New international school in Lisbon

By TPN/Lusa, in Business, News, Community, Regional · 14-01-2021 10:12:00 · 3 Comments

A new international school for children from 2 to 6 years old will open in Lisbon in September 2021.

L’École Trilingue will provide immersion learning in three languages: English, French and Portuguese.

Based in the Restelo district in Lisbon, l’École Trilingue is a small school where children can be given the individual attention they need.

L’École Trilingue builds on the success of its sister school in London, L’école bilingue, which has been teaching children aged 3 to 11 years since 2004 and shares its sister school’s values, and aims to provide outstanding trilingual teaching “accredited by the French Ministry for Education, and certified by that of Portugal” to children of all backgrounds and nationalities.

Véronique Ferreira, co-founder of l’École Trilingue and headteacher of L’école bilingue in London, explains: “I founded L’école bilingue in London in 2004 with my partner Franck. Part of my family is here in Portugal, so Lisbon was a natural next step for the expansion of our educational aims”.

Children from all educational systems are welcome from the age of 2, and registrations are now open for a September 2021 intake.



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By John wickens from UK on 29-03-2021 08:51

Trying to buy a HISTORIC RUIN house and GARDEN in Belem Lisbon,called Quinta das aguias.does any one have any information about this empty property.many thanks.john

By John wickens from Lisbon on 17-02-2021 02:22

Great news! International schools were getting overcrowded lately, Lisbonne needed an alternative and they now have one!
Good luck!

By Rochefort from Lisbon on 15-01-2021 10:02
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