and creative. Classwork is reinforced through regular homework assignments. Biculturalism is an important aspect of our curriculum. Activities pertaining to the major holidays in different English- and German-speaking countries help build students’ dual cultural identity.
 2012-13 rates, this does not include the annual membership and book fees
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