A majority of pupils have at least one parent whose mother tongue is English. However, not all children come from Anglophone families, and even those who do may not speak English regularly at home. There are children from many different nationalities, and some students are trilingual. Pupils from non-English-speaking families may have had weekly language lessons (e.g. British Council), lived abroad and attended school in English, or may have previously been enrolled in a bilingual programme.