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1 French School Arthur Rimbaud The school is part of the worldwide network of French schools abroad (AEFE)The school is recognized by the French Ministry of Education and by the Cypriot Ministry of Education.AEFE: 460 schools, 132 countries, students
2 DIPLÔME NATIONAL DU BREVET French School SystemBACCALAUREATLycée(Senior high school)(Λύκειο)TerminaleYear 121èreYear 1115 –16 ans2ndeYear 10DIPLÔME NATIONAL DU BREVET14 – 15Collège(Junior high school)(Гυμνάσιο)3eYear 913 – 144eYear 812 – 135eYear 711 –12 ans6eYear 610 – 11École élémentaire(Elementary school)(Δημοτικό Σχολειο)Cours moyen 2 (CM2)Year 59 – 10Cours moyen 1 (CM1)Year 48 – 9Cours élémentaire 2 (CE2)Year 37 – 8Cours élémentaire 1 (CE1)Year 26 – 7 ansCours préparatoire (CP)Year 15 – 6École maternelle(Pre school education)Grande section (GS)Reception year4 – 5Moyenne section (MS)3 – 4 ansPetite section (PS)
3 "Basics for a good education" FRENCH CURRICULUM « ECOLE MATERNELLE » OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION N° 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008"Basics for a good education"Kindergarten provides the basics of a good education in the French system. It prepares for primary school.Its aim is to help children become "pupils" by teaching them to be self-confident, to learn with and among others and to enjoy school.It enables children to develop their own personalities and to become self reliant among people other than family members.It helps them grow by giving them the abilities that will be needed in primary school.This is achieved through a global teaching approach consisting of games, hands-on experience, observation as well as individual and collective activities.ACQUIRING LANGUAGEDISCOVERING WRITINGBECOMING A STUDENTACTING AND EXPRESSING THEMSELVES THROUGH THEIR BODIESDISCOVERING THE WORLDOBSERVING, FEELING, IMAGINING, CREATING
4 ACQUIRING LANGUAGE Discussion, expression Comprehension Learning to master the French languageAt the end of kindergarten, children can:- understand a message and act or reply accordingly;- name an object, a person or action relating to everyday life precisely;- formulate and make understood, a description or a question;- describe and make understood an incident previously unknown to the listener, or an invented story;- take the initiative in asking questions or expressing their point of view.
5 DISCOVERING WRITING 1. Becoming familiar with the written word At the end of kindergarten children can:- identify the main purposes of the written word;- listen to and understand a text read by an adult;- know some heritage texts, mainly traditional stories;- make an enunciation in an adapted form so that it can be written down by an adult.2. Preparing to learn to read and write- differentiate sounds;- distinguish the syllables of a spoken word; recognize the same syllable in several statements;- match the words of a short statement orally and in writing;- recognize and write most of the letters of the alphabet;- relate sounds to letters;- copy in cursive writing, short, simple words where the relationship between letters and sounds has been studied, with guidance from the teacher;- write their name in cursive writing.
6 BECOMING A STUDENTLiving together: learning the rules of courtesy and the principles of moral behaviourCooperating and becoming independentUnderstanding what school isAt the end of kindergarten the children can:- respect others and respect the rules of community life;- listen, help, cooperate; ask for help;- have self-confidence; control their emotions;- identify adults and their role;- carry out simple tasks independently and participate in school activities;- talk about what they are learning.
7 ACTING AND EXPRESSING THEMSELVES THROUGH THEIR BODIES Free or guided physical activitiesActivities which have rulesActivities of expression with artistic themeAt the end of kindergarten the children can:- adapt their movements to environments or different constraints;- cooperate and oppose each other individually or collectively; accept collective constraints;- express themselves with or without musical beat, with or without equipment; express feelings and emotions through gesture and movement;- be familiar with their environment and move about in it;- describe or negotiate a simple course.
8 DISCOVERING THE WORLD Learning about objects Learning about matter Learning about living thingsLearning about shape and sizeFirst experience with quantities and numbersUnderstanding timeUnderstanding placeAt the end of kindergarten children can:- recognize, name, describe, compare, arrange and classify materials or objects according to their qualities and uses;- know some features of animal and plant life, understand the major processes: growth, nutrition, movement, reproduction;- name the main parts of the human body and their purpose; distinguish the five senses and their function;- know and apply some rules personal hygiene, nutrition and respect for their surroundings;- be aware of danger and exercise caution;- use references related to days, weeks and the year;- situate events in relation to others;- draw a circle, a square, a triangle;- compare quantities, resolve problems related to quantities;- memorize a sequence of numbers at least to 30;- count a quantity orally in sequence using known numbers;- match the name of a known number with the written figure;- orient themselves in their environment and situate objects in relation to themselves;- work within the confines of a page;- understand and use vocabulary appropriately relating to orientation and relationships in time and place
9 OBSERVING, FEELING, IMAGINING, CREATING Drawing and craft activitiesvoice and listeningAt the end of kindergarten the children can:- adapt their skills to particular pieces of equipment (instruments, supports, materials);- use drawing as a means of expression and representation;- create a two- or three-dimensional piece of work according to their choice;- study and describe some heritage works, build up a collection;- memorize and interpret songs and rhymes;- listen to a musical extract or a production, then express their feelings and discuss with others to give their impressions.
10 Modern languages « école maternelle » Ecole française Arthur Rimbaud Petite section – Moyenne section:- English: 30 min/day- Greek: some activities in GreekGrande section:- English: 3h/week- Greek: 1h30/week
11 THE BASIC LEARNING CYCLE PROGRAMME FOR CP AND CE1 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION N° 3 OF 19 JUNE FRENCH10hMATHEMATICS5hPHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS3hMODERN LANGUAGES1h30 in France4h30 in our schoolENGLISH 3h + GREEK 1h30SPECIAL CURRICULUM FOR CYPRIOT STUDENTS (+ 3h GREEK)DISCOVERING THE WORLD2hART AND THE HISTORY OF ARTCIVIC AND MORAL EDUCATION0h30
12 MATHEMATICS DISCOVERING THE WORLD MODERN LANGUAGES THE BASIC LEARNING CYCLE PROGRAMME FOR CP AND CE1 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION N° 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008FRENCH1. Oral Language2. Reading, writing3. Vocabulary4. Grammar5. SpellingMATHEMATICS1. Numbers and arithmetic2. Geometry3. Size and measurement4. Organization and management of dataDISCOVERING THE WORLD1. Finding one’s bearings in place and time2. Discovering the living world, matter and objectsMODERN LANGUAGESThe students can:understand and communicate simple messages relating to everyday life.
13 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS the BASIC LEARNING CYCLE Programme for CP and CE1 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION NO 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTSPerformance skillsAdapting movement to different types of environmentIndividual and team activities involving cooperation and oppositionCreating and performing expressive, artistic or aesthetic activitiesART AND THE HISTORY OF ART1. Visual Arts2. Musical EducationCIVIC AND MORAL EDUCATIONStudents learn manners and socialization. They gradually become more responsible and independent: moral principles, understanding of the rules of collective livinghealth and safety education
14 THE CONSOLIDATION CYCLE – PROGRAMME FOR CE2, CM1 AND CM2 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION NO 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008FRENCH8hMATHEMATICS5hPHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS3hMODERN LANGUAGES1h30 in France5h30 in our schoolENGLISH 4h + GREEK 1h30SPECIAL CURRICULUM FOR CYPRIOT STUDENTS (+ 3h GREEK)EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY2hHISTORY AND GEOGRAPHYART AND THE HISTORY OF ARTCOMMON TECHNIQUES OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONINCLUDED IN OTHER SUBJECTSCIVIL AND MORAL EDUCATION0h30
15 MATHEMATICS HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY THE CONSOLIDATION CYCLE – PROGRAMME FOR CE2, CM1 AND CM2 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION N° 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008FRENCH1. Oral Language2. Reading, writing: reading, literature, composing a text3. Study of the French language: vocabulary, grammarMATHEMATICS1. Numbers and arithmetic2. Geometry3. Size and measurement4. Organization and management of dataHISTORY AND GEOGRAPHYPrehistory, Antiquity, The Middle Ages, Modern Times, The Enlightenment. The French Revolution and the 19th Century The 20th Century and our Age, The violence of the 20th century, The European Union. Geography Local geographic realities in the region where the students live, French territory in the European Union, French people in the European context, Travelling in France and Europe, Production in France, France in the world
16 THE CONSOLIDATION CYCLE – PROGRAMME FOR CE2, CM1 AND CM2 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION N° 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTSMeasuring one’s performance (in distance, in time), Adapting movement to different types of environmentIndividual and team activities involving cooperation and oppositionCreating and performing expressive, artistic or aesthetic activitiesART AND THE HISTORY OF ART1. Visual Arts2. Musical EducationCIVIC AND MORAL EDUCATIONIn relation to the study of History and Geography, Civic Education allows the students to identify and understand the importance of values, of founding texts, of symbols of the French Republic and European Union, in particular the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizen.
17 THE CONSOLIDATION CYCLE – PROGRAMME FOR CE2, CM1 AND CM2 OFFICIAL BULLETIN OF FRENCH NATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDITION NO 3 OF 19 JUNE 2008EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYEarth and sky, Matter, Energy, Uniformity and diversity of living things, How living things behave, How the human body works and health, Living things and their environment, Technical devicesCOMMON TECHNIQUES OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONFive aims stated in the official texts defining the B2i Certificate:- become comfortable in the computer science environment;- adopt a responsible attitude;- create, produce, process and exploit data;- inform oneself, gather information;- communicate, exchange information.MODERN LANGUAGESLevel A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
18 Special assistance for foreign students School timePersonal work assistance2h per week (primary and college)French Foreign Language lessons1h per dayDifferentiated instructionDuring each lesson if necessaryOutside schoolFrench Institute of NicosieFrench Foreign Language lessons (3h per week on the afternoon)Summer school « L’été européen »Activities in French (5 weeks, June –July) for children from 3 to 12 years old
19 FRENCH CURRICULUM « COLLEGE » MATHEMATICSCIVIL AND MORALGEOGRAPHYHISTORYBIOLOGYCHEMISTRYPHYSICSTECHNOLOGYENGLISHGREEKGERMAN OR SPANISHPHYSICALEDUCATIONARTSMUSIC3e4h304h3h301h302h3h2h or5h1h4e5e-6ePersonal work assistance: 2 h per week (6e and 5e)« vie de classe » : 10 h per year
20 « Diplôme National du Brevet » Continuous assessment: 240 points(all the subjects except history coefficient 1)Final examination: points(mathematics 2, French 2, history/geography 2)To pass the examination:10/20Mention assez bien: 12/20Mention bien: /20Mention très bien: 16/20
21 French curriculum « Lycée » Terminale ES:Philosophy, mathematics, history-geography-civic education, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option), economy, physical educationTerminale LPhilosophy, Literature, history-geography-civic education, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option),physical educationTerminale SPhilosophy, mathematics, history-geography-civic education, biology, physics –chemistry, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option), physical education1e ES (economy)French, mathematics, history-geography-civic education, biology, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option), economy, physical education1e L (literature)French, mathematics, history-geography-civic education, biology, physics –chemistry, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option),physical education1e S (scientific)French, mathematics, history-geography-civic education, biology, physics –chemistry, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option), physical educationSeconde :French, mathematics, history-geography-civic education, biology, physics –chemistry, English, Spanish or German, Greek (option), economy, methods and scientific practices or literature and society, physical education
22 Baccalauréat ES subject coefficient Economy 7 Mathematics 5 History- geographyPhilosophy4FrenchEnglish3Spanish or German2BiologyPhysical education
23 Baccalauréat L subject coefficient Philosophy 7 French 5 Literature 4 History- geographyEnglishSpanish or GermanMathematics2Scientific subjects (biology, physics)Physical education
24 Baccalauréat S Subjects Coefficient Mathematics 7 or 9 Physics – chemistry6 or 8BiologyFrench4History – geography3PhilosophyEnglishSpanish or German2Physical education
25 To pass the examination: 10/20 BaccalauréatTo pass the examination: /20Mention assez bien: 12/20Mention bien: /20Mention très bien: 16/20
26 Former students Baccalauréat from 2000 to 2010 Candidates Passed Mention Très bienMention BienMention Assez bien4741(87% against 81% in France for the same period)7(14% against 5% in France for the same period)46
27 Former students: After the Baccalauréat Higher educationFRANCECYPRUSUKOTHER30105Universities: 16« Grandes Ecoles »: 5Specialized Schools and Institutes: 9Intercollege: 2University of Nicosia: 3European University of Cyprus: 3Marti School of Art & Design: 1Cyprus International University (North): 1Middlesex University: 1Imperial College Londres: 2University of Essex: 1King’s College: 1BelgiumGreeceLebanon