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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.

    Pully students

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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Weekly Menus

Collège Champittet offers a diverse, well-rounded and nutritious weekly menu.

While each week's selections vary to encourage students to sample different types of food, our menu is always designed with nutrition at the forefront. In line with our focus on active, healthy living, we aim to help students develop balanced eating habits that will serve them well into the future. In addition to delicious food, we emphasize sustainability and teach students to see the connection between the food that grows in the ground and the meals that arrive on their table.

Food sustains us. It also brings us joy and community. To demonstrate the many facets of healthy eating, we bring food to life through a variety of kitchen and garden projects as well as health education.

A Nutrition-Based Educational Approach

Healthy food doesn't just nourish our bodies. It sustains our minds. The better our students eat, the better they will focus in class and excel in their academic and social pursuits. Our community views a nutritious, balanced diet as essential to success in the classroom and beyond.

As a result, we offer a food-focused health education programme designed to teach young students what it means to follow a balanced diet. This interactive, game-based learning programme introduces students to the impact of nutrients on their cognition and emotions. The course was designed and implemented in partnership with education21, the centre of Switzerland's sustainable development education.

In addition to this programme, we offer a kitchen garden project that provides an immersive learning experience. Students have the opportunity to grow, harvest and eat their own fruits and vegetables. They also learn to prepare a menu of healthy foods, from homemade jams and bread to vegetable-laden treats. As we teach students to sow, plant, cultivate and cook various crops, they will further understand the progression of a healthy diet from the ground to the table.

Promoting Affordable, Healthy Snacks on Campus

In line with our commitment to healthy eating, Collège Champittet has taken steps to ensure students have access to nutritious snacks on campus. This includes our campus cafe, which offers healthy food and drinks at a more affordable cost than sweet, fatty or salty cafeteria products.

On our campus, we keep unhealthy snacks such as potato chips limited to certain hours of the day. We have also replaced certain items in the vending machine with healthier alternatives. In recent years, we began supplementing these efforts by displaying posters created by the Swiss Nutrition Society around our campuses. These posters, along with our more nutritious snack options, will ensure students are equipped to develop healthy habits.

In our dining room, we have taken extra measures to promote our greenest options and expanded our Fourchette Verte (“Green Fork”) offerings.

Our goal is for this approach to dissuade students from making poor food choices and pursue a balanced diet instead. Over time, this will help them to build long-lasting healthy habits.

Check out our weekly menu

For an overview of this week's menu, please see our meal plan below. If you have any questions about our meal options, please contact us.

View our weekly menu in Pully

 
 

View our weekly menu in Nyon