The French International School (FIS) is one of the oldest International Schools in Hong Kong, and this year they are celebrating 60 years of excellence in education! If you’re interested to find out more, you’ll be delighted to hear they’re hosting an Open Day for Early Years and Primary students this March at their newest Campus in Tseung Kwan O.
The Open Day will take place on March 25 from 9.30am – 11.30am. Tickets are available here so get yours now!
At the Open Day, you can explore the school’s award-winning campus and experience FIS’s collaborative learning environment in action. There’s the chance to meet the Head of School, Dr. Emmanuel Bonin, the senior leadership team, and chat with teachers while your children explore classroom activities.
At FIS, they are a multicultural school underpinned by French and English bilingualism, which is reinforced in both streams across four campuses. Their students are nurtured to develop intellectual curiosity and creativity and encouraged to advance their own critical thinking based on global-mindedness and appreciation of others.
They proudly celebrate diversity as they know that children learn best in an inclusive society and are fortunate to welcome students and staff from around the world and from all socio-economic backgrounds.
Their campus in Tseung Kwan O is designed to facilitate bilingual dialogue, collaboration across streams, and innovative teaching approaches. They focus on the physical and emotional well-being of their students, ensuring they feel safe, so they can learn and blossom.
Save the date and visit FIS at their upcoming Open Day! You’ll be made to feel most welcome.
FIS is a truly multicultural school welcoming students from more than 40 countries. Multilingualism is at the heart of the school’s philosophy and they place great importance on language learning.
The Open Day is for Early Years and Primary aged children aged 3 -11 years.
FIS is the only accredited French school in Hong Kong, and is part of the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE) network, which comprises more than 530 schools globally.
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