French Classes Bristol SW, Clifton & Bedminster

Award-winning, fun French classes for little ones, aged 0-11 in Long Ashton, Dundry, Flax Bourton, Clifton, Hotwells, Bedminster, Bishopsworth, Withywood, Hartcliffe, Bower Ashton, Windmill Hill, Portishead, Clevedon, Backwell and Nailsea. 

My name is Anna and I am very proud and delighted to be bringing French Kidslingo classes to the Bristol South area, Clifton and Hotwells.

At Kidslingo, we passionately believe in making language-learning fun. Each class is packed full of activities that are designed to delight and engage the children we teach through a unique combination of music, games, drama and stories. We put our heart and souls into making your little one’s journey into language-learning an experience they will treasure whilst developing skills they will carry with them always.

Classes are available for children of all ages (including babies!) up to 11. It is never too early to start learning a language PLUS everyone gets a FREE TASTER so what are you waiting for? Come and join the fun today at a Kidslingo class near you.

Classes are also available for nurseries, primary schools (PPA, breakfast, lunchtime and afterschool clubs), childminders, home educators, care homes and private tuition.

If you have any questions about the upcoming classes, I would love to hear from you! You can contact me via email at or give me a call on 07717 204226.

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For my Spanish classes, click here

A bit about me…

I have been a teacher of languages for over 10 years and have taught in primary and secondary schools in the UK and abroad. Ever since I began learning French and Spanish at the age of 11, languages have been my passion. I love working with young children and have dedicated all of my professional life to doing so. I absolutely love the creativity that language-learning encourages as well as getting the opportunity to share this with others.


Get In Touch With Anna

07717 204226

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Class timetable

School Age Classes

4 yrs - 7 yrsWednesday4:00 - 4:30
French ONLINE 4-7 years
Bristol, BS41 9NA


4 yrs - 7 yrs




4:00 - 4:30


French ONLINE 4-7 years
Bristol, BS41 9NA



Our baby classes are an interactive, musical and multi-sensory experience with a flavour of French.  The classes are a unique learning and bonding experience for parent and baby discovering new sounds, language, sights and textures.

Preschool classes are suitable for 18 months – 4 years.  The classes are a unique blend of songs, games, craft and drama to ensure that your child’s language-learning experience is as interactive and fun as possible.

School classes are aimed at all primary aged school children from 4-11 years old.  Our Infant programme is suited to Key Stage 1 children, including Reception years.  We cover all sorts of topics – from animals to dinosaurs.

We learn through songs, drama, games and craft.

The Junior programme is for children aged 7-11 years.  Children are encouraged to develop all 4 skills through their learning: listening, reading, writing and speaking.  We learn through playing games, role-play, craft and music.

Each new customer is entitled to a free taster. After the free taster, classes are booked on a half-termly basis.

To book your FREE TASTER, or for more information on classes, contact Anna via, call 07717 204226, or follow the FREE TASTER links next to the scheduled class you would like to try.

Kidslingo has launched a competition for budding young linguists to design their own French or Spanish lesson. The aim is to inspire creative thinking and engage the children in the educational development process of Kidslingo’s fun curriculum.

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Finally, after months of preparation and anticipation at Kidslingo, we are so excited to now be back in many community venues, nurseries and schools in England with our fun French and Spanish classes, with Scotland and Wales following suit very soon.

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