Posted on 12 January 2010 by Dan Johnson
From personal experience, I know just how hard it can be to use a foreign language abroad, especially if your first efforts draw blank looks from the people you are speaking to.
So, our new French Language Classes for children are a brilliant way to bolster their confidence to use the French they’ve learned at school, and to bring their school lessons to life.
Our five-day Fun With French classes run at two siblu parcs and have been specially formulated by a professional teacher to appeal to 12-16 year olds. Best of all, they cost just £10 to take part in, and that include a last day meal.
Each Fun with French course includes five 90-minute group sessions with themes such as celebrity life, holidays, TV and films, shopping, restaurants and winning the lottery. The focus is on conversation, games and fun, and courses are designed to increase each child’s self-belief when speaking French.
The classes have been designed to get kids talking French on their holiday. Even one week of speaking French will benefit them greatly when they head back to school.
Fun with French is available at two siblu parcs – Bonne Anse Plage in Charente Maritime and Le Bois Masson in the Vendée. Classes take place during the Whitsun week school holidays (from 31 May 2010).