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If you are looking for an alternative to other Morzine holiday clubs for this summer, then read on…..
Why are Alpine French School Summer Activity & Language Camps the right fit for your children this summer?
We have a great team of qualified and experienced French teachers with experience of teaching French to expat children and English speaking children of all levels. Schooled in France and trained as teachers, they provide a wealth of knowledge and experience to help your child. Our English teachers are native speakers and fully trained. Our teachers use a variety of teaching methods depending on the level and objectives of the child they are teaching.
All expat children start at a disadvantage when entering the French school system with 2 languages to learn! Most cope extremely well, but a helping hand is always useful.
The idea is for children to discover the answers to the type of questions they ask about the world around them in a fun environment. We want to expand their knowledge and inspire them! With a mix of themes all approached in an interactive way, children will learn in English about a range of subjects as below. This will also expand their English vocabulary and their command of the English language. Themes will include:
Workshops will be taught by ex British primary school teachers, in English, in a fun way – as it is the school holidays after all! If you are interested in signing up your children and have other ideas about possible themes, please feel free to say….
We will be holding enrolment days at Alpine French School, 934 Route des Bois Venants throughout May and June:
Tuesday 1st June 15h00-18h00
Tuesday 15th June 15h00-18h00
Tuesday 29th June 15h00-18h00
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