If you’re thinking of taking one of our French + Ski courses this winter, then March is a great time to come and visit Morzine! The school holidays are over so the pistes are quieter, spring is in the air and this means the days are longer, the sun is warmer. The skiing is still good but you can enjoy the sunshine for longer each day and get a bit of a tan while you are skiing or enjoying lunch in a mountain restaurant. Morzine-Avoriaz is part of the Portes du Soleil which is one of the largest ski areas in the world and includes peaks at high altitude for good snow conditions even later in the season. It is a great ski area with something for everyone: gentle tree-lines slopes for beginners to black runs, snow-parks and half-pipes for more advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Our French and Ski Intensive Courses or our French and Snowboard Intensive Courses run throughout March and into April. Every day starts with skiing and snowboarding, either with other students, or in ski or snowboard lessons. French classes don’t start until 15h00 so this gives plenty of time to explore the ski slopes before coming into Alpine French School to study! We are based in the heart of Morzine and our accommodation is also centrally located meaning you can maximise your time in the French Alps and enjoy every minute.
French classes take place from 15h00-18h15, 3 hours with a 15-minute coffee break and the focus is on learning through conversation. Our classes are taught by our native French speaker teachers who are experts in making French learning effective but fun! We welcome students of all nationalities to our school every winter who want to enjoy the mountains and improve their French at the same time.
Contact us for more information and as a special offer for March, we are offering 10% off all courses. Quote March10 and book by 3rd March to claim your discount!
- March 26th, 2021
Conversation Classes on Zoom Being able to have a conversation in French is most people’s number one motivation to take lessons. Get all the tools you need in just 2 x 5 hour modules! Module 1 : The Conversation Toolbox Regardless of your level, there are tools that you need before…Continue Reading
- February 7th, 2021
If you have been put on furlough (chômage/activité partielle), then the French government are offering to finance your French lessons. Most sectors including mountain and tourism businesses have their training fees paid 100%. What about Business Owners and Auto-Entrepreneurs? Business owners and auto-entrepreneurs can also quality for training budgets to…Continue Reading
- January 8th, 2021
If you are here in Morzine for the winter and like many of us, you have some spare time on your hands, why not make good use of your time to work on your French! Alpine French School are running a variety of courses both at our school and online.…Continue Reading
- December 11th, 2020
We are running French Clinics for children and teenagers during the Christmas and New Year holidays 2020 – 2021. These clinics or workshops are not traditional French Lessons. They are run by our qualified, native-speaker teachers who are experienced in French teaching for all levels and ages. During these clinics,…Continue Reading