Learning a Second Language the Natural Way
We teach French in an age-appropriate settings with plenty of fun, educational, and cultural activities. Our young learners are immersed into the French language and francophone culture. Our aim is to help them learn French as naturally as possible.
We follow the DELF curriculum - the only French as a foreign language diploma for children issued by the French Department of Education. This educational program contains standardized courses for various levels of French mastery. It enables your child to take exams in an official testing center and obtain DELF diplomas, which are valid for life and are recognized worldwide. At the completion of each language level, your child will also receive a certificate of achievement from our school.
Our private and small group class sizes facilitate student participation and interactions with the teacher and classmates. The classroom environment is creative, motivating, and supportive.
Our classes are categorized in two ways:
Children will be immersed in a French speaking environment. They will engage in playful and interactive activities through songs, videos, storytelling and games. They will be introduced to a wide variety of vocabulary: names and greetings, numbers, colors, animals, body parts, food, family, clothes, and more. They will be further exposed to French culture via celebrations and holiday activities throughout the year (Mardi Gras, Easter, Mother’s Day, Bastille Day, Winter Holidays…).
1 hour per week
(2 x 30 min classes)
Children will be immersed in a French environment and learn about subjects that spark their imagination and curiosity. Our students will learn to practice speaking, to express themselves and to talk about their activities, their passions, their environment. They will practice the language in playful situations, by taking on a new identity or trying new activities. Through games and role plays students will have the opportunity to develop comprehension skills, to, and to learn about the francophone culture. Vocabulary and basic grammar will be introduced progressively over the course of the year.
1 hour per week
Teens will be immersed in a French environment and learn about subjects that spark their imagination and curiosity. Teenagers will learn French through a series of emails, invitations, text messages, and conversations from French teens. Through games, videos, and role plays students will have the opportunity to develop comprehension skills, practice speaking, and learn about the francophone world. Vocabulary and grammar will be introduced progressively over the course of the year.
1.5 hour per week