Beginners: 10 Weeks of 1 hrs = 10 hrs
We believe children should be taught a foreign language as early as possible. Children learn best if they are able to play, sing and act using the language in a natural setting.
We will provide this natural setting - a program adapted to their needs from Prep to Year 6 using the immersion model.
Our program includes a lot of play time, songs, stories, acting and real life situations (role playing scenes) which will enable the children to communicate from day one.
The children will be totally immersed in the language for the whole duration of their course.
They will have fun, they will socially interact with other children and they will discover a new culture.
You will be impressed with their learning! They will make you want to join in!
At the end of the course your children will be able to:
- Introduce themselves in French
- Use basic vocabulary to start basic communication (colours, numbers, body parts, description of family, house, clothes, French traditions, etc)
- Understand cultural facts about France and learn some traditional songs and games
Learning a language is a skill that needs practice. For this reason, we will provide many opportunities in class for your children to practice speaking, and listening to French in a natural setting.
We will offer small groups (maximum of 8), which will enable us to focus on your children's individual needs in a productive and relaxed way.
This course is suited to all primary school students from Prep to Year 6 who want to start learning French.
All material will be provided by "A French Journey".
- $270 for Term 1, 2 (9 weeks)
- $300 for Term 3, 4 (10 weeks)
All classes are held in ourat 567 Hampton Street, Hampton Victoria, Australia.
Term Dates 2019
- Term 1
11th February to 5th April (8 weeks, 1 public holiday on 11th March)
- Term 2
29th April to 28th June (9 weeks, 1 public holiday on 10th June)
- Term 3
15th July to 20th September (10 weeks, no public holiday)
- Term 4
7th October to 13th December (10 weeks, 1 public holiday on 5th November)