The United Nations Nursery School in Paris was founded in 1951 to cater for pupils between two and a half and six years of age.
The United Nations Nursery School was set up by a group of parents of different nationalities who were working for UNESCO and welcomes children.
The active teaching environment is led by an experienced team of bilingual English/French teachers. The 2 and 3 year olds have an initiation in English with an English teacher twice a week and their room teachers are bilingual. The 4 and 5 year olds have a bilingual programme : half day in English and half day in French with 2 different teachers.
The children enjoy a private sunny garden itself surrounded by greenery (1500 square meters). Here they learn to observe nature, they plant flowers and grow vegetables.
Enrollment forms in both English and French can be found on the school’s website.
Annual tuition fees are 8,550 euros. Additional costs and an overview of school fees can be viewed here.
The United Nations Nursery School is located in the 16th Arrondissement district of Paris, and is a short 20-minute drive west of the city centre.
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40 rue Pierre-Guérin, 75016 Paris