L’ecole was established in August 1998 as an independent educational institute. It aims to provide a learning environment that encourages high expectation for academic success. It celebrates the pursuit of long life learning and stay committed to nurturing high self esteem and respect for others. Our institution is dedicated to meeting diverse needs of individual students to nurture creativity, curiosity and critical thinking. L’ecole strives to gear our student with confidence self discipline and courage as well as guide them towards intellectual growth moral and spiritual awareness to able to contribute as an effective member of society.
People often inquire about the name of our school. L’ecole is pronounced as Lehcole (h silent) and means “The School”. Since the academic session 2012, we introduced a new section for age group ranging from 1.5 to 4.5 years, Les Pommes pronounced “Lay Pom” meaning “The Apples” in French.
Les Pommes is the three preparatory years before Grade 1. The programme has been designed to groom and prepare les petit pommes (the small apple) to get to the main stream.
L’ecole Primary Year Programme (PYP) from Grade 1 to 5 is an initiative from L’ecole that focuses on providing the students with the best elementary and primary educational experience in terms of academics, co-curricular activities and personal growth.
L’ecole offers school level programmes via Les Pommes (Preschool), Primary Year Programme (PYP), Middle Year Programme (MYP) and ‘O’ Level Programme (CIE). As an affiliate of the University of London, L’ecole offers external degrees in Bachelor of Law (LLB), Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law and Bachelor of Science (BSc).
We believe in the intrinsic worth of every individual. All humans have the ability to learn and each learn in different way. We provide different strategies and techniques to nurture the love of learning in every student.
The dignity and self-worth of every person must be balanced with the needs of society. Understanding the values of honesty, modesty and self-discipline, we pledge to build and inspire respect, including an acceptance and appreciation of cultural diversity.
Personal responsibility is a key to self-development we monitor appropriate behavior in order to acquire motivation for students to become self sufficient and compassionate as productive citizens.
We help students build resourcefulness in order to assets themselves in the community for this purpose students are encouraged to get internships during the winter and summer vacation. Through different societies and clubs students participate in planning decision making and implementing.
To stimulate learning and nurture interpersonal skills we stream upon the importance of teamwork and in the dynamics of working in large and small groups.
We believe that success is built upon solid bonds between the triad, students, teachers and parents, but we also recognize community as a crucial partner in the education process.
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