Since 2009 we have welcomed over 800 students to the International Section of St Anne’s where they have experienced our unique blend of British and French curricula.
For six hours a week students are immersed into an anglophone environment. Our overall aim is to instil a love of English language, literature and culture in all our students, which will then accompany them throughout their education and on into later life.
- Integrated House System (Sports Day / Talent Show / Uniform Day / ECO Projects)
- Reading Buddies
- School Exchanges
- Theatre productions
- International Competitions
- Charity collections
Our classes are designed to be fun! We cover a whole range of English literature from Shakespeare to modern day poetry, children’s classical short stories to current popular plays. Our lessons are adapted to suit the interests and needs of each class and we use many different teaching methods including theatre work, singing, radio recordings, film production, story writing, art and computing. We encourage our students to reveal their individual originality, their creative abilities and enthusiasm whilst developing their English language skills.
Each week students enjoy an hour of history, an hour of geography and four hours of English literature in addition to the normal curriculum.
College students receive an OIB mention on their Brevet, and for Lyceens the International French Baccaulaureate.
From the start of the 2022 academic year, the International Option of the French Baccalaureate is becoming the International French Baccalaureate (BFI, Baccalauréat Français International). Eleventh grade generalist students who opt for this scheme in 2022 will prepare for this new international option during their final two years of schooling for the purpose of sitting the first IFB examination in 2024. This new track aims at enriching and offering diversity to the courses available to students. – Eduscol 2022