Fonctionnement de la British Section

Founded in 1952 by the then Proviseur, M. Gaudin, the British Section has since been an integral part of the "Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle de Londres". We aim to give our students the benefit of the bicultural nature of this prestigious school, maintaining their fluency in the French language and their contact with its culture, while at the same time preparing for British examinations through the medium of the English language.

All information about next term : Sept 2016 - Date and Time for 1st Day of term

British Section books to buy: 3e GCSE-2e GCSE-PAL-TAL and general readings GCSE

British Section: Summer 2016 reading list for all levels

Students join the British Section at the beginning of year 10 (3eGCSE), mostly from the whole-school 4e year. They take GCSE examinations at the end of year 11 (2eGCSE) and then embark upon sixth form studies, sitting AS level examinations at the end of year 12 (PAL) and A2 levels at the end of year 13 (TAL).  A few students join us at the beginning of year 12, but we do not take into years 11 and 13, as these are mid-way through the GCSE and A level courses respectively.





GCE - A Level course




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Exam results collection arrangements - Summer 2016
Thursday 18th August – Hall of 35 Cromwell Road
A-LEVEL RESULTS may be collected personally by TAL students
from10 am to 12.00 p.m.

AS LEVEL RESULTS may be collected personally by PAL students
from 11 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.

TAL students may wish to bring their UCAS number, offer details and a mobile phone just in case.
GCSE and IGCSE RESULTS – Thursday 25th August – Hall of No. 35 Cromwell Road
These may be collected personally by 2GCSE and 2nde students   from 10.30 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.
From 12.00 – 12.30 GCSE results may be collected from Mr Zane’s office.

Results will be given only to the candidate in person or by another person with a letter of authorisation from the candidate. Non British Section students or adults wishing to collect results with letters of authorisation must bring a passport or i.d. card with a photograph. Please note that no results will be given over the telephone or by email. This is to comply with the U.K. Data Protection Act.
Any results not collected after 12.00 will be posted, except 2nde French section students who will receive their results on the first day of term, unless collected.
Simon McNaught,
Head of the British Section