Palestine. Ramallah, P.O Box 705

French, English and Arabic


+970 562 103 103


Ramallah, P.O Box 705

7:50 AM - 4:30 PM

Sunday to Thursday


Ramallah, P.O Box 705

07:30 - 19:00

Sunday to Thursday


The LFIR school project is organized around three axes: the Languages Policy, the Arts and Cultural education and the scienctific process at the service of learning.

Axe 1: language policy:

Languages are ubiquitous in the school; the three languages of schooling are also the three languages of communication.

The large weekly hours devoted to languages should lead students to master idioms that are not their mother tongue. The actions envisaged benefit both the multilingualism of the school and the plurilingualism of the pupils.

The cross-cutting that accompanies the second and third axis involves making every effort to decompartmentalize language teaching and promote the transfer of knowledge and skills from one language to another.

Languages taught: French, English, Arabic.

AXE 2: Developement of artistic and cultural education: 

 At LFIR, an important place is reserved for artistic and cultural education. The versatility of school teachers introduces students to artistic and cultural events, both musical and plastic.

Some activities are practiced as part of the programs and others are extracurricular.

The interest is to develop a curiosity and an appetite in a basin where the proposals for the young public are more than rare., While promoting the acquired language.

AXE 3: The scientific process at the service of learning:

The goal of the LFIR is to make the world around us understandable, by familiarizing them with a playful but rigorous scientific reasoning.

The investigation process is fully in line with this desire to make sense of learning. It respects a pre-established framework: a research axis, a master idea and avenues for investigation.

To practice science in the classroom is to leave the pedagogical formalism, the masterful posture, the disciplinary content stricto sensu to take pleasure in building its knowledge through experimentation, sensitive approach and stimulated curiosity.