French course

French courses in Biarritz

Classes for all levels for teenagers from 13 years of age

Morning classes give way to activities in the afternoons and at weekends. An excellent way of combining time spent studying and a proper vacation and to make friends with the nationals from 30 different countries hosted by our school in Summer.

Standard course

  • 20 lessons of 45 min. per week in the morning
  • Maximum of 15 students per class
  • Schedule: 8:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
  • Included in the “all-inclusive”
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13-17 year-olds are taught general French with a focus on learning the essential spoken, written and grammar competencies for each level.

Through active teaching methods developed by the Centre International d’Antibes, and short teaching sequences alternating phases of concentration and interaction, teachers hold the interest of kids and teens and engage them in written and spoken production as well as reading and listening comprehension.
 In line with the levels of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, teachers bring their students on by creating learning and classroom activities that hold the interest of young learners.
During the 3 hours of each morning session.

Intensive course

  • +5 lessons of 45 min. per week in the morning
    From Monday to Friday
  • Maximum of 15 students per class
  • Schedule: 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Available for an additional cost (+€65/week)

This course is aimed at students wishing to make rapid progress. It complements the morning classes and students work on their spoken language skills. Here, in a relaxed atmosphere, the teacher seeks to establish automatic responses, helping students to reproduce and research information and assimilate language acts and structures in line with the objectives of each level. For this, the teacher facilitates discussion and encourages everyone to contribute through starter activities to prompt oral communication, conversations, role play and debates.

Course locations

All classes are held on our campus.