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TEENAGER COURSES - YEAR 9 TO 13

We have a big range of classes for teenagers (ages 12-18) at the Alliance Française Wellington. Our classes are tailored to the school curriculum (including NCEA) and complement school French classes, developing and building on the skills already learned.

 

 

 

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All of our classes are taught by our qualified native French teachers who have experience in teaching this age range. As well as being enjoyable, fun and informative these classes can help students prepare for national exams. During term breaks and close to exam times we offer special, intensive, study groups and classes.

 

The Alliance Française also offers DELF Junior exams to students under 18 years of age. DELF and DALF diplomas are a valuable addition to your curriculum vitae and could provide the pathway to future career opportunities.

 

Our programme of language classes is divided into four terms running over the year. Term times closely follow those of local schools.

 

Please click here for more information about course fees. Discount applies for families.

YEAR 13
 

Year 13 is mainly targeted at students who have been studying French as an extra-curricular subject at high school.

 

While not set up in direct alignment with any one curriculum such as NCEA, DELF or the International Baccalaureate, the classes mainly focus on listening, speaking and covering grammar points as needed by the students in order to help them to practise, improve and consolidate their overall French.

Dates and times : TBC

 
YEAR 12

Year 12 is mainly targeted at students who have been studying French as an extra-curricular subject at high school.

 

While not set up in direct alignment with any one curriculum such as NCEA, DELF or the International Baccalaureate, the classes mainly focus on listening, speaking and covering grammar points as needed by the students in order to help them to practise, improve and consolidate their overall French.

Dates and times : TBC

 
YEAR 11

Year 11 is mainly targeted at students who have been studying French as an extra-curricular subject at high school.

 

While not set up in direct alignment with any one curriculum such as NCEA, DELF or the International Baccalaureate, the classes mainly focus on listening, speaking and covering grammar points as needed by the students in order to help them to practise, improve and consolidate their overall French.

 

Tuesday | 4:00pm - 5:00pm

 
YEAR 10 & YEAR 9
 

Year 10 is mainly targeted at students who have been studying French as an extra-curricular subject at high school.

 

While not set up in direct alignment with any one curriculum such as NCEA, DELF or the International Baccalaureate, the classes mainly focus on listening, speaking and covering grammar points as needed by the students in order to help them to practise, improve and consolidate their overall French.

 

Year 9 advanced is mainly targeted at students who have begun studying French as an extra-curricular subject at high school.

 

While not set up in direct alignment with any one curriculum such as NCEA, DELF or the International Baccalaureate, the classes mainly focus on listening, speaking and covering grammar points as needed by the students in order to help them to practise, improve and consolidate their overall French.

 

Dates and times : TBC

 
BILINGUAL CLASSES

For young student who have French as a first language and young students with very advanced language skills, we offer special classes on Friday afternoons, from 4:00pm to 5:00pm: Le Collège and Le Collège +.

Dates and times : TBC

PRIVATE TUITION
 

We offer one-to-one private tuition with our qualified teachers suited to your availability and personal objectives.

 

Price: $65/hour for one person or $80/hour for two people – ie. $40 each.

 

Loyalty discount: Pay for 10 hours private tuition in advance and receive a $50 discount!