January 18, 2022


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The Key to Success at Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill

Report – Since its first school year in September 2015, Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill has been preparing its students for the world of tomorrow, between high-speed bilingualism, the development of critical thinking and the use of innovative solutions.

Brent’s old town hall, the listed building is now an educational institution and is now quiet. Earlier in the day, he was assisted by a naval assistant from the French embassy. In the large library overlooking the green spaces, students in uniform work on tablets or shake hands with the librarian.

At the gym, it’s time for college students, while the younger ones play on their playground adjacent to the classes, in the section reserved for the primary section. The interior blocks of the 1930s buildings set on two hectares of land are impressive. The view of Wembley Stadium from the Chancellor’s office, Mireille Rabaté, is breathtaking.


Mireille Rabaté continues to lead, having established 800 students from the beginning “Better by grace“.The first of the projects to add pride to the bilingual …

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