Collège Champittet, Nyon
A Nord Anglia Education School
Welcome to Collège Champittet
While our campus in Nyon was founded in 2004, Collège Champittet has been providing outstanding education to both local and international students for over 100 years.
High quality education
We welcome students from 3 to 10 years providing kindergarten and primary education
Did You Know?
Everyday life for children at Collège Champittet is an enjoyable and rich experience from both an academic and a personal point of view.
Admissions at Collège Champittet
Our admissions are open throughout the year, do not hesitate to get in touch with us!
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Collège Champittet is a Swiss school opened to the world which nurtures a long history of academic excellence giving students what they need to succeed at school and in life.
Our Global Campus connects our worldwide family of schools giving your child access to outstanding international opportunities.
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Our approach to learning inspires ambition and leads to personal achievement for each of our students.
From day one students are integrated into a strong community which shares the same values of respect and tolerance. Teachers and staff work together to make sure students feel happy and can fully develop their personality and talents.
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We very much enjoy breaks! We play soccer and basketball. Others play on the roundabout or just chat quietly with friends.
Collages like Kurt Schwitters in workshop with Marie-Pascal Connolly.
On Saturday, November 26, the Collège Champittet Foundation welcomed a record turnout of nearly 170 people to its fourth ball, which was held in the splendid Sandoz Room of the Beau-Rivage Palace!
Every month, we will introduce you to one of our teachers. This month, Madame Bouvard kindly agreed to answer our questions.
The English children's story writer, Damian Harvey, visited the school for a second year running.
After the first year of collaborating with Juilliard, we conducted research across our 10 inaugural schools and compared them to schools without the programme to quantify the benefits for our teachers and students.
The students in Year 1 English love music and movement, so the autumn song was a perfect way to introduce the autumn theme.
The goal is to make a clock. This is directly linked to mathematics in which the children learn about timekeeping.