The non-Anglophone English Program : CP/CE1/CE2/CM1/CM2
The core of the non-Anglophone English program is the Cambridge «Kid’s Box».
Kid’s Box gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy.

Skills such as observation, matching sequencing and listening are emphasised. Key components of the course are reinforced by educational games during the year. Then reading and writing are integrated in the program.

Vocabulary is learned by subjects like greetings, toys, school, pets, family, the body, clothes, the house, wild animals, etc. and through these new words the pupils will learn softly grammar basics as the simple sentence construction, the prepositions, the pronouns, the verbs in positif/ negatif.

In the classroom pupils work often in pair or by group.

all children have their own Pupil book and Activity book, with a link to online activities.
New language is presented through amusing stories that the children will adore and practised with songs and activities. Key language is continuously revised and recycled, helping to build children’s confidence, and a focus on communicative activities ensures that children use the language they have learned in a fun, ‘no-pressure’ context.

Beside all the grammar issues, at the end of every unit there is an introduction at the English culture encouraging pupils to read and talk about History, Geography Musique and Science.

English lessons become invreasingly serious year by year and homework will be normal from CE1. Grammar and vocabulary must be learned every week. There are regular tests, so the pupils can check their progress.

In CM1 and CM2 pupils pass their first Cambridge Exams:

The «Cambridge Young Learners» (YLE) tests introduce children to everyday written and spoken English and are an excellent way for them to gain confidence and improve their English.

The tests are written around familiar topics and focus on the skills needed to communicate effectively in English through listening, speaking, reading and writing.