Our winter 2017 Weekly Group French Courses are coming to an end in mid-April. You can join the course at any time though so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you want to join for the last few weeks!
We will be running Weekly Group French Courses from late June until late August. Our timetable will be published here shortly but courses will be available for all levels. In the meantime, through May and June, we will be offering Private French Courses, Budget French Courses and Mini-Intensive French Courses. Contact us for more info!
The main aim of our weekly French lessons in France is for students to improve their speaking and listening skills. By taking a weekly lesson, you will have time to practice your French in between classes and to digest and consolidate what you have learned. For those who really want to progress their learning in between lessons, we can offer additional work or students can use our multimedia centre either in our school or online. We also offer a package with e-learning and weekly lessons.
Minimum age 16 years. Most of our students taking part in weekly French group lessons in France are people living and/or working in the region.
The program for our weekly French lessons in France is tailor-made to the needs of the individual classes and is relevant to their level and objectives. The lessons are all interactive to provide plenty of interactive conversational activities which focus on speaking and listening skills. Our teachers enjoy keeping up to date with all the latest ideas in education and are constantly developing new fun yet educational lessons to ensure that students progress as much as possible while being motivated and enjoying their lessons with Alpine French School in France.
If you would like to book or receive more information, or if you have any questions about our French Group Lessons, please email us via our booking form.
We evaluate all of our students before enrolling them on a course to ensure that everyone is placed in a group of a suitable level. We also like to discuss students’ objectives to ensure that everyone is placed on a course that suits their aims in French language learning.