"Give your children a chance to attend a school of excellence
and study both in French and English!"
The French International School of Yangon (LFIR) has been a member of the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE) since the beginning of 2016. Teaching is done in French and English. Myanmar language classes are also offered as well as Spanish. The school, because of its history and tradition is a meeting place for linguistic and cultural exchanges. It welcomes students of all nationalities, from the kindergarten to high school. It aims to encourage personal fulfilment, to develop independence and critical spirit, to give student a taste of effort and competition, all combined in group work and in the respect of each other. Teaching is done according to the French curriculum.
A French International School.
Education in French and English according to the French curriculum.
Classes for Pre-school age 2 - 5 years old, Primary and secondary from Grade 1 - Grade 9 and high school Grade 10 (start September 2018)
Who is who?
More than 90% of the courses are taught by teachers with national education diplomas.
For Elementary they hold CRPE and for secondary they hold CAPES or Aggregation.
Teachers are recruited in France.
LFIR invites you for a celebration of education and achievement at our annual open day on February 12th. Enjoy a day-long
event, from 9am-7pm, that gives children and parents the opportunity to enjoy to explore the school and discover some of our exciting term time activities.
ဖေဖော်ဝါရီ ၁၂ ရက်နေ့မှာ ကျင်းပမယ့် LFIR ရဲ့ နှစ်စဉ်ဖွင့်ပွဲနေ့မှာ ပညာရေး နဲ့ အောင်မြင်မှုကို ကျင်းပပေးဖို့ ဖိတ်ခေါ်လိုက်တယ်နော်။ ကျောင်းသားတွေနဲ့ မိဘတွေအားလုံး မနက် ၉ နာရီကနေ ည ၇ နာရီအထိ ကျောင်းနဲ့ ပက်သက်တဲ့ အခွင့်အရေးတွေ၊ စိတ်လှုပ်ရှားစရာ အစီအစဉ်တွေကို ကိုယ်တိုင် လာရောက် ရှာဖွေ လေ့လာလိုက်ပါ။
A rather special clown came to give his show to make students aware of plastic pollution. He unpacked a lot of accessories from his suitcase to make us react with lots of emotion ... hoping to change some of our plastic use habits !!
Film productions at LFIR
The AEFE Asia Zone Film Festival and The world scientific film festival.
Our students of CE1, CM2 and college, with teachers as producers and a young filmmaker called David Hardillier for extra expertise, have given our students an excellent example of amateur filmmaking with prize potential.