When a student leaves our care, our aim is that they will be completely bilingual in English and French,
and will have acquired the basis of a lifelong multilingual ability.

EIFA: International Baccalaureate®(IB)
Diploma programme (DP)

EIFA is proud to be an IB World School, offering our students the opportunity to follow the International Baccalaureate® Diploma Programme (IB DP).  CLICK HERE

Welcome to Senior EIFA

We are delighted to welcome you to our international bilingual Senior School.

EIFA offers a high quality of teaching and learning by delivering an international education based on the French curriculum.

Our aim is to nurture our students with both French and English language and culture while ensuring each of them full fill their academic potential in order to be able to meet the expectations of the French or UK Universities. We make sure our students are valued, respected in their differences and encouraged to be open minded in a multicultural environment.

We also encourage them to take initiatives, to engage in humanitarian projects and to become independent, educated and happy adults, giving them the tools and skills they need to become true citizens of the world.

We look forward to meeting you, your son or daughter and welcoming you to our school.

Françoise Zurbach, Head of School

Dates | Times | Back to School Information 2020/2021 – CLICK HERE

Bilingual curriculum

Our Senior School welcomes students in Year 7 to Year 13.

From Year 7 to Year 9, the curriculum is based on the French National Curriculum with subjects being taught equally in English and French. In Year 10 French nationals may opt to take the Diplôme National du Brevet and all students may be taking courses in IGCSE subjects. Year 11 is the final year of IGCSE courses and incorporates courses in study skills and research.  In Year 12, students follow the IB Diploma Programme.  Please click here for more information on the IB Diploma Programme.

Starting from Year 7, our students have the opportunity of enriching their cultural and linguistic outlook by learning Spanish and German, with Latin as an option, instead of German.

We achieved 100% success rate at the last Brevet examination, and 100% pass rate at the last IGCSE exams.

Sports

EIFA International School offers a wide variety of sports which ensures that all students are able to take part or compete in this important area of school life regardless of their talents or skills.

We value sport not only for the health and fitness benefits it provides but also for the values it instils: discipline, independence, determination, camaraderie and teamwork.

Students are encouraged to participate at all levels and they can be confident of receiving excellent coaching and an opportunity to represent EIFA in matches against other schools.

IGCSE curriculum

We offer Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education for Years 10/11.

IGCSE exams are taken at the end of Year 11 after two years of study. EIFA students take IGCSE subjects in English but EIFA also offers First and Foreign Language French and Art and Design taught in French.

Certificates available (subject to demand and individual consultation with families) may therefore include:

  • French (First or Foreign Language – taught in French)
  • English (First or Foreign Language – taught in English)
  • Spanish (First or Foreign Language – taught in Spanish) / alternatively a student’s first Language to be arranged on an individual basis
  • International Mathematics (taught in English)
  • Sciences (taught in English with a bilingual element in Biology according to demand)
  • Art/Design (taught in either English or French in a bilingual class)
  • Drama (taught in English)


EIFA is an IGCSE Cambridge and Edexcel Exams Centre.  Students from other schools are welcome to take their IGCSE exams with us.  For more information, please click on the links below.

http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcel-certificates.html
http://www.cie.org.uk/programmes-and-qualifications/cambridge-secondary-2/cambridge-igcse/

The IGCSE is seen by many International School Headteachers as the best preparation for the pre university years (IB Diploma, A levels etc).
Please feel free to email Françoise Zurbach, Head of School via the school’s email address if you have any questions at this stage: [email protected].

Opening hours

Please see the Back to School information here

Extra curricular

Subject to demand, EIFA offers a wide range of optional extra-curricular activities in the afternoon, from 4.15pm to 5.00pm. The activities are offered to all students registered in the School.

At the beginning of every term, parents will have the option to enrol their children in the homework club and/or an after-school club. The “clubs” activities include various sports, foreign languages, visual arts, STEAM, coding, drama, private music tuition or simply the homework club. These clubs are offered in either English or French. It is another great opportunity for your child to practise either language outside the classroom setting.

We hope that you will like our range of after-school activities.

Homework club

A Homework Club is offered to Junior and Senior students only. Teachers will help the students with their studies and homework.

Afternoon: From 4.15pm to 5.00pm session.

Fees are payable in advance via Parentpay (https://www.parentpay.com) at the beginning of each term (September – December – March). Fees for clubs are non-refundable. Full fee is charged, whether or not a student attended all sessions.

A student may be admitted to the Homework Club when the fee is paid in full. In exceptional cases, a student can attend a Homework Club if the parent notifies the Head of School in advance. Fees are payable in advance via Parentpay (https://www.parentpay.com)

Private music tuition

EIFA offers weekly private music tuition for piano, violin, guitar, drums and voice. Lessons are provided by qualified music teachers at the school.

During the academic year, fees per 30-minute sessions and 45-minute sessions will be defined at the beginning of the year. Fees are payable in advance via Parentpay (https://www.parentpay.com) before beginning of each term.

For more information, please contact the school Registrar at: [email protected].

Senior EIFA staff

All our French teachers are French native speakers; they are all certified or hold a teaching diploma from the French Ministry of Education. All our English teachers are qualified, native English speakers, with experience teaching in their home countries as well as in schools around the world.

Admissions

EIFA welcomes applications for admission from all students regardless of nationality, religion or gender. Applications are considered throughout the year and visitors are always welcome to make an appointment to receive a private tour of our school.

There are no formal examination requirements at EIFA. However students are required to demonstrate good academic achievement and ability. Where classes are over-subscribed, priority is given to siblings and Westminster residents.

Minimum level of English or French required

During the Junior years and up to Year 8 of the Senior years, we accept children who have not yet mastered one of the two languages of instruction, French or English.

For Year 9 and Year 10 students, admission will be subject to approval by the Head of School. Additional assessments may be required based on academic performance of the child.

Entry at 11+

11+ students will be invited for an informal interview with the Head of Curriculum. This interview will be held at the school or via Skype/telephone if needed. Students will also be asked to produce a recommendation letter from a teacher or principal of their current school.

Process

Applications will be reviewed and a decision taken regarding acceptance only when all of the documents listed below have been received:

A completed and signed Application Form together with a photograph of the student and the Registration Fee.

A complete official transcript of the student’s school record including the results of any standardised testing or other assessments. Parents should request an official transcript to be sent directly to EIFA from each school attended in the last three years, if applicable.

A copy of the child’s passport and birth certificate.

The completed and signed medical form.

If you have any additional questions on any aspect of the admission process, or if you wish to book an appointment, visit our school or meet Mme Zurbach, do not hesitate to contact the school’s Registrar:  e: [email protected]   |   t:  +44 20 7637 5351

Our vision is to present a truly bilingual environment, a school where a combination of high quality,
imaginative and engaging teaching gives students the priceless gift of two mother tongues.

Senior EIFA Fees

SENIOR SCHOOL REGISTRATION & SCHOOL FEES

Academic Year

2020 - 2021

 

REGISTRATION

New Pupils Administrative Fee (One-off, non-refundable)

£300

New Pupils School Deposit (One-off, refundable)

£2,000

New Pupils Capital Development Fee (First Year, non-refundable)

N/A

Existing Pupils Capital Development Fee (Following years, non-refundable)

N/A

SCHOOL FEES (per term)

Year 7

£7,930

Year 8

£7,930

Year 9

£7,930

Year 10

£8,130

Year 11

£8,130

Year 12 IB

£8,400

Year 13 IB

£8,400

·         School fees include lunch, day trips, IGCSE assessment fee, Brevet National registration fee,

as well as IB exam fees

·         A 5% discount is applicable on fees paid yearly in advance

·         A 5% discount per sibling applies to the second child, up to 15% in total (3 siblings)

·         School fees are subject to yearly reviews


 

Payment of Fees

School fees are payable termly in advance, and accounts must be settled in full on, or before, the first day of each term. Interest will be charged on overdue fees. Students will not be allowed to start school until invoices have been settled.

Extras – other costs incurred by the School or the student on the student’s behalf will be charged as extras, including transport, residential trips, after-school clubs, PE kit, lost or damaged books, iPads/laptops, private music tuition. 

Payment may be made by BACS to:
L’Ecole Internationale Franco Anglaise Ltd

HSBC Bank PLC (60 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4N 4TR)
Sort Code: 401160
Account No.: 70723347
IBAN No.: GB83HBUK40116070723347
Swift Code: MIDLGB22

Please quote the Child’s Name when making a Direct Payment.

Please note that a full term’s written notice is required for the withdrawal of your child from  EIFA or a term’s fees in lieu will be due. A term’s notice means notice given on or before the last day of term prior to the child’s withdrawal, in writing. Notices must be emailed to the Head of School, hand delivered or sent by recorded or guaranteed delivery post to EIFA: 36 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LS. Fees are also payable if EIFA school is closed for any event beyond our reasonable control, including but not limited to, lack of essential services and weather conditions.

Please note that all international bank transfers are to be made net of all bank fees.  EIFA reserves the right to invoice parents all bank fees charged to the school.

Late Payment

EIFA school reserves the right to charge interest at 5% above the base rate for the time being for late payment of fees.

Terms and Conditions

Please read these carefully before signing the Acceptance Form.

School supplies

Senior School Supplies 2020-2021: Y7, Y8, Y9, Y10, Y11,Y12 classes

EIFA School is an APPLE school, all senior school students need to bring a laptop preferably a Macbook.

For all classes

Blue, red, green, black ballpoint pens
1 cartridge pen & an ink eraser
1 HB pencil & 1 pencil sharpener
3 different coloured highlighters
glue & scissors
20cm clear plastic ruler
double sided Seyes lines large format
single sided Seyes lines large format
coloured pencils
1 USB flash drive

History Geography
For all classes:

medium-sized felt tip pens
1 cardboard folder with flaps 24X32

Mathematics
For all classes:

micrometric paper A4, 1 mm
tracing paper A4
clear plastic set square
a protracter marked in degrees (0-180 and 180-0) in clear plastic
1 compass with small pencil
1 cardboard folder with flaps 24X32

Y7 to Y10 classes:

1 Casio fx-92 Collège 2D+ Calculator

Y11 class:

1 Texas Instruments TI-83 Premium CE graphic calculator

Physics/Chemistry and Sciences :
For all classes :

1 long sleeve white lab coat
1 folder with flaps
1 clear plastic set square
1 black fineliner felt tip pen
1 calculator (for Y11 only)

Biology
Y9, Y10, Y11 classes:

1 long sleeve white lab coat
1 folder with flaps
1 black fineliner felt tip pen
1 calculator (for Y11 only)

Technology
Y9, Y10 classes:

1 flexible binder 24×32
1 folder with flaps
1 calculator
1 long sleeve white lab coat
1 set square

Textbooks

A set of textbooks is lent to each student for the duration of the school year. At the end of the year, or earlier for transferring students, the books must be returned in the condition in which they were issued, allowance being made for normal wear and tear.

A charge will be made for textbooks and library books lost or damaged beyond the accepted standard.

From Nursery to Year 6, certain stationery items will be provided by the School. From Year 7 onwards, students are responsible for providing their own stationery and personal equipment.

Frequently asked questions

We compiled a list of questions that parents have asked us during the application process. Please contact us if you have any additional questions and we will be happy to answer them personally.

Registrations are open for Years 7 to 12.

EIFA Senior School is located in the heart of Marylebone and only a few minutes’ walk from the EIFA Junior School. The address is Duchess House, 10 Duchess Street, London, W1G 9AB.

At EIFA, every day is an Open Day. We offer a private tour with our Head of School and trial days at your convenience. Please consult our ‘Contact us‘ page to book your visit.

From Year 7 to Year 9 (6e à la 4e), the curriculum is based on the French National Curriculum with subjects being taught equally in English and French. In Year 10 (classe de 3e) French nationals may opt to take the Diplôme National du Brevet and all students may be taking courses in IGCSE subjects. Year 11 (classe de seconde) is the final year of IGCSE courses and incorporates courses in study skills and research. In Year 12, students follow the IB Diploma Programme.  Please click here for more information on the IB Diploma Programme. 

Yes, if they wish to. EIFA Senior School follows the French curriculum up until Y11. Y10 students can sit the Diplôme National du Brevet.

We offer Spanish and latin as additional languages for all Senior School children. Additional languages can be offered if there is enough demand for them.

Yes, students have access to computers both during and after school.

Please visit our school fees section above.

For families who want to transfer their children to the English system for their Secondary education, we prepare students for the 11+ common entrance exams. We are very proud of our academic success. Our pupils have secured offers from some of the best selective independent schools such as Mill Hill, Emanuel School, Channing School, St Margaret, Halcyon, Westminster School, University College School and City of London Boys.

For families who want to remain in the international bilingual education system, children join EIFA Senior School at Year 7 in the view of being awarded either a French Brevet or IGCSE diploma in Year 11. In Year 12, students follow the IB Diploma Programme.  Please click here for more information on the IB Diploma Programme. 

Quality at the heart of everything we do.

EIFA is an approved centre to offer iGCSEs with Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), as well as Edexcel International GCSEs qualifications from Pearson, which are studied in over 55 countries worldwide and at over 350 independent schools in the UK.

EIFA is an IB World School offering the International Baccalaureate® Diploma Programme.

EIFA is an MLF approved school and AEFE partner.

"OUTSTANDING for
Personal Development,
behaviour and welfare"

When a student leaves our care, our aim is that they will be completely bilingual in English and French, and will have acquired the basis of a lifelong multilingual ability.

Welcome to Senior EIFA

We are delighted to welcome you to our international bilingual Senior School.

EIFA offers a high quality of teaching and learning by delivering an international education based on the French curriculum.

Our aim is to nurture our students with both French and English language and culture while ensuring each of them full fill their academic potential in order to be able to meet the expectations of the French or UK Universities. We make sure our students are valued, respected in their differences and encouraged to be open minded in a multicultural environment.

We also encourage them to take initiatives, to engage in humanitarian projects and to become independent, educated and happy adults, giving them the tools and skills they need to become true citizens of the world.

We look forward to meeting you, your son or daughter and welcoming you to our school.

Françoise Zurbach, Head of School

Back to School 2020/21

Bilingual curriculum

Our Senior School welcomes students in Year 7 to Year 13.

From Year 7 to Year 9, the curriculum is based on the French National Curriculum with subjects being taught equally in English and French. In Year 10 French nationals may opt to take the Diplôme National du Brevet and all students may be taking courses in IGCSE subjects. Year 11 is the final year of IGCSE courses and incorporates courses in study skills and research.  In Year 12, students follow the IB Diploma Programme.  Please click here for more information on the IB Diploma Programme. 

Starting from Year 7, our students have the opportunity of enriching their cultural and linguistic outlook by learning Spanish and German, with Latin as an option, instead of German.

We achieved 100% success rate at the last Brevet examination, and 100% pass rate at the last IGCSE exams.

Sports

EIFA International School offers a wide variety of sports which ensures that all students are able to take part or compete in this important area of school life regardless of their talents or skills.

We value sport not only for the health and fitness benefits it provides but also for the values it instils: discipline, independence, determination, camaraderie and teamwork.

Students are encouraged to participate at all levels and they can be confident of receiving excellent coaching and an opportunity to represent EIFA in matches against other schools.

IGCSE curriculum

We offer Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education for Years 10/11.

IGCSE exams are taken at the end of Year 11 after two years of study. EIFA students take IGCSE subjects in English but EIFA also offers First and Foreign Language French and Art and Design taught in French. 

Certificates available (subject to demand and individual consultation with families) may therefore include:

  • French (First or Foreign Language – taught in French)
  • English (First or Foreign Language – taught in English)
  • Spanish (First or Foreign Language – taught in Spanish) / alternatively a student’s first Language to be arranged on an individual basis
  • International Mathematics (taught in English)
  • Sciences (taught in English with a bilingual element in Biology according to demand)
  • Art/Design (taught in either English or French in a bilingual class)
  • Drama (taught in English)

EIFA is an IGCSE Cambridge and Edexcel Exams Centre.  Students from other schools are welcome to take their IGCSE exams with us.  For more information, please click on the links below.

http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-international-gcses-and-edexcel-certificates.html http://www.cie.org.uk/programmes-and-qualifications/cambridge-secondary-2/cambridge-igcse/

The IGCSE is seen by many International School Headteachers as the best preparation for the pre university years (IB Diploma, A levels etc).

Please feel free to email Françoise Zurbach, Head of School via the school's email address if you have any questions at this stage: [email protected].

Opening hours

Please see the Back to School information here

Extra curricular

Subject to demand, EIFA offers a wide range of optional extra-curricular activities in the afternoon, from 4.15pm to 5.00pm. The activities are offered to all students registered in the School.

At the beginning of every term, parents will have the option to enrol their children in the homework club and/or an after-school club. The “clubs” activities include various sports, foreign languages, visual arts, STEAM, coding, drama, private music tuition or simply the homework club. These clubs are offered in either English or French. It is another great opportunity for your child to practise either language outside the classroom setting.

We hope that you will like our range of after-school activities.

Homework club

A Homework Club is offered to Junior and Senior students only. Teachers will help the students with their studies and homework.

Afternoon: From 4.15pm to 5.00pm session.

Fees are payable in advance via Parentpay (https://www.parentpay.com) at the beginning of each term (September – December – March). Fees for clubs are non-refundable. Full fee is charged, whether or not a student attended all sessions.

A student may be admitted to the Homework Club when the fee is paid in full. In exceptional cases, a student can attend a Homework Club if the parent notifies the Head of School in advance. Fees are payable in advance via Parentpay (https://www.parentpay.com)

Private music tuition

EIFA offers weekly private music tuition for piano, violin, guitar, drums and voice. Lessons are provided by qualified music teachers at the school.

During the academic year, fees per 30-minute sessions and 45-minute sessions will be defined at the beginning of the year. Fees are payable in advance via Parentpay (https://www.parentpay.com) before beginning of each term.

For more information, please contact the school Registrar at: [email protected].

Senior EIFA staff

All our French teachers are French native speakers; they are all certified or hold a teaching diploma from the French Ministry of Education. All our English teachers are qualified, native English speakers, with experience teaching in their home countries as well as in schools around the world.

Admissions

EIFA welcomes applications for admission from all students regardless of nationality, religion or gender. Applications are considered throughout the year and visitors are always welcome to make an appointment to receive a private tour of our school.

There are no formal examination requirements at EIFA. However students are required to demonstrate good academic achievement and ability. Where classes are over-subscribed, priority is given to siblings and Westminster residents.

Applications will be reviewed and a decision taken regarding acceptance only when all of the documents listed below have been received:

  • A completed and signed Application Form together with a photograph of the student and the Registration Fee.
  • A complete official transcript of the student's school record including the results of any standardised testing or other assessments. Parents should request an official transcript to be sent directly to EIFA from each school attended in the last three years, if applicable.
  • A copy of the child's passport and birth certificate.
  • The completed and signed medical form.

Minimum level of English or French required

During the Junior years and up to Year 8 of the Senior years, we accept children who have not yet mastered one of the two languages of instruction, French or English.

For Year 9 and Year 10 students, admission will be subject to approval by the Head of School. Additional assessments may be required based on academic performance of the child.

Entry at 11+

11+ students will be invited for an informal interview with the Head of Curriculum. This interview will be held at the school or via Skype/telephone if needed. Students will also be asked to produce a recommendation letter from a teacher or principal of their current school.

Process

Applications will be reviewed and a decision taken regarding acceptance only when all of the documents listed below have been received:

A completed and signed Application Form together with a photograph of the student and the Registration Fee.

A complete official transcript of the student’s school record including the results of any standardised testing or other assessments. Parents should request an official transcript to be sent directly to EIFA from each school attended in the last three years, if applicable.

A copy of the child’s passport and birth certificate.

The completed and signed medical form.

If you have any additional questions on any aspect of the admission process, or if you wish to book an appointment, visit our school or meet Ms Zurbach, do not hesitate to contact the school's Registrar:

e: [email protected]   |   t:  +44 20 7637 5351

Our vision is to present a truly bilingual environment, a school where a combination of high quality, imaginative and engaging teaching gives students the priceless gift of two mother tongues.

Senior EIFA Fees

SENIOR SCHOOL REGISTRATION & SCHOOL FEES

Academic Year

2020 - 2021

 

REGISTRATION

New Pupils Administrative Fee (One-off, non-refundable)

£300

New Pupils School Deposit (One-off, refundable)

£2,000

New Pupils Capital Development Fee (First Year, non-refundable)

N/A

Existing Pupils Capital Development Fee (Following years, non-refundable)

N/A

SCHOOL FEES (per term)

Year 7

£7,930

Year 8

£7,930

Year 9

£7,930

Year 10

£8,130

Year 11

£8,130

Year 12 IB

£8,400

Year 13 IB

£8,400

·         School fees include lunch, day trips, IGCSE assessment fee, Brevet National registration fee,

as well as IB exam fees

·         A 5% discount is applicable on fees paid yearly in advance

·         A 5% discount per sibling applies to the second child, up to 15% in total (3 siblings)

·         School fees are subject to yearly reviews


 

Payment of Fees

School fees are payable termly in advance, and accounts must be settled in full on, or before, the first day of each term. Interest will be charged on overdue fees. Students will not be allowed to start school until invoices have been settled.

Extras – other costs incurred by the School or the student on the student's behalf will be charged as extras, including transport, residential trips, after-school clubs, PE kit, lost or damaged books, iPads/laptops, private music tuition. 

Payment may be made by BACS to: L'Ecole Internationale Franco Anglaise Ltd HSBC Bank PLC (60 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4N 4TR) Sort Code: 401160 Account No.: 70723347 IBAN No.: GB83HBUK40116070723347 Swift Code: MIDLGB22

Please quote the Child’s Name when making a Direct Payment.

Please note that a full term’s written notice is required for the withdrawal of your child from  EIFA or a term’s fees in lieu will be due. A term’s notice means notice given on or before the last day of term prior to the child’s withdrawal, in writing. Notices must be emailed to the Head of School, hand delivered or sent by recorded or guaranteed delivery post to EIFA: 36 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LS. Fees are also payable if EIFA school is closed for any event beyond our reasonable control, including but not limited to, lack of essential services and weather conditions.

Please note that all international bank transfers are to be made net of all bank fees.  EIFA reserves the right to invoice parents all bank fees charged to the school.

Late Payment

Little EIFA reserves the right to charge interest at 5% above the base rate for the time being for late payment of fees.

Terms and Conditions

Please read these carefully before signing the Acceptance Form.

School supplies

Senior School Supplies 2020-2021: Y7, Y8, Y9, Y10, Y11,Y12 classes

EIFA School is an APPLE school, all senior school students need to bring a laptop preferably a Macbook. For all classes

Blue, red, green, black ballpoint pens 1 cartridge pen & an ink eraser 1 HB pencil & 1 pencil sharpener 3 different coloured highlighters glue & scissors 20cm clear plastic ruler double sided Seyes lines large format single sided Seyes lines large format coloured pencils 1 USB flash drive

History Geography For all classes:

medium-sized felt tip pens 1 cardboard folder with flaps 24X32

Mathematics For all classes:

micrometric paper A4, 1 mm tracing paper A4 clear plastic set square a protracter marked in degrees (0-180 and 180-0) in clear plastic 1 compass with small pencil 1 cardboard folder with flaps 24X32

Y7 to Y10 classes:

1 Casio fx-92 Collège 2D+ Calculator

Y11 class:

1 Texas Instruments TI-83 Premium CE graphic calculator

Physics/Chemistry and Sciences : For all classes :

1 long sleeve white lab coat 1 folder with flaps 1 clear plastic set square 1 black fineliner felt tip pen 1 calculator (for Y11 only)

Biology Y9, Y10, Y11 classes:

1 long sleeve white lab coat 1 folder with flaps 1 black fineliner felt tip pen 1 calculator (for Y11 only)

Technology Y9, Y10 classes:

1 flexible binder 24x32 1 folder with flaps 1 calculator 1 long sleeve white lab coat 1 set square

Textbooks

A set of textbooks is lent to each student for the duration of the school year. At the end of the year, or earlier for transferring students, the books must be returned in the condition in which they were issued, allowance being made for normal wear and tear.

A charge will be made for textbooks and library books lost or damaged beyond the accepted standard.

From Nursery to Year 6, certain stationery items will be provided by the School. From Year 7 onwards, students are responsible for providing their own stationery and personal equipment.

Frequently asked questions

We compiled a list of questions that parents have asked us during the application process. Please contact us if you have any additional questions and we will be happy to answer them personally.

Registrations are open for Years 7 to 12.
EIFA Senior School is located in the heart of Marylebone and only a few minutes' walk from the EIFA Junior School. The address is Duchess House, 10 Duchess Street, London, W1G 9AB.
At EIFA, every day is an Open Day. We offer a private tour with our Head of School and trial days at your convenience. Please consult our. 'Contact us' page to book your visit.
From Year 7 to Year 9 (6e à la 4e), the curriculum is based on the French National Curriculum with subjects being taught equally in English and French. In Year 10 (classe de 3e) French nationals may opt to take the Diplôme National du Brevet and all students may be taking courses in IGCSE subjects. Year 11 (classe de seconde) is the final year of IGCSE courses and incorporates courses in study skills and research.  In Year 12, students follow the IB Diploma Programme.  Please click here for more information on the IB Diploma Programme.
Yes, if they wish to, EIFA Senior School follows the French curriculum up until Y11. Y10 students can sit the Diplôme National du Brevet.
We offer Spanish and latin as additional languages for all Senior School children. Additional languages can be offered if there is enough demand for them.
Yes, students have access to computers both during and after school.
Please see the fees section above.
For families who want to transfer their children to the English system for their Secondary education, we prepare students for the 11+ common entrance exams. We are very proud of our academic success. Our pupils have secured offers from some of the best selective independent schools such as Mill Hill, Emanuel School, Channing School, St Margaret, Halcyon, Westminster School, University College School and City of London Boys. For families who want to remain in the international bilingual education system, children join EIFA Senior School at Year 7 in the view of being awarded either a French Brevet or IGCSE diploma in Year 11.  In Year 12, students follow the IB Diploma Programme.  Please click here for more information on the IB Diploma Programme. 

Quality at the heart of everything we do

EIFA is an approved centre to offer iGCSEs with Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), as well as Edexcel International GCSEs qualifications from Pearson, which are studied in over 55 countries worldwide and at over 350 independent schools in the UK.

EIFA is an IB World School offering the International Baccalaureate® Diploma Programme.

EIFA is an MLF approved school and AEFE partner.

"OUTSTANDING for
Personal Development,
behaviour and welfare"