Auburn High School is the only Victorian government high school to be offering a bi-national French program. The French program is internationally-recognised and offers students a very creative approach to language learning. Students learn half their subjects in English & half in French to ensure high levels of skill & confidence in both languages.
The French Binational Program at Caulfield Junior College is unique to the city of Melbourne. It offers a bilingual, bicultural program that features the best elements of the two curricula, developed with the support and expertise of our French-Australian team.
Tingalpa State School is located in the Brisbane Metropolitan region, 12km east of the CBD.
Tingalpa State School offers a French-Australian bilingual program, following its inauguration in June 2015 by the French Ambassador in Australia with the support of the Department of Education and Training and the French Ministry of Education.
Benowa State High School’s Centre for Language Excellence celebrates 30 years of French Immersion this year. We are the longest running Immersion program in Australia and have received international acclaim for our successful model of teaching Maths, Science and Social Sciences in French.
The French-Australian Preschool in Canberra was started in 1973. It is officially recognised by the French Ministry of Education, and as such is part of the AEFE overseas network of French Schools. It is also accredited by the Australian Government via ACECQA, the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority, with approval for 132 places spread across 6 classes of “petites” (age 3 to 4) and “moyennes” (age 4 to 5) sections.
Killarney Heights Public School (enrolment 600 students in 2019) is a strong professional learning community with committed staff and supportive parents dedicated to achieving high educational outcomes for all students. The school has excellent traditions in band, choir, dance, public speaking and debating.
Telopea Park School, Lycée Franco-Australien, is a unique school. It has a long proud history, having taken its first students in 1923. Since 1983 is has been a binational French-Australian school, established as the result of an agreement between the Governments of France and Australia. The agreement sets the parameters within which the school operates.
Since 2018, Unley High School has delivered South Australia’s first secondary French Bilingual Binational Program with a harmonised French and Australian curriculum. From 2022 Unley High School will offer the International Baccalaureate as a senior year’s pathway for French Bilingual Binational Program students along with traditional VET and SACE opportunities.
Camberwell Primary School was first opened in 1872. In 1991, the decision was made to establish a bilingual immersion program that now caters to 645 students (2017) from foundation to Year 6. As a State school, Camberwell Primary School delivers the Australian curriculum to all students.
Established within the Australian secondary public college of Glen Eira College, the French-English bilingual program started in 2007.
Currently, there are three options to study French language, which is CNED (Centre National d’Education à Distance), the French Partial Immersion Program (CLIL), and following the Australian Curriculum.