Frenchtastic

Spanish Classes – Bath area

Hi my name is Olga & I run fun Spanish classes for kids from birth to age 11 years in Bath & the surround areas (BA1, BA2, BA3, BA11, BA12, BA13). Its all about fun games,story telling, songs and dance and much more.

The classes are:
Baby & toddler class (0-2 years).
Junior class (5-8 years).
See timetable below for details.

To book your FREE TASTER class contact Olga on 07899 894513 or olgajf@spanishtastic.co.uk.

We also deliver classes in nurseries, childminders, home educated communities, families and more. Please don’t hesitate to get in contact for any questions you might have.

Class timetable

Baby Classes

AgeDayTimeVenue
6 mths -
2 yrs
Wednesday11:00 - 11:30
Home
Houston Way
Frome, BA11 3EU
EnrolFree Taster

School Age Classes

AgeDayTimeVenue
5 yrs -
8 yrs
Friday4:00 - 4:30
Home
Houston Way
Frome, BA11 3EU
EnrolFree Taster

In these classes we teach  fun Spanish classes to  children using song,games, drama & story telling .Our focus is all about children learning through fun. We use lots of lovely songs, games, dancing & activities to bring it to life. We use bright coloured  scarves,musical instruments , animal hand puppets, parachute & loads of other toys & props to ensure that is very fun, lively & interactive experience for the children.

Our baby programme, aimed at babies from birth to 18 months old, offers unique music, songs and multi-sensory classes with a flavor of Spanish. The classes offer babies the chance to discover new sounds, language, sights and textures. Through a range of different themed classes, we transport parents and babies into a fun, exciting and stimulating world through a combination of actions, rhymes, songs, materials, colors and music.Research has shown that children who hear sounds from a foreign language in the first six months of life will be able to reproduce those sounds much more easily later on. Through our lovely foreign language songs, baby can develop an early aptitude for languages and research suggests that babies mentally practice speech until they begin to talk. It’s also a great opportunity for parents to revisit or learn new language skills.