The independent Diwan School of Paris, the capitals only regional-language school, is to move to a new home after learning that it had to vacate its premises in July. The bi-lingual French-Breton infant school will move into city council premises in Rue Liancourt in the 14me arrondissement at the end of September. The Ville de Paris has also managed to secure a temporary extension on the lease at the former premises, also in the 14me, to allow students to start the school year as normal. Although catering mainly to the children of the large Breton community in Paris, lcole Diwan de Paris is free, non-denominational and open to students of all races and religions. A network of over 30 Diwan primary schools and high schools has been operating for over 25 years in Brittany.

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