French classes Broxbourne, Hoddesdon & Cheshunt

Bonjour and welcome to my Kidslingo page.

About the classes

My name’s Rosie and I teach French to children aged 0 to 11 years across nurseries, primary schools, breakfast/lunch/after school clubs, venues classes, childminder groups and private homes. As of March 2020, in keeping with Government guidelines on Covid-19, I am exclusively teaching online through live video classes with Zoom until further notice.

Physical classes are usually held around Broxbourne, Hoddesdon, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross and Waltham Abbey.

Each class is lively & interactive with games, songs, interactive storytelling, role play and much more. Kidslingo is Makaton friendly too!

For primary schools, all teaching closely supports the National Curriculum. For nurseries, our lessons are based around the EYFS.

About Rosie

I was born in Oxford and lived in France from the age of 8 to 21. I have always loved speaking French so I feel very fortunate being able to help children discover their love of the language too.

If you are interested in French classes for your school, nursery or for any other reason, please get in touch and I’ll be happy to help.

Please email at rosie.massey@kidslingo.co.uk or call 07584 900 185.

Bonjour and welcome to my Kidslingo page.

About the classes

My name’s Rosie and I teach French to children aged 0 to 11 years across nurseries, primary schools, breakfast/lunch/after school clubs, venues classes, childminder groups and private homes. As of March 2020, in keeping with Government guidelines on Covid-19, I am exclusively teaching online through live video classes with Zoom until further notice.

Physical classes are usually held around Broxbourne, Hoddesdon, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross and Waltham Abbey.

Each class is lively & interactive with games, songs, interactive storytelling, role play and much more. Kidslingo is Makaton friendly too!

For primary schools, all teaching closely supports the National Curriculum. For nurseries, our lessons are based around the EYFS.

About Rosie

I was born in Oxford and lived in France from the age of 8 to 21. I have always loved speaking French so I feel very fortunate being able to help children discover their love of the language too.

If you are interested in French classes for your school, nursery or for any other reason, please get in touch and I’ll be happy to help.

Please email at rosie.massey@kidslingo.co.uk or call 07584 900 185.

Get In Touch With Rosie

07584 900185

rosie.massey@kidslingo.co.uk

French classes Broxbourne, Hoddesdon & Cheshunt French Flag

Online video classes with Zoom started Monday 30th March 2020 & will be running for the foreseeable future.

£10 trial package available for new customers (3x classes for the price of 2x).

All classes are £5.00 per session, per household and last 30 to 35mins. Each week, you will receive French worksheets and/or crafts for your little one to complete in their own time.

Spaces are limited to a small group per session to make sure each child can flourish. Availability can vary and isn’t always advertised (as spaces go quick) so please email directly if you want to join a class.

To book your class, please email me at rosie.massey@kidslingo.co.uk. Your registration will be completed over email where you will receive all information including T&Cs and payment info.

If you would like more information, then please don’t hesitate to call Rosie on 07584 900 185.

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