Pre-school and Kindergarten 

Enhance your services with language awareness

We provide younger learners with an introduction to French language in your premises.

Combining a step to step adventure with another language, based on the senses of feeling, uttering, pronouncing and finally saying, is the clue to our sensitive teaching approach.

Our “in-house” method based on a specific theme approach allows for an efficient vocabulary acquisition. The proficiency of our dedicated teachers will make children love it.

We also propose onetime or regular creative language awareness workshops based on a combination of discovering activities and manual activities, such as child’s literature, visual arts, cooking, musical awakening, puppet theater or singing.

For more information and to talk about your needs, please contact our course manager:

Phone: 158-6822-5278

Why children should learn French?

A high standard

of teaching

French teachers are renowned for their dynamic, inventive approach and high expectations. Children are thus highly motivated and attain a high level of proficiency. 

A creative language

giving self confidence

French is often heard on the stage and teachers like to put on plays in French. Learning French helps children to express themselves and gain much self-confidence in front of others.

A unique system of

international schools

Some 310,000 pupils are enrolled at 481 French schools in 133 countries. Half of them are foreign nationals, this is why the network of international French schools is truly unique.

Learning one language

is not enough

In today’s world, speaking one foreign language is not enough. Children who speak several languages will increase their chances of finding a job, whether at home or abroad. 

A language that is

fun to learn

Contrary to popular belief, French is not difficult to learn. It requires precision but expresses great subtlety. It does not take long to reach a level where children can communicate.

The language of

international relations

French is both a working language and an official language of the United Nations, the European Union, UNESCO, the international Olympic Committee and international courts.