All Saints’ College and Alliance Francaise create a French language hub in the southern suburbs

All Saints prinicpal Belinda Provis and Alliance Francaise representative Yann Le Flour celebrate the new courses.
Picture: Jon Hewson d465030
All Saints prinicpal Belinda Provis and Alliance Francaise representative Yann Le Flour celebrate the new courses. Picture: Jon Hewson d465030

A NEW partnership between All Saints’ College and Alliance Francaise de Perth will create a new home for the language of love in the southern suburbs.

The College will host courses and classes throughout the year, with programs suitable for all ages from 18 months to adults, and instructors supplied by Alliance Francaise.

All Saints’ principal Belinda Provis said language development was always in high demand from both students and their parents.

For children aged 18 to 24 months, the Koalas parent-child discovery program aims to facilitate interaction between children and their parents through playing, singing, dancing and reading stories.

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There are also playgroup workshops for students aged between three and six.

The Benjamins course provides an opportunity for children aged between seven and 10 years who are considering learning French in secondary school to discover and practise the language.

The reinforcement course is aimed at Year 12 students studying French ATAR and complements the high school curriculum.

Adult courses are also available, including beginner and revision classes.