02/09/2015 by Buildington
Lycée International de Londres – Winston Churchill will open its doors to the first pupils in Wembley Park on Thursday 3rd September 2015.

Just 7 minutes’ walk from Wembley Park station (serviced by the Jubilee line), the lycée will become the second French school in London, following in the footsteps of the super successful Lycée Charles de Gaulle in South Kensington, which this year celebrates its centenary, having been founded back in 1915.

With capacity for 1,100 pupils, the Lycée International de Londres is set to have a real impact on Wembley Park, with families and staff settling into the community in order to be close to the school. It is being hailed as an exciting new addition to the diversity of private schools in London, providing an international education based on the French National Curriculum, ultimately leading to the French Baccalaureate.

The five acre site of the new international school in London encompasses the best of modern thinking when it comes to facilities. The campus-style environment includes a large gymnasium, state-of-the-art science labs, a bright and spacious library, a music room and a drama studio, ensuring that pupils’ academic, sporting and creative ambitions can all be nurtured and developed on site.

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