Your child is enrolled in an English school and you would like him to learn French in parallel, or to maintain and improve his or her bases? A fun and effective solution: the CNED program!
It is a public establishment of the French Education Ministry offering distance learning. The CNED (National Centre for Distance Education) was created in 1939 to compensate for the disorganization of the education system due to the war.
The CNED “International complementary education” was established in 2013, and offers a system allowing all students to access French education, regardless of their residence and nationality. It is a fun and clear method, much appreciated by French people abroad, and issues an official certificate at the end of each educational year. It is an ideal solution for parents who want their children to study both English and French, or as part of a bilingual school integration.
The CNED offers “à la carte” courses depending on the education level of your children. In addition to normal schooling, CNED offers support classes and exercises, a fun online platform, summer courses, and back-to-school preparation for children aged 4 to 18.
Primary: GS, CP, CE1, CE2, CM1, CM2
College: 6th, 5th, 4th, 3rd
Secondary: Second, First, Terminal