I like the teddy bears and Winnie the Pooh is my favourite.
Age 3
I have been going to Fun French since I was three, I’m now nearly nine. I’ve learnt lots of French and was able to talk to the hotel staff when we went to France on holiday. My teacher has a good sense of humour and we play lots of games.
Age 8
Just wanted to say I’m so impressed with Billy’s French skills… We’ve just been playing bowling and he’s picked up all the skittles and counted them and said their colour in French. Totally amazed that a 3 year old can pick up words from another language and remember them!
Becky White
The children really enjoy French with Peter and they look forward to it every week. The lessons are very interactive and the children get very involved in the sessions. Peter has built strong relationships with all of the children.
First Steps Private Day Nursery
St Luke’s After School Club in Formby recently achieved an Outstanding Ofsted report. Here’s what their inspector said about Fun French Ltd: “Children learn new skills, for example, French lessons twice a week are focused on building children's confidence in speaking. They are all very keen to try out their French because the session is taught in a lively and fun way”.
Thank you so much for the lovely Fun French sessions you run at Nyehome. Both our children have really enjoyed them and learned things too! You clearly do a great job and one of the sad things about leaving Nyehome is leaving your Thursday sessions behind.
Richard & Monica Lawrence
Happy kids
My children have benefited from Fun French in many ways. On holiday they were keen to practise their French and almost all the French people they spoke to were incredibly impressed. Often this led to little extra treats and certainly increased friendliness extended to the whole family. They have now started learning French in school and they certainly have a head start on the other children who have not experienced learning a foreign language. Most importantly they thoroughly enjoy the games they play and the opportunity to find out about French customs.
Ruth Chapman