3 – 5 years old, French introduction Saturdays 9:30am – 10:20am

3 – 5 years old, French introduction Saturdays 9:30am – 10:20am
0 student

21/9/19 – 27/6/20

Registration open all the school year long, possibility to register per trimester (€ 171)

This class is a soft introduction into French language and includes stories, songs, games and arts and crafts. The main objective is to enable children to feel confident in a French speaking environment before they start developing language consequences (understanding a simple statement, learning words and sentences…)


Sabrina is a qualified teacher in French and English. She was born in Auvergne region and has lived in different parts of France as well as in Ireland and in the United Kingdom. She holds a Bachelor in English studies and Teaching French as foreign language. She also holds a Master's degree in translation and another one in TESOL and education and language policies. She received her teacher certification by the French Ministry of Education in 2010, and specialised in English language and French literature. She has taught since, in upper secondary schools in France, and at primary and lower secondary levels in Amsterdam. She has mainly taught French as a foreign language to newly arrived pupils from abroad, through organisations and as part of an inclusive school program. She is passionate about languages and technologies.
Sophie Coll
Sophie was born in Perpignan and grew up in a small mountain village in the Languedoc region at the Spanish border. Three years ago, she moved to Brest in Brittany after having lived in Toulouse for 8 years, which she calls her second home. Sophie also lived in Okinawa, Japan, for a year. There she obtained her degree in “Français Langue Étrangère” (French as a second language) and taught French to a diverse and international public. In her classes, Sophie likes to make use of popular culture, interculturality and a playful way of teaching. Concretely, this means the use of videos and various games. With her humour and enthusiasm, she brings a pleasant vibe to the class. Apart from teaching, Sophie likes drawing and travelling.
Elodie Dobigny
Elodie was born and grew up in Perpignan in the south of France. She has visited and lived in several other countries. During her experiences abroad, she discovered her passion for teaching languages. She taught FLE (French as a foreign language) in Australia for 3 years, and in Tokyo, she animated conversation classes for Japanese adults. She enjoys working with groups of adults as well as with children. Elodie is dynamic and likes to work interactively by focusing on participatory learning from educational material that she likes to create herself. In her free time, Elodie enjoys exploring new places, cycling, reading and sharing good times with family and friends.
Manon Clément
Manon was born in Montpellier in the south of France and grew up in a very small village in the Pic Saint-Loup region. She has a bachelor’s degree in French Language and Literature (“Lettres Modernes”) and she is finishing French as foreign language studies. She was a language assistant in England for two years and she worked in several primary and secondary schools. After this first expatriation, she came to Utrecht in order to join her partner, she worked at the Hogeschool and she started to learn Dutch. She likes meeting people with different cultures and she is interested in languages. During her free-time, Manon enjoys reading, going to the cinema, travelling and hiking.