The French School of Kuala Lumpur (LFKL) recently opened their new Primary School Hevea, which is open to non-French speaking children aged three to eight. The school offers a specially adapted curriculum designed to ensure the integration of international students. Young learners greatly benefit from an early English programme comprising five to eight hours of English classes weekly; and additional French language support is provided for non-French speakers aged six to eight.
LFKL has a student body of over 600 students from 47 different countries with classes starting at kindergarten through to high school. The school is part of the AEFE – a public agency under the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in charge of French education abroad. The AEFE has a global network of 522 French schools in 139 countries following the national French curriculum culminating in the French Baccalaureate, which is an internationally recognised certification.
A high standard of education is maintained with students benefiting from multilingual teaching and cultural, artistic, technical, scientific, literary and sport activities. In addition to English, secondary school students have the opportunity to learn up to four languages (German, Spanish, Mandarin and Bahasa Melayu) and sit for exams for international boards including Cambridge, DELF, DELE, IELTS and HSK. Classes are taught by qualified French teachers attached to the French Ministry of National Education and English native-speaking teachers.
As a non-profit, parent governed school, LFKL is able to offer affordable fees to students of all nationalities.
The school will be holding a Virtual Open Day on Saturday 23rd January from 10am to 12midday. Potential parents will be able to explore the primary school’s new facilities and find out more about the benefits of the French curriculum.
Book your spot here.