Prepare for tomorrow’s world with an education worthy of today
Mougins School has been educating children from three to eighteen years of age for over fifty years. The School follows the British curriculum culminating in (I)GCSE and A-Level examinations, the results of which are accepted for world-wide entry into university.
With an enrolment of over 500 students and 43 nationalities, Mougins School embodies a multi-cultural environment, preparing its pupils to go forward with confidence into a world of diverse cultures and beliefs. The School’s philosophy encourages and assists not only the intellectual development of its students, but also their moral, emotional and cultural development. It sets out to provide conditions conducive to their wellbeing, with a caring family atmosphere complementing the high level of teaching.
State-of-the-art facilities provide a welcoming and practical environment, catering both to academia as well as the arts and sport. With a natural backdrop of a forested zone, the attractive campus offers a Library, IT Centre, Science Laboratories, Art Studios, Music Centre, Performing Arts Hall, Gymnasium, Sports Ground, synthetic Football Pitch and the Café des Amis where freshly cooked lunches are served daily.
Mougins School believes that every child has a potential which should be nurtured, not only academically, but also in the sporting and artistic domains. The School’s Music department produces two major concerts annually and smaller intimate musical evenings throughout the year. Theatrical performances include past productions of Chicago, Les Misérables, Mamma Mia and Oliver as well as regular theatrical evenings presented by senior students. Mougins School is an examining centre for LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Drama). There is regular participation in both local sporting events and those at National level, with particular emphasis on orienteering, as well as inter-school events.
Students regularly participate in fund-raising for local and international charities and the School organises an annual donation of toys to the local children’s hospital, a food collection for under privileged senior citizens, and clothes collections for refugees. Participation in Red Nose Day is a bi-annual event and one fund raiser resulted in the purchase of a Guide Dog for the Blind.
An active Parent Teacher Association assures social activities for parents and students alike, as well as dynamic fund-raising and humanitarian work. Pastoral care for new families to assist with the hurdles of relocation is readily available.
The sustained excellent academic results produced annually by students of Mougins School bear witness to the continuing success of a British education in an international environment.