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Option 1: Intensive courses taking place during
school holidays | 1 week, up to 3h/day
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 Option 2: Full term | 10 weeks, up to 2h/week Select: Term 4 (from 4 Oct to 11 Dec)

 Option 3: Express courses | 5 weeks, 3h/week for beginners who want a quick start
Select: Term 4- Express A from 4 Oct to 6 Nov

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 Option 1 : Full term | 10 weeks, up to 2h/week Not open for enrolment yet

Option 2: DELF Junior Preparation courses | Special course before the DELF exam | 
8 weeks, 1.5h/week

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 Option 3: Special Immersion Days for VCE students | 1 day during the school holidays
Next immmersion day: 27 Sep

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Year 11&12 French courses

VCE 1&2 (B1)

9-week courses for high school students

This course is for students in their fifth or sixth year of learning French (typically Year 11) and is particularly suited to those taking VCE French Units 1 & 2. With content in line with the new VCE Study Design, this course provides extra practice at an advanced level in order to build students' confidence in French and prepare them for their tests and exams.

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year so that students can progress to the next step, Year 12 (B1) the following year. Students joining this course in Term 1 should have completed Year 10 (A2) or have been assessed prior to enrolling. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

No textbooks are required for this course. All material will be provided by the teacher. 


Pace: 1.50 hours per week over 9 weeks

VCE 1&2 (B1)

10-week courses

This course is for students in their fifth or sixth year of learning French (typically Year 11) and is particularly suited to those taking VCE French Units 1 & 2. With content in line with the new VCE Study Design, this course provides extra practice at an advanced level in order to build students' confidence in French and prepare them for their tests and exams.

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year so that students can progress to the next step, Year 12 (B1) the following year. Students joining this course in Term 1 should have completed Year 10 (A2) or have been assessed prior to enrolling. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

No textbooks are required for this course. All material will be provided by the teacher. 


Pace: 1.50 hours per week over 10 weeks

VCE 3&4 (B1)

6-week course for high school students

This course is for students who have studied French for six years or more (typically Year 12) and is particularly suited to those taking VCE French Units 3 & 4. With content in line with the new VCE Study Design, this course provides extra practice at an advanced level in order to build students' confidence in French and prepare them for their assessments and final exams.

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year. Students joining this course in Term 1 should have completed Year 11 (B1) or have been assessed prior to enrolling. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

No textbooks are required for this course. All material will be provided by the teacher.


Pace: 1.5 hours per week over 6 weeks

VCE 3&4 Semi-Private Exam Preparation

7-week course for high school students

Limited to four students only, these semi-private online tuition sessions focus specifically on providing Year 12 students taking VCE 3&4 French with additional, tailored support in their preparation for oral and written assessments.

Our qualified, native French-speaking teachers – who are experienced in teaching VCE students and up-to-date on the new Study Design introduced in 2020 – will provide guided and personalised help with how to approach their assessments throughout the year, including the Conversation and Discussion sections of the oral exam, and the Reading, Writing and Listening aspects of the written exam.

With a much smaller group size, students will be provided with individual support from the teacher while also having the opportunity to prepare for the assessments together with three other motivated students. Our teachers will be able to offer valuable, tailored advice and assistance to help students go into their assessments and exams with confidence.

No textbooks are required for this course. All material will be provided by the teacher. 


Pace: 1.5 hours per week over 7 weeks
Year 7 to Year 10 French courses

Year 10 (A2)

9-week courses for high school students

This course is for high-school students in their fourth or fifth year of learning French (typically Year 10). Building on their existing knowledge, students will learn about a range of vocabulary and cultural topics, such as French customs and how to talk about their community.

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year so that students can progress to the next step, Year 11 (B1) the following year. Students joining this course in Term 1 should have completed Year 9 (A2) or have learned French for 2-3 years. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

Textbooks For this course:

-  Adomania 3/A2 (Hachette) – Livre de l’élève and
-  Adomania 3/A2 (Hachette) – Cahier d’activités.

The textbooks are not available at the AFM so please order using the links above. 


Pace: 1.50 hours per week over 9 weeks

Year 7 (A1)

10-week courses

Year 7 (A1) is for high-school students who are starting to learn French, either at school, or just with us at Alliance Française. With our native-speaking teachers, students will explore the French culture and take their first steps in learning how to communicate in French. Students will learn a range of vocabulary and language structures in French, such as greetings, counting, talking about likes and dislikes, family, hobbies and more!

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year, so that students can progress to the next step, Year 8 (A1) the following year. This course is designed for complete beginners. No prior knowledge of French is required if enrolling in Term 1. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

You will need the following textbooks: 

- Adomania 1/A1 (Hachette) – Livre de l’élève

- Adomania 1/A1 (Hachette) – Cahier d’activités

Please order the books through Language International Bookstore via the links above. 


Pace: 1.50 hours per week over 10 weeks

Year 8 (A1)

10-week courses

Year 8 (A1) is for students who are in their second year of learning French. Building on their existing knowledge, students will learn how to talk about topics such as: food and drinks, the news and historical events, plan activities with friends, whilst immersed in the French culture.

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year, so that students can progress to the next step, Year 9 (A2) the following year. Students joining this course in Term 1 should have completed Year 7 (A1) or have learned French for 1-2 years. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

You will need the following textbooks: 

- Adomania 2/A1 (Hachette) – Livre de l’élève

- Adomania 2/A1 (Hachette) – Cahier d’activités

Please order the books through Language International Bookstore via the links above. 



Pace: 1.50 hours per week over 10 weeks

Year 9 (A2)

10-week courses

This course is for high-school students in their third or fourth year of learning French (typically Year 9). Building on their existing knowledge, students will learn how to talk about topics such as their hopes, the past and the future, their hobbies, plans, friendships and goals.

This program is designed to be studied over a full school year, so that students can progress to the next step, Year 10 (A2) the following year. Students joining this course in Term 1 should have completed Year 8 (A1) or have learned French for 2-3 years. If registering in Term 2, 3 or 4, please contact us before enrolling to check that this is the recommended learning option for you.

Textbooks:

Term 1 & 2:
- Adomania 2/A1-A2 (Hachette) – Livre de l’élève
- Adomania 2/A1-A2 (Hachette) – Cahier d’activités


Term 3 & 4:
-  Adomania 3/A2 (Hachette) – Livre de l’élève and
-  Adomania 3/A2 (Hachette) – Cahier d’activités.


The textbooks are not available at the AFM so please order using the links above. 


Pace: 1.50 hours per week over 10 weeks



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