Online English programme with Jeannine Manuel Academy

Online English programme with Jeannine Manuel Academy

English language and literature

Our school has been leading the way in bilingual education for almost 70 years. Recent world events have also helped us refine our approach to innovative and impactful online learning.

Since the fall of 2021, we offer a live online English language and literature course for students with an excellent or native level of English who are not enrolled in our school but would thrive on an enriched bilingual curriculum. Students enroll by grade level in groups of six students on average: they benefit from the same curriculum, methods, and academic ambitions as École Jeannine Manuel students. 

Questions? Get in touch with us by writing to english@jmacademy.org .
You can also reach us at 01.45.75.84.84 .

Applications are now open!

To access our online application form, click on the “Apply” button below.

If you have any questions, contact us at english@jmacademy.org .

Programme information

For whom?

CM1 to 2nd

(4th to 10th grade)

(Year 5 to 11)

Class size

By grade level

An average of 6 students

How often?

Weekly : 

2 x 45-minute sessions and 1 x 90-minute session

Classes are at the end of the week day (17h00 or 18h00) and in some cases Saturday mornings

4 on-site Saturday events

When?

From September to June for 32 weeks

Fees

€3,360

Schedule options per grade

The choice of the preferred schedule is made at registration after validation of the application

CM1

  • Monday 17h30-18h15, Wednesday 13h30-15h00 and Friday 17h30-18h15
  • Tuesday 17h30-18h15, Thursday 17h30-18h15 and Saturday 9h00-10h30

CM2

  • Monday 17h30-18h15, Wednesday 13h30-15h00 and Friday 17h30-18h15
  • Monday 18h30-19h15, Wednesday 17h15-18h45 and Friday 18h30-19h15
  • Tuesday 17h30-18h15, Thursday 17h30-18h15 and Saturday 9h00-10h30

6e

  • Monday 17h30-18h15, Wednesday 13h30-15h00 and Friday 17h30-18h15
  • Tuesday 17h30-18h15, Thursday 17h30-18h15 and Saturday 9h00-10h30

5e

  • Monday 18h30-19h15, Wednesday 17h15-18h45 and Friday 18h30-19h15
  • Tuesday 17h30-18h15, Thursday 17h30-18h15 and Saturday 9h00-10h30

4e

  • Monday 18h30-19h15, Wednesday 17h15-18h45 and Friday 18h30-19h15
  • Tuesday 17h30-18h15, Thursday 17h30-18h15 and Saturday 9h00-10h30

3e

  • Monday 18h30-19h15, Wednesday 17h15-18h45 and Friday 18h30-19h15
  • Tuesday 18h30-19h15, Thursday 18h30-19h15 and Saturday 9h00-10h30

2nd

Monday 18h30-19h15, Wednesday 17h15-18h45 and Friday 18h30-19h15

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CM1 Syllabus

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CM2 Syllabus

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6ème Syllabus

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5ème Syllabus

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4ème Syllabus

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3ème Syllabus

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CM1 Syllabus

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CM2 Syllabus

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6ème Syllabus

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5ème Syllabus

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4ème Syllabus

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3ème Syllabus

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Our approach

Creative

Fostering students’ natural curiosity and creativity is essential. Younger students build on their vocabulary and grammar skills through enjoyable creative writing and perspective-taking exercises that stimulate their imagination, and older students delve deep into some of the most fascinating texts of English-language literature.

Collaborative

Group work is one of the crucial pillars of our pedagogical approach. Students are encouraged to actively participate in their own learning through regular collaborative work. Small groups of up to six students facilitate collaborative projects, peer-to-peer learning, and oral expression, while in-presence workshops held throughout the year encourage group cohesion. Students will also have the opportunity to take part in cultural outings to institutions in London such as the Globe Theater.

Effective

Shorter workshop sessions interspersed throughout the week facilitate and encourage effective learning. Students enjoy learning in a positive environment while being challenged by an academically-rigorous curriculum. Teachers provide regular feedback and students must hand in one (individual or group) assignment a week. Younger students receive a certificate of achievement at the end of each school year, while at the end of seconde, students can sit internationally-recognised examinations such as the IGCSEs (First Language English and English Literature) at one of our school’s campuses.

Élève travaillant seule sur une activité créative

Creative

Fostering students’ natural curiosity and creativity is essential. Younger students build on their vocabulary and grammar skills through enjoyable creative writing and perspective-taking exercises that stimulate their imagination, and older students delve deep into some of the most fascinating texts of English-language literature.

Collaborative

Group work is one of the crucial pillars of our pedagogical approach. Students are encouraged to actively participate in their own learning through regular collaborative work. Small groups of up to six students facilitate collaborative projects, peer-to-peer learning, and oral expression, while in-presence workshops held throughout the year encourage group cohesion. Students will also have the opportunity to take part in cultural outings to institutions in London such as the Globe Theater.

Deux élèves travaillant ensemble

Effective

Shorter workshop sessions interspersed throughout the week facilitate and encourage effective learning. Students enjoy learning in a positive environment while being challenged by an academically-rigorous curriculum. Teachers provide regular feedback and students must hand in one (individual or group) assignment a week. Younger students receive a certificate of achievement at the end of each school year, while at the end of seconde, students can sit internationally-recognised examinations such as the IGCSEs (First Language English and English Literature) at one of our school’s campuses.

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