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Alpine French School goes green!

Every day sees new headlines about climate change and what we can do to save our planet.  At Alpine French School, we wanted to do our bit too.  After all, we live in such a beautiful location and we want to preserve this as much as possible.  So we thought about the things we can do that could help the cause on a day to day basis in our school and summer camp centres.


  1.  Recycling

We are a language school and we use a lot of paper resources which is a necessary part of our profession.  However our teachers are very aware of this and we recycle all used paper at the school.  We also use scrap paper for printing whenever possible to make use of both sides of all of our paper before recycling it.  We are also looking into becoming a recycling point for coffee capsules.  Christelle’s rabbit even does some food recycling for us!


2.  No plastic

Our staff and students drink a lot of coffee, tea and water!  However, we didn’t want this to mean hundreds of plastic cups and stirrers being used each week.  So we now have a no-plastic policy at the school.  We ask students to bring a Keep Cup or they can buy an Alpine French School keep-cup for their daily coffee to use during their course with us.  We have regular mugs for the occasional emergency if someone forgets their keep-cup!  We also use re-useable cups for students to drink water during their course.


3.  Summer Camps

At our Summer Camps, we ask all students to come with a re-fillable water bottle to use for their drinks throughout their time with us.  Morzine has great drinking water as we are in the same mountain range as the Evian water source so students can refill their bottles with fresh mountain water whenever they are thirsty.


4.    Energy saving

All of our staff are very aware of the need for basic consideration such as turning off lights when rooms are not in use.  We have low-energy light bulbs and our lights are on timers or we simply remember to turn them off when classrooms are not in use.



  • January 31st, 2020

What’s new for 2020 at Alpine French School

What’s new for 2020! Juniors: At Alpine French School, we are continually striving to improve our service and offer new products to our customers. For our Junior Summer Camps, we have a new premises in the centre of Morzine which is a local primary school during the academic year, a perfect building in…

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  • January 18th, 2020

English IGCSE Courses

  Would you like to ensure that your child’s level of English is good enough to potentially study in England for higher education? Would you like something to prove your child’s level of English since they have been schooled in France? Children with English-speaking parents who are educated in France…

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Discover and Inspire Summer Camp in English for local expat children

As part of our Summer Camp 2020, Alpine French School is launching a new part of the camp aimed at English-speaking families living in the Morzine area. The Idea The idea is for children to discover the answers to the type of questions they ask about the world around them…

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Alpine French School: Choice of French Courses

Alpine French School offer a range of French courses and since many people aren’t aware of everything we offer, we thought we’d write a little resumé of the main different types of courses we run! Private Lessons We offer private lessons or individual lessons. You can choose the duration (45…

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