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Scarlet Sails Russian school in Paris celebrates 10 years jubilee

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Scarlet Sails Russian school in Paris celebrates 10 years jubilee


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More than 350 students follow lessons in the Parisian bilingual development center Logos (the name Scarlet Sails is more widespread), which is the largest Russian-language training center in France. According to the charter, the school is engaged in multilateral education on the basis of Russian and French cultures, RusskiyOchevidets reports.

The school began with a small Children's World class, which involved 20 students. In 2015, the educational institution, which showed amazing results in the education of bilingual children, moved to an old Parisian mansion, where it occupied five floors.

Nowadays, the center includes an additional education school, a French-Russian kindergarten, and a private Russian-French elementary school, Scarlet Sails, a specialized institution, since teaching bilingual children requires a special approach.

Pupils of the kindergarten and elementary school students spend one half of the day studying with French teachers, and the other half - with the Russian teacher. This special educational method has absorbed all the best from Russian and world pedagogy. In the classroom, students also study the history of Russia and the basics of Russian culture.

In the nearest plans of the school is the creation of experimental classes with teaching in two languages simultaneously.

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