Join the French-speaking section (4 to 11y) of Tallinn European School in 2019/2020

Join the school in French at Tallinn European School: admissions for the school year 2019/2020 are open!

The only French-speaking school curriculum in Estonia
Since the schoolyear 2018/2019, Tallinn European School offers a French-speaking section in addition to the English-speaking section. For the first time in Estonia, it is possible to follow a school curriculum in French, in Nursery and Primary levels, before the opening of Secondary-level classes in the following years.

At Nursery level, the everyday language is French, but the children also meet and share activities with the children of the English language groups.
At Primary level, the teaching is multilingual with most of the subjects taught in French (French L1, Mathematics, Discovery of the World, Ethics and Arts) and some subjects taught in English (Music, Physical Education). Every child is going to learn a second language (English or German) starting from the first grade as well.

From the third grade, the children have lessons of European Hours taught in their L2 and a weekly lesson of Estonian language. For the schoolyear 2019/2020, the French section will welcome children aged 4 to 11 in Nursery and Primary school.

French native speaking teachers are teaching these classes. They are perfectly bilingual, and all have a long-term experience in teaching in international schools around the world.


The French Section of Tallinn European School at a glance
• Lessons and activities in French in Nursery and Primary level, for children aged 4 to 11.
• Learning a second language, English or German, from the first year of Primary.
• Multicultural and multilingual learning environment including multiple activities in English.
• Experienced teachers, all native French speakers.
• Combined classes with small groups allowing a personalised teaching approach.
• A modern school building located in the heart of Tallinn, a few steps away from the Old Town and the central train station.
• An Accredited European School delivering the European Baccalaureate, an internationally recognised diploma.

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About Tallinn European School

Tallinn European School is an Accredited European School established in 2013 by the Republic of Estonia to provide a multilingual international education at Nursery, Primary and Secondary levels. The school follows the curriculum of the European Schools’ system and delivers the European Baccalaureate diploma, a demanding examination and officially recognised entry qualification for higher education in the EU. Since September 2018, Tallinn European School is located on Tehnika street 18, in the heart of the city.

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