|En allemand||En français|
At the collège level (11 to 15 year-olds), students have four hours per week of Language & Literature and two hours of History & Geography in English or in German in addition to following the French public school curriculum.
In addition to the language of their section english or german, students study a modern foreign language taught by the French public school teachers, >>
The six hours of SIS "inter" classes are included in the students’ weekly class schedule. They are taught by qualified and experienced SIS teachers who are all mother-tongue English or German speakers. Inter classes are limited to 20 students.
All other subjects (math, French, etc.) are taught by the French public school teachers who follow the curriculum set by the Minister of Education.
Classes are held at the Collège de Sèvres and at the Collège Jean Moulin in Chaville. Teaching conditions and admission criteria are identical for the two campuses.
|Example of a weekly class schedule :
In literature classes students study novels and other works from a variety of Anglophone or German-speaking countries, participate in theatrical productions and discover the many activities on offer at the SIS: Anglophone Section or German Section. (See also the International libraries.)
The history and geography programs are taught in parallel in the International and French classes. This complementarity helps to foster students’ curiosity about transcultural issues in history-geography.
|For the 2012-13 school year||At the collège in Sèvres||At the collège in Chaville|
|6ème||or german depending on availability|
|5ème||or german depending on availability|
|4ème||or german depending on availability|
|3ème||or german depending on availability|
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As an option, depending on availability, students may choose to study greek in Collège de Sèvres.
For students arriving from abroad who do not speak French at all: in 6e and 5e (the first two years of Middle School) a specially adapted timetable with French as a foreign language (FLE) in Collège de Sèvres and hours for individual work will allow them to adapt to the French school system with greater ease. This set up exists for students in the final two years of Middle School too (3e and 4e) in Collège de Sèvres, but we recommend that at this level students speak a minimum of French upon arrival.
Should a SIS family have to move to another country, the standard of teaching in the Sections allows students to integrate other educational systems without difficulty.
In 3e students take the Cambridge First Certificate Examination with excellent results.
 The weekly timetable differs little from one year to the next in collège
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