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English Workshops for Expat Children & Teenagers

Are you an English speaking family living in France?

If your children and teenagers are schooled in France, they may need a little helping hand with their English since their education is all conducted in French.

If you are interested in giving their English a boost during the school holidays this Christmas and New Year, then we are running English workshops at this time when we would all usually be busy with guests and skiing!!

  • Work on reading, writing, grammar or speaking, or a bit of everything!
  • Possibility to work towards an English qualification such as English iGCSE

Information and Covid Protocol

  • Group Sizes limited to 5
  • Masks worn by teachers and students
  • Classes are held in our large teaching rooms where social distancing is possible
  • Strict Covid protocol in place

Price

  • 40€ per week, 10€ per hour

Session Times

  • 21st – 24th December 2020 and/or 28th – 31st December 2020
  • 15h30-16h30

Please contact us for more information!


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