615 Avenue Maurice Donat, CS 12180, 06252 Mougins CEDEX, France
+33 4 93 90 15 47
|Director||Mr James Wellings|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18|
|Number of pupils||540|
|Day fees per annum||€14,175 - €20,055|
|Curriculum||A Levels, UK, IGCSE, GCSE|
|Average Class Size||19|
Located in the heart of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Mougins School offers the excellent British school programme for students ages 3 to 18, enhanced by a pedagogy that develops methodology, collaborative learning, critical and creative thinking.
All lessons are taught in English, but the school welcomes over 500 children from 44 nationalities. Since 1987, the school boasts a state-of-the-art, green, landscaped campus with peaceful shaded spots, as well as a theatre, a synthetic football pitch, sports court for games, science laboratories, a library, a canteen with an outdoor terrace, and the Millennium Building for classrooms and administration.
Mougins School's Early Learning Centre follows the English Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum comprising Nursery and Reception classes, ideally preparing the children for Key Stage 1. The young learners can explore the outdoor kitchen, investigate the sensory garden, and discover the magic forest when teaching and learning is taken outside into this stimulating environment.
Following the British Curriculum, students in the Primary Section make excellent progress in oral comprehension and expression, literacy, numeracy and social skills. All subjects are taught in English and the practical methodology synonymous with the British curriculum means that different types of learners are able to progress at different rates.
Mougins School's Secondary Section provides a fantastic environment for fulfilling academic potential for students, where they are supported closely by teachers and tutors in preparation for their IGCSE and A Level examinations. They are encouraged to be keen, enthusiastic, independent learners and are given lots of opportunities to develop their interpersonal skills by working and cooperating with others. Through the curriculum they build their self-esteem and self confidence.
Mougins School has a responsibility to ensure that all of its students can enrich their lives through a wide range of activities and programmes that allow individuals to find their passions. Education is a journey and learning is a nonlinear process so through effort, perseverance and the embracing of challenges, the school’s learners will go on to positively shape the lives of themselves, others and the world around them.