Weekly French Group Classes

Our proprietary curriculum, developed by our enthusiastic team eager to share their passion for French, is reviewed and connected with the Ministry’s curriculum yearly by our dedicated and amazing Director of Curriculum with years of experience in Second Language Learning.

Our classes are designed to target each specific grade level from beginner to advanced French immersion.

Junior Academy

French Immersion

SK to Grade 6

Specifically developed for French immersion students and tested and reviewed regularly, our French classes are offered to a maximum of 8 students. They will impact their richness of vocabulary, fluidity of conversation and grasp of the grammatical rules. 

Programs are available for each grade levels and will provide a clear progression path for the students.

Junior Academy

Non-French Immersion

SK to Grade 6

Built with the students eager to learn French in mind, our French classes for non-FI students are updated regularly to be appropriate for the level targeted. They will consolidate students’ foundation and basic French skills through various activities linked to the four learning domains: oral communication, oral comprehension, reading comprehension, and writing.

Programs are available for each grade levels and will provide a clear progression path for the students.

Non-French Immersion Classes

Senior Academy

DELF Classes

Grades. 6 to 12

This French academy provides students ages 12 and up (of appropriate French proficiency) with a unique opportunity to progress with their French second language learning. Our DELF classes are designed to prepare them to complete the certification for the DELF Junior diploma awarded by the Common European Framework of Reference for Language Ability (CEFR). The course curriculum, which has been developed in consultation with a number of experienced French immersion teachers, has been tailored to meet the specific needs of French Second Language learners. 

Students will progress from level A1, A2, B1 to B2 with help from our experienced, native speaker professors.

Prefer one-on-one tutoring? We have fantastic French tutors too! Click the button to get more details about our flexible online French tutoring!

Have a group of 4 students or more? Make your own private French class with our Learning PODs and customize your day, time, and frequency!

Looking for an engaging French summer camp program? Visit our sister company Camp Tournesol

Our Four Key Takeaways

Our programs focus on the four main strands of language learning: speaking, writing, listening, and reading.

  1. Speaking: In all programs, students are communicating orally in French. Whether it be about describing everyday experiences, events in their lives, or about their personal interests, students put to use their French “tools” to get the message across.
  2. Writing: Writing is another focus of French language production, second only to speaking. Depending on the program, students could be expected to produce simple and coherent texts on topics of personal interest, or produce a variety of written messages (thank-yous, opinions, experiences).
  3. Listening: This goes hand-in-hand with all of our French programs, as students are actively listening to native speakers on topics that are familiar to them and that may arise in everyday life. This could be as simple as understanding the instructions to a task, to listening actively to an opinion or story, and retaining key points they’ll need to respond to.
  4. Reading: Comprehensible French input is key to helping students develop their language skills! Students could be working with texts that use everyday high frequency words and are related to topics familiar to students, including events, feelings, and wishes.
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