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  • Welcome to Collège Champittet

    Collège Champittet has been providing outstanding education to both local and international students for over 110 years.

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  • Preshool, Primary and Secondary

    Collège Champittet Pully welcomes students from 3 to 18 years old (preschool, primary and secondary). It is located near the edge of Lake Geneva and close to the center of Lausanne.

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  • Preshool and Primary

    Collège Champittet Nyon welcomes students from 3 to 10 years old (preschool and primary). Located between Geneva and Lausanne it gives young children a secure and supportive place.

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  • Camps of excellence

    At Collège Champittet Pully, we believe that learning doesn't just take place within the classroom.

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  • Admissions at Collège Champittet

    Our admissions are open throughout the year, do not hesitate to get in touch with us!

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  • Home to the pioneers of tomorrow

    In our Pully campus, we welcome international boarding students from 1 to 18 years old in a warm family style atmosphere.

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  • Find out what is happening at school

    Have a look at what is happening, read the newsletters check the events calandar and blog articles!

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Our Collaboration with Unicef

As part of Nord Anglia Education, a global network of private international schools, Collège Champittet is proud to offer many activities in collaboration with UNICEF. This programme enables our students to gain real-world insight into international social issues and become part of the solution. Students are taught to research global issues and develop viable answers. An annual global challenge and international summits offer the opportunity to put these concepts into practice. 

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Impacting Global Communities Through Our UNICEF Collaboration

We help students find ways to make the world a better place. As part of our collaboration with UNICEF, Champittet students become aware of current global issues. Our students are taught how to research, develop and debate solutions. They take these concepts to a professional level through UNICEF events where their voices are heard by many.

By the time they graduate Champittet, each student is a conscientious global citizen who is ready to take meaningful action on important issues.

Participating in an Annual Global Challenge

Alongside students from other Nord Anglia Education schools, Champittet students participate in the Sustainable Development Goals project. This effort brings to life the Sustainable Development Goals, a list of 17 goals established by the United Nations targeting specific socio-economic development issues. Together, we strive to achieve them by 2030. 

Each year, UNICEF prompts our students to raise awareness of these goals by creating unique and engaging challenges around them. From recycling projects to finding practical solutions to local poverty, this annual global challenge drives our students to find creative solutions to issues in their communities. As they collaborate and innovate, each student learns how to become a leader of change.

Sharing Ideas on the World Stage

Champittet students are taught from an early age that their voices matter. They have the ability and responsibility to share their concerns at every level, including the global stage. Our UNICEF collaboration gives students a platform to drive international change.

Every year, our students are invited to interact with world leaders at local and international summits alongside UNICEF and the United Nations. This annual trip includes a variety of activities for our student ambassadors, from seminars and workshops to political forums at the UN's New York City headquarters.

Our students learn how to engage with world leaders. They also take charge of their own learning and better understand the power of their own voices. Students are empowered to change the world and work toward making a lasting, positive difference.

Collaborating With UNICEF

UNICEF is a United Nations agency focused on advocating for children worldwide. They operate in 190 countries across the globe and work to improve children's health, protect their rights and provide them with opportunities for a better future.

Champittet teachers have access to UNICEF resources, specifically the World's Largest Lesson that includes lesson plans, videos and creative content in support of the Sustainable Development Goals.