(12-15 years old)
16 – 20 July / 23 – 27 July
Get ready for a very French summer at the Institut français! Join us for a fun-filled week of French learning.
French & Fun
The Institut français is taking its successful teaching practices to a fast-track, week-long immersion French summer camp. Fusing together French courses with exciting cultural activities, our Summer French Camp will be an unforgettable French immersion journey!
The summer camp is open to all students aged 12 to 15 years, from beginners to intermediate level.
|Two sessions||Mon 16 – Fri 20 July|
|Mon 23 – Fri 27 July|
Our Approach to Learning French
Under the guidance of our native-speaking teachers, our students are encouraged to actively take part in hands-on activities to boost their French speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills at all levels with a particular emphasis on oral communication. We design each lesson according to the ages, abilities and interests of our students.
In this supportive, supervised environment, our students gain confidence and skills in French while making new friends!
Our Summer Programme
Designed for a fun and educational time exploring French culture, our materials are especially chosen to offer teenagers stimulating and interactive lessons and activities.
Classes are taught in small groups by our dynamic and highly-qualified teachers, who know exactly how to make learning entertaining and lively!
|Monday to Friday|
|9.30am – 12.30pm||French lessons||Games, roleplays and task-based activities to revise or learn vocabulary and grammar in a fun way!||£350|
|12.30pm – 1.30pm||Lunch break|
|1.30pm – 3.30pm||Cultural activities||Films at Ciné Lumière, science and creative art workshops, board games…|
Our Learning Levels
Teenagers basic A1 – Total beginners
– Introducing yourself
– Talking about your hobbies, your interests (music, Internet, technology)
Teenagers basic A1/A2 – Near beginners
– Giving directions
– Organising an activity, an event in the city
Teenagers practical French A2 – Elementary level
– Talking about your friends, your interests, your favourite places in the city
– Working on a city guide
Teenagers effective French B1 – Intermediate level
– Giving advice
– Describing cause and effect
– Discussing social media and the world of Internet