Living School Paris

November 5, 2018 | France, Paris, Paris education, Schools Paris

The Living School Paris in the 19th arrondissement provides a bilingual education for Preschool, Primary and Elementary level. The school follows the French national curriculum programmes (language, learning about the world, living together, self-expression through movement and creation) while adding some indispensable features such as life skills, health and vitality, sustainable development and computing.

Children 2.5 to 8 years old are grouped together into 3 double-level classes, where they can develop at their own pace. This method allows children to move ahead with the older ones on the subjects they master and helping the older students develop empathy and leadership with those who do not grasp a concept as well. During the morning workshops, the children are divided into sub-groups to follow the programme of their section. For the entire afternoon, a teacher from an English-speaking country is present, leads activities and speaks to the children in English only.


The school does not make its tuition fees online. Please follow the admissions process below to request more information from the school.


The Living School Paris asks parents to fill out a pre-enrollment form which can be found online. Parents who have applied for the following September will be invited by email to an Open House in January, February or June. Following this presentation, the schools asks interested families to send an additional email explaining why they would like to be part of the school.



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Catherine Sharp-Aouchiche

Contact Details:

6 rue Georges Auric, 75019 Paris

1 response to “Living School Paris”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    I’d like to suggest the Living School, in the 19th arrondissement. Maternelle and elementaire level for now, with bilingual teaching and after-school care. teaching is based on Montessori principles and focus on developing each individual to be environmentally aware, emotionally intelligent children. (CSA)

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