French Classes Sunderland


Fun French (and Spanish!) classes for kids in Sunderland and Washington.

About me

Hi, I’m Emily. I have a Masters degree in Languages from Glasgow University and a PGCE in teaching Modern Foreign Languages. I have Qualified Teacher Status, and have worked in schools across Wearside, teaching up to and including GCSE. I’ve also lived abroad, and have a lifelong interest in languages. I have taught all ages, from pre-school children to retired adults, and I am delighted to be able to introduce this wonderful programme to the wider Sunderland area.

 

Please contact Emily on emily.wallace@kidslingo.co.uk or 07740 947699.


Fun French (and Spanish!) classes for kids in Sunderland and Washington.

About me

Hi, I’m Emily. I have a Masters degree in Languages from Glasgow University and a PGCE in teaching Modern Foreign Languages. I have Qualified Teacher Status, and have worked in schools across Wearside, teaching up to and including GCSE. I’ve also lived abroad, and have a lifelong interest in languages. I have taught all ages, from pre-school children to retired adults, and I am delighted to be able to introduce this wonderful programme to the wider Sunderland area.

 

Please contact Emily on emily.wallace@kidslingo.co.uk or 07740 947699.

Get In Touch With Emily

07740 947699

emily.wallace@kidslingo.co.uk

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Emily is continuing to work with Primary schools across the Sunderland area during the Covid pandemic, and in addition is offering some online classes during this time. Get in touch for more information.

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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