EIFA International School London
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EIFA International School London is an independent, international, secular school providing an English-French bilingual education. EIFA takes a child-centred approach to learning and encourages the linguistic diversity of its students – developing responsible global citizens, and promoting multicultural understanding through study in at least two languages.

EIFA is the only school in the UK to teach all core subjects in English and French – from day nursery to year 13.

Most parents would agree it is vital that our children grow up with an openness to, and a deep acceptance of different cultures. This must start with language. It is language that frames our lives and by being bilingual we gain an insight into other cultures. Language skills are also a powerful springboard when it comes to gaining admission into the most challenging universities and workplaces.

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English, French

Primary Language

English

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2 to 18

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Idiosyncratic Grade II Listed and built in 1799 for a wealthy merchant banker. Egyptian sphinxes, caste iron cresting and decorative rosettes are amongst the unusual ornamented features. A worthwhile and credible diversion if hereabouts.

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