French for school exams Why not join them now and give your child the best chance to succeed!

 

Our long-established expertise in academic examinations can make the difference. This includes GCSE, AS and A’ Level preparation and revision throughout the year and preparation for common entrance and university entrance examinations.

Preparation for the International Baccalaureate is also available.

Our courses focus on the listening, reading and writing skills with highly-qualified native speakers who have several years’ experience in preparing young students for school exams.

Each session includes 2 mock exams in order to assess the student’s progress.

An impressive number of parents have trusted us for many years with commitment, quality and trust at the heart of the relationship between our teachers, the children and their parents.

Why not join them now and give your child the best chance to succeed!

“I have just found out that I managed a seven in French! That means I meet all the requirements to study in Cambridge! This has always been one of my biggest dreams ever and I am so grateful to you from the bottom of my heart for the assistance you provided this year. I owe it to you!!”  Holly S.

£40.00 per hour at your premises
£30.00 per hour at the school

 

SMALL GROUP CLASSES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE

Make up a group class yourself!

For any private tuition, whether adults or young students, learners can make up a group class of up to three students:  all you need to do is find one or two other persons with the same level and needs and call us!

Up to two

£22 per person per hour at the location of your choice
£15 per person per hour at the school

Up to three

£18 per person per hour at the location of your choice
£12 per person per hour at the school

 

 

 

 

Did you know?

The number of pupils who took French GCSE last year was 188,688 and French is by far the most popular foreign language in the UK.

“The reduction in take-up of modern foreign languages, particularly in French and German, is of fundamental concern. Very many young people may well regret in future that they should have taken a foreign language but didn’t do so because this subject area is now optional.” Christine Blower, general secretary of the NUT.

“The sharp decline in modern foreign languages, particularly French and German, is of grave concern. The current uptake of foreign languages is inadequate to meet the needs of our universities, economy and society.” Wendy Piatt, director general of the Russell Group of elite universities.

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