The school meets requirements on the publication of specified information on its website. The Collège Français Bilingue de Londres is situated in Kentish Town, in the London Borough of Camden. It opened in September 2011 with a permitted maximum of 640 boys and girls aged from five to 15 years. It is currently registered for up to 700 pupils. In the primary department, half of the curriculum time is taught in French and half in English. In the secondary department, pupils study a common core of subjects and follow two distinct pathways, a bilingual one and a multilingual one. The school does not use any alternative provision. It provides after-school care until Inspection report: College Français Bilingue de Londres, 26–28 June 2018 Page 7 of 10 6.00pm for pupils aged from five to 11 years. There are currently 694 pupils on roll. None of the pupils has a statement of special educational needs. Most pupils are French or British, but other nationalities are represented. In the final year of school, pupils take the French national diploma (DNB). The leadership structure includes a headteacher who oversees the whole school, two deputy headteachers and subject leaders. There is a board of trustees which checks that the school complies with the standards for independent schools in the United Kingdom, oversees financial and human resources matters, and supports the development of the school. The school aims to ‘deliver a bilingual and bi-cultural education to French-speaking pupils’.
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