PRESCHOOL
Programme
1 st
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
2 nd
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
3 rd
PRIMARY
CLASS

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4 th
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
5 th
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
6 th
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
7 th
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
8 th
PRIMARY
CLASS

Programme
Additional services

Canteen

Midday study session
Supervised after-lesson homework sessions
Booster and catch-up lessons
Library
Computing
Strategy games
Chess
Dramatics in English

Canteen

Hot meals provided by a caterer are offered to pupils who opt for them on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 11.45am to 1.00pm. Children are served at the school in rooms specially designed for eating. Once they have finished their meal, children are given time to play and relax for a short while in the covered playground.
The menus are varied and balanced, and can be read by parents on our website (parents’ space) or on a paper copy found at the administrative office or displayed at the school.

Computing

Optional lessons in computing are provided for pupils in third-year to eighth-year primary classes. These lessons are given by teachers from the firm eKlore. Children receive first-rate training in computing that is comprehensive, entertaining and motivating. Pupils work in small groups of six to ten pupils in weekly sessions lasting forty-five minutes during their lunch break.

Midday study session

For pupils in third-year to eighth-year primary classes, supervised study sessions take place in pupils’ respective classrooms from 1.00pm to 1.45pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. They are compulsory for pupils in these classes who eat at the school.
In these sessions, children carry out their school homework under the supervision of a teacher from the school. Pupils in third-year and fourth-year primary classes do not have these study sessions on Fridays. Supervised end-of-day study session

Dramatics in English

Once a week, from 4.00pm to 5.00pm, pupils in seventh-year and eighth-year primary classes get together under the supervision of an English-speaking drama teacher from the language school Spell Languages to work towards performing a play in English for their parents just before the Easter holidays.
In these drama lessons, which are given in English, pupils produce and stage a play they perform before their family and teachers around the Easter holidays.

Library

Pupils can make the most of a large library, which is entirely run by the parents’ association. They enjoy access to this library during teaching hours in line with a regular weekly timetable. There they can borrow books, which they can take home and swap for other ones at the library the following week.

Strategy games

In these workshops, which take place from 4.00pm to 4.45pm once a week, pupils in second-year and third-year primary classes can play strategy games such as Nine Men’s Morris, Connect Four, Quarto, Pylos, Othello and many more.
By exploring winning strategies in a wide range of board games, children learn to structure their reflection, act logically and systematically, and plan steps, while having fun.

Supervised after-lesson homework sessions

Pupils in fourth-year to eighth-year primary classes can enjoy optional supervision at the end of the school day on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3.45pm to 5.00pm. In these sessions, children carry out their school homework under the supervision of a university student.

Chess

Once a week, from 4.00pm to 5.00pm, pupils in fourth-year, fifth-year and sixth-year primary classes can enjoy chess lessons given by a teacher specialising in chess and who is a member of the Genevan chess federation, FGE.
In these lessons, pupils discover different moves (scholar’s mate, staircase mate, fork tactic, etc.), resolve minor chess puzzles, take each other on in friendly games with or without a clock, and even play special chess games like ‘Losing Chess’ and ‘Exchange Chess’.

Booster and catch-up lessons

New pupils and pupils facing specific difficulties can enjoy personalised individual lessons.

PRESCHOOL 1 st
PRIMARY
CLASS
2 nd
PRIMARY
CLASS
3 rd
PRIMARY
CLASS
4 th
PRIMARY
CLASS
5 th
PRIMARY
CLASS
6 th
PRIMARY
CLASS
7 th
PRIMARY
CLASS
8 th
PRIMARY
CLASS
Additional services

Canteen

Hot meals provided by a caterer are offered to pupils who opt for them on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 11.45am to 1.00pm. Children are served at the school in rooms specially designed for eating. Once they have finished their meal, children are given time to play and relax for a short while in the covered playground.
The menus are varied and balanced, and can be read by parents on our website (parents’ space) or on a paper copy found at the administrative office or displayed at the school.

Computing

Optional lessons in computing are provided for pupils in third-year to eighth-year primary classes. These lessons are given by teachers from the firm eKlore. Children receive first-rate training in computing that is comprehensive, entertaining and motivating. Pupils work in small groups of six to ten pupils in weekly sessions lasting forty-five minutes during their lunch break.

Midday study session

For pupils in third-year to eighth-year primary classes, supervised study sessions take place in pupils’ respective classrooms from 1.00pm to 1.45pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. They are compulsory for pupils in these classes who eat at the school.
In these sessions, children carry out their school homework under the supervision of a teacher from the school. Pupils in third-year and fourth-year primary classes do not have these study sessions on Fridays. Supervised end-of-day study session

Dramatics in English

Once a week, from 4.00pm to 5.00pm, pupils in seventh-year and eighth-year primary classes get together under the supervision of an English-speaking drama teacher from the language school Spell Languages to work towards performing a play in English for their parents just before the Easter holidays.
In these drama lessons, which are given in English, pupils produce and stage a play they perform before their family and teachers around the Easter holidays.

Library

Pupils can make the most of a large library, which is entirely run by the parents’ association. They enjoy access to this library during teaching hours in line with a regular weekly timetable. There they can borrow books, which they can take home and swap for other ones at the library the following week.

Strategy games

In these workshops, which take place from 4.00pm to 4.45pm once a week, pupils in second-year and third-year primary classes can play strategy games such as Nine Men’s Morris, Connect Four, Quarto, Pylos, Othello and many more.
By exploring winning strategies in a wide range of board games, children learn to structure their reflection, act logically and systematically, and plan steps, while having fun.

Supervised after-lesson homework sessions

Pupils in fourth-year to eighth-year primary classes can enjoy optional supervision at the end of the school day on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3.45pm to 5.00pm. In these sessions, children carry out their school homework under the supervision of a university student.

Chess

Once a week, from 4.00pm to 5.00pm, pupils in fourth-year, fifth-year and sixth-year primary classes can enjoy chess lessons given by a teacher specialising in chess and who is a member of the Genevan chess federation, FGE.
In these lessons, pupils discover different moves (scholar’s mate, staircase mate, fork tactic, etc.), resolve minor chess puzzles, take each other on in friendly games with or without a clock, and even play special chess games like ‘Losing Chess’ and ‘Exchange Chess’.

Booster and catch-up lessons

New pupils and pupils facing specific difficulties can enjoy personalised individual lessons.