London educational offer is profuse, international and sometimes very costly. You can choose either from a local (and free of charge) State school or opt for a selective and expensive British Independant school, a bilingual foreign school (French, German, Spanish, Italian, American) or an international school (IB programme), all depending on your budget, the lenght of your stay in London, your location in London and your children personality and preferences.
You will find below a non exhaustive list of main bilingual and international schools in London. We can help and advise you on suitable schooling options depending on where you live.
On the opposite, we can also guide you to select suitable areas (commute, life style, environment) depending on the school you already selected for your children.

Opened in September 2012 with same ethos than its sisters schools La Petite Ecole Bilingue in Oxford Gardens and La Petite Ecole Bilingue in Paris, La Petite Ecole Bilingue in Kentish Town is part of a long established language specialist schools group with 40 years of experience in the field of bilingual education.Hosted in St Martin's Church former vicarage, in a full of charm Grade 1 listed b...

Opened in September 2010 with same ethos than its sister school La Petite Ecole Bilingue in Paris, founded in 1995 by Anne Henderson-Stewart, La Petite Ecole Bilingue in Oxford Garden is part of a long established language specialist schools group with 40 years of experience in the field of bilingual education. Hosted in a Victorian house in the heart of Notting Hill, the schools welcomes boys and...

EIFA International School, which is located in the desirable Marylebone district in central London, accepts children from 21 months up to the age of 16 – soon to rise to 18. The school has applied for authorisation to offer the bilingual International Baccalaureate Diploma programme with the intention of opening a Year 12 class in September 2020 and a Year 13 class the following year.EIFA offers...

Eagerly expected by many French families in London, the Lycee International de Londres Winston Churchill finally opened in Wembley Park in September 2015. He has been awarded a Good OFSTED report in March 2019 with an Outstanding rate for Personal development, behaviour and wellfare and for its Sixth Form Provision.He now offers two different paths for his students. -> French Curriculum taugh...

Ecole Jeannine Manuel opened in September 2015 to pupils aged between 3 and 12 years old (Year 8). Opening of upper classes (to Year 13) will happen progressively with current students moving up. In September 2019, the school will welcome pupils up to Year 11 (Seconde). The specific pedagogic approach of the school is based on the idea that creativity, appetite for learning and curiosity are natur...

The College Francais Bilingue de Londres opened in September 2011 and welcomes pupils from 3 to 15 years old. The bilingual education fully complies with the French Curriculum requirements. In Primary section (Nursery to Year 6), each class is taught 50% of the time by a qualified teacher who is a native French speaker, 50% of the time by a qualified teacher who is a native English speaker. The bi...

We listed for you a non exhaustive summary of main bilingual schools in London (French, German, Spanish, Italian, American) in London offering national and international curriculum in both English and national language. Welcome Home London can help and advise you on suitable schooling options depending on where you live. On the opposite, we can also guide you to select the more suitable areas (com...

Created in 1968, the International Baccalaureate (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation offering four programmes of international education to develop intellectual, emotional and social skills to adapt easily in a globalizing world. Schools offering any of these programmes have first been authorized by the IB organization. Check below the list of the major IB schools in London, their fees and...

Since Prime Minister Cameron himself chose a state school (Grey Coat Hospital) for his own daughter, the recent trend in British middle class plus is to come back from selective and expensive Independent Secondary schools to best state schools in London. For some of them, A-Level grades have been reported to be as good or even better as the ones in most prestigious independent schools. With famous...

Some British Independent schools are highly famous and thought after, and almost all of them are very expensive. Most British people will choose them to stick to strong family tradition. Independent schools distinguish themselves by their sought-after reputability, small class groups (12 to 15 max), a comprehensive education including sport, arts and music, the strong feeling to be member of a pri...