I have just completed French Beginners with Lizzie who has been a great and enthusiastic teacher. The humour and cake make learning fun with just the right amount of challenge. Making everyone in the class feel welcomed, encouraged and supported to enable us to engage in the "fun" of learning, the clue is in the name !
No embarrassing on the spot questions and the confidence gained by all of us has been great. Split into useful topics to enable thought and discussion, learning phrases and the peculiarities of French grammar. Lizzie has explained it all with useful memory triggers and humour. I have been surprised by how much I have learnt and by how much cake I can eat ! I can't wait to start again in September.
Michael - Braintree
What our Students say
Learn lot and no homework
French for Fun lives up to its name! We learn French phrases which you would use every day, in a relaxed and sociable atmosphere. I could not recommend the courses more highly if you would like to improve your French conversation and listening skills quickly - without actually having to do any homework!
Jean Robb - Worcester
I can speak in real life !
"I have just got back from Majorca... and had several almost normal conversations to the point where the lady in the gift shop refused to use English...forcing me to use Spanish which I did quite well if I say so myself! My point is I felt I didn't understand … much but the difference ...compared to last year is MASSIVE so thank you very much and look forward to next term."
M C - Lichfield - Duke of York
I highly recommend the class
After taking a few French courses over the years, it has been so enjoyable to concentrate on actually speaking French. Sophie creates a relaxed atmosphere where you are encouraged to join in a conversation and improve your vocabulary and communication skills.
Hilary L. - Harrow
Practice without being put on the spot
Always in a relaxed atmosphere, the classes are light and fun, but you are learning all the time. Small groups are really good and you always get a chance to practice something but without being put on the spot.