In lower primary classes, the fundamental skills are READING, WRITING, COUNTING and RESPECTING OTHERS
To achieve these goals, the school teaches the following subjects:
– French
In the preparatory primary one classes, learning to read involves decoding and identifying words, and gradually acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to understand texts. They are accompanied by a first introduction to grammar and spelling.
– Modern Language
Particular emphasis is on multilingualism (French and English).
– Arts education
FINE ARTS particularly develops the inventive potential of students:
MUSIC EDUCATION: Music education develops perception and production.
– Physical education and sport
Physical education aims to develop the skills necessary for motor behavior.
– Moral and civic education
This teaching has three goals: to respect others, to acquire and share the values of the republic, to build a civic culture.
– Interrogating the world
The students go beyond their initial representations by interrogating the world more precisely through a scientific and thoughtful approach.
– Mathematics
Knowledge of numbers and calculation are the priority objectives.

The objective is to stabilize and consolidate for all students the basic learning involved in lower primary classes. To achieve these goals, the school offers the following lessons:
– French
To give all students access to mastery of the French language, with precise and clear expression, both orally and in writing, is first and foremost a matter of teaching French. It also involves all subjects: science, mathematics, history, geography, physical education and the arts.
– Modern Language
Oral comprehension and expression activities are a priority. From the grade six (JS1), the pupils discover a third and a fourth language.
– Fine Arts
Throughout the upper primary, pupils are led to interrogate the effectiveness of tools, materials, formats and gestures with regard to an intention, a project.
– Music education
The proposed activities continue the discovery and development of perception and production.
– History of the arts
The history of the arts structures the artistic culture of the student by acquiring landmarks
– Physical education and sport
It aims at developing motor skills and the practice of physical, sporting and artistic activities.
– Moral and civic education
– History and Geography
To begin to understand the unity and complexity of the world, history and geography provide joint, temporal and spatial cues.
– Sciences and technologies
The concepts already discussed are revisited to progress towards more generalization and abstraction, always taking care to start from the concrete and the student’s representations.
– Mathematics
The practice of mathematics develops a taste for research and reasoning, imagination and abstraction skills, rigor and precision.
In mathematics, the acquisition of procedures is always associated with their understanding.