French students using Skype

Our Frequently Asked Questions:

Our group and individual classes are held in South Bunbury but can relocate on demand (extra fees might apply).

You can attend our lessons online (via ZOOM) from anywhere, in the comfort of your own home, saving travel time and expenses.
If you are not familiar with this tool, we’ll be happy to guide you.

It is highly recommended that you contact us before enrolling in any class. A phone call will ensure we can assess your level and suggest the best class for you.

Group classes are held weekly, over the length of a school term. You are welcome to register your interest prior to a class being advertised. Individual classes (1 to 3 students) can be scheduled on demand (subject to tutor’s availability)

Depending on the type of classes, usually no less than 4 with a max of 6, giving participants ample opportunity to speak.

Group classes are a fixed number of lessons, and their set price is supplied when each class is advertised. The price of the individual classes is calculated according to the number of participants and the numbers of hours of tuition purchased in one transaction. Contact us for more information.

It depends on the type of class; if a manual is required, its cost is added to the price of the class

Our group classes are a fixed price package. If you are unable to attend in person, ask us how you can join the lesson online. After each lesson, a pdf of the lesson is sent to each student enabling absentees to catch up. For online group lesson, the lesson can be recorded with the agreement of all participants; the lesson’s video is then made available to participants only, for viewing.

Yes, all classes aim to have the students talking. In line with the principles of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), our classes are about learning the language to use it, in context. To be able to hold a conversation, you’ll learn : - the words necessary for a particular situation (le vocabulaire), - how to pronounce these words and recognise them when they are spoken (la phonétique) - how to use these words so you can produce meaningful sentences (la grammaire).

Of course! Whichever the occasion (Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Birthday, Mother’s, or Father’s Day, etc…), our gift vouchers are the ideal gift for your friends or loved ones who wish to learn French. (terms and conditions apply)

Our library offers a wide selection of books and DVDs available to our students.