What a year it has been!

 

To meet your needs for online one-on-one tutoring, we have expanded our team of teacher-collaborators and we can't wait to resume our workshops and classes together.

Practicing French in social settings -which remains at the core of our philosophy- is unfortunately not available as we continue to follow public health advice.

We will only resume our well-loved "All you can B" and "C how good you are" workshops only when safe to do so. 

We are still thoroughly convinced that the best way to practice French is to put students in real French situations. 

We also know that, for most students, the perspective of jumping into yet another Zoom/Team meeting at the end of the day to practise your French in an artificial group setting, to be -to say the least- not very enticing. 

Dear students,

That's why we would love to try something new, with you!

Collaborating with project-based enthusiastic teachers, it has been possible to develop a new and exciting extra-curriculum activity: March in French!

Feeding our philosophy with the latest research on digital discourses practices and taking advantage of the time we spend in front of our screens, March in French aims to providing you with a safe space to engage in French with a community of peers and teachers, while, at the same time, encourage you to discover your city's French potential.

You will have engaging challenges to complete, and the possibility to win rewards at every step of this seasonal project, which will lead to the creation of a short balado of your own.

This is for all levels, all students.

If you'd like to know more about this project and sign up for it: visit the March in French page.

We miss you and are hoping to meet with you again in person soon, 

Stay healthy,

Lauriane, Maude & Fais-le en français' Team.