Curriculum Documents

French First Language

The Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) is the only francophone school board in Nova Scotia. It is responsible for teaching French first language education programs of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and also teaches English Language Arts curriculum followed in all schools in the province.

French First Language curriculum documentshttps://csap.ca/le-csap/programmes-etudes

 

Core French

Core French is the compulsory French Second Language program for all students in grades 4 to 9 who are not enrolled in an optional French Second Language program, such as French Immersion or Integrated French. Regional Centres for Education in Nova Scotia must offer Core French classes from grades 4 to 12.

Core French curriculum documentshttps://curriculum.novascotia.ca/core-french

 

French Immersion

Regional Centres for Education in Nova Scotia may offer a French Immersion program to those students in Anglophone schools who wish to develop a greater degree of competence in French.

  • Early French Immersion begins in grade Primary and continues to grade 12.
  • Late French Immersion begins in grade 7 and continues to grade 12.

French Immersion curriculum documentshttps://curriculum.novascotia.ca/french-immersion

 

Integrated French

Regional Centres for Education in Nova Scotia may offer an Integrated French program to those students in Anglophone schools who wish to develop a greater degree of competence in French. Integrated French begins in grade 7 and continues to grade 12.

Integrated French curriculum documentshttps://curriculum.novascotia.ca/integrated-french