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C o m i ng with your family C SCHOOLS Below is a list of schools which have classes that are adapted to the needs of foreign children who need to learn French: Specially adapted teaching for foreign children (introductory classes) For nurseries and primary schools: To register your child in a nursery or primary school, your family must already be in France and have a French address. Contact the DIVEL, on +33 (0)2 99 25 10 53, who will give you an appointment for a pre-registration meeting. At the end of this meeting, your children will have to take a test in their native language, or in French if they speak it. For secondary schools: The education board (Inspecton Academique) handles registration. Pupils aged 12 are automatically entered into secondary school. Their level of French is assessed by a FLE (French as a Foreign Language) teacher. Depending on the pupil's level of education and assessment results, they may be entered into two types of class. * CLA (classe d'accueil ordinaire - standard class). This is for pupils who have received a normal education before coming to France, and their learning will be adapted depending on the results of their evaluation. * CLA- NSA (classe d'accueil pour l'élève non scolarisé antérieurement - class for pupils with no prior education) This class enables children with no or very little schooling before their arrival in France, but who are of a secondary school age, to learn French and acquire basic knowledge (CE2, CM1, and CM2 - classes aged 8-10) The pupils attend normal classes where good written French is not required (P.E, music, art, etc.) For students aged 16+: All students attend a CIO (Orientation and Information Centre), where they meet with an educational psychologist. Students attending sixth-form or a vocational college are eligible for additional FLE support. Bilingual education Collège Anne de Bretagne 15 rue Martenot - BP 80543 35105 RENNES Cedex 3 Tel: +33 (0)2 99 63 19 45 Lycée Emile Zola 2 avenue Janvier - BP 90607 - 35006 RENNES cedex Tel: +33 (0)2 99 79 23 00 * Chinese Ecole La Poterie 167 rue de Vern - 35200 RENNES Tel: +33 (0)2 99 51 97 61 * German Section Abibac -Lycée Chateaubriand 136 Bd de Vitré BP 1113 - 35014 Rennes Cedex Tel: +33 (0)2 99 28 76 00 D CHILDCARE FACILITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN The City of Rennes offers a range of different options for looking after younger children and infants. o Crèche familiale : (8 in Rennes) A qualified childminder: looks after children aged 8 weeks to 3 years at home. A group event is held once or twice per week for the different childminding activities and to lend toys to children. o Crèche collective : (15) a registered crèche for children under 3 years old. Open every weekday. o Crèche parentale : (8) run by parents' associations who employ a team of professionnals who are specialists in the care of very young children. For children aged between 3 months and 3 years old. o Halte-garderie : (9) day nursery where children can be left when necessary on an ad hoc basis. o Childminder : the most expensive solution (the national minimum wage €1425 per month before tax). o Babysitting : done by many lycéens and university students in the evening , is about €€5 per hour. o Assistance Maternelle 35: to find a childminder in your neighbourghood and check their availability, visit: www.assistantsmaternels35.fr * French/English/American Course Collège Montbarrot Rue de Gascogne - BP 41618 - 35016 RENNES Cedex Tel: +33 (0)2 99 59 21 33 Ecole primaire Jean Moulin 8 rue de Bourgogne - 35000 Rennes Tel: +33 (0)2 99 54 57 04 Section internationale britannique Lycée Victor et Hélène Basch 15 avenue Charles Tillon - B.P. 8316 - 35083 RENNES Cedex Tel: +33 (0)2 99 54 44 43 * Bilingual classes with English (L2) and Chinese (L3 beginners) Collège Les Ormeaux 30 rue des Ormeaux - BP 60818 35008 RENNES Cedex Tel: +33 (0)2 99 50 51 14 For futher information: Direction petite enfance: 81 Boulevard Albert 1er - 35000 Rennes Tel. 02 23 62 22 20 Nurseries: http://metropole.rennes.fr/politiques-publiques/cultureeducation-vie-sociale/la-petite-enfance/ CIO (Centre d'Information et d'Orientation) Rennes: 1 quai Dujardin - 35000 Rennes Tel. +33 (0)2 99 25 18 30 Foreign student coordination: Tel. +33 (0)2 99 25 10 53 migrants35@ac-rennes.fr 39 http://www.assistantsmaternels35.fr http://metropole.rennes.fr/politiques-publiques/culturee

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Sommaire : Fr
Présentation de Rennes
A La ville de Rennes
B Le Centre de mobilité internationale de Rennes
Formalités d’entrée et de séjour
A Obtenir un visa
B Obtenir un titre de séjour
S’assurer et se soigner
A Sécurité sociale et assurance santé
B L'accès aux soins
Se loger
A Chercher un logement
B Informations pratiques
C Avant l’installation
D Garantie et caution solidaire
Banque et argent
A Ouvrir un compte
B Coût de la vie
C Impôts
D Retraites
Venir avec sa famille
A Démarches administratives
B Système éducatif
C Scolarité
D Modes de garde des enfants en bas âge
E Travail pour les conjoints
F Allocations familiales
G Chômage et droits des étrangers
Vie quotidienne
A Se restaurer
B Se déplacer
C Apprendre le français
D Communiquer
Temps libre : culture, loisirs, activités sportives
A Centres d’information
B Evénements culturels
C Loisirs, détente
D Activités sportives
Glossaire
Contacts utiles
Table of contents : En
Welcome to Rennes
A The city of Rennes
B The Rennes International Mobility Centre
Entry and residency formalities
A Obtaining a visa
B Obtaining un titre de séjour (residency permit)
Health insurance and health care
A Social security and health insurance
B Access to health care
Housing
A Finding somewhere to live
B Practical information
C Before moving in
D Deposit and co-signing
Banks and money
A Opening an account
B The cost of living
C Income tax
D Retirement pensions
Coming with your family
A Administrative procedures
B Educational system
C Schools
D Childcare facilities for young children
E Organising work for your spouse
F Family allowances/benefits
G Unemployment and the Rights of Foreigners
Daily life
A Eating
B Getting around
C Learning French
D Communicating
Free time : culture, leisure and sporting activities
A Where to get information
B Cultural events and festivals
C Leisure activities
D Sporting activities
Glossary
Useful contacts

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