The Alliance Française of Greenwich is a vibrant community of francophones and francophiles that encourages and furthers the knowledge of French culture and language through French classes and various activites.
The Alliance Française of Greenwich Pre-School is a program dedicated to helping children develop a strong foundation in the French language, and to instill in them an appreciation for the French culture. Meeting three days a week for three hours in the morning each day, AFG Preschool students will build fundamental childhood skills including self-confidence, creativity, reasoning, socialization, and motor coordination through activities like music, drawing, storytelling, physical activity, and interactive games that are conducted entirely in French. Children of all levels of French are welcome – no previous experience is needed to enroll.
The After-School Program is designed to provide students with maximum exposure to French language and culture for an hour or an hour and a half each week. Children will explore the French language through interactive games, storytelling, acting, and singing. The fundamentals of grammar will be introduced, and children will emerge with a strong foundation for further French studies.
Tailored to the learning needs of children and teens, the AFG Summer Camp offers students throughout Fairfield and Westchester Counties the chance to immerse themselves in the French language and culture five days a week for three hours each morning. The children’s program includes games, songs, skits, and other interactive activities designed to improve your child’s French language skills while offering them a creative outlet. The teen program is discussion-based, concentrated specifically on strengthening conversational and writing skills. Whether a novice or a veteran student of French, each camper is bound to be both educated and entertained, and to emerge more confident in his or her language skills. Eleven weeklong sessions are open throughout the summer, accommodating as many interested students as possible.
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