Children as young as two-years-old can learn French at new class in Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 17:00 25 November 2019

Mary Dunn teaching French classes for toddlers at the Barn in Clevedon.      Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Mary Dunn teaching French classes for toddlers at the Barn in Clevedon. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Tots as young as two-and-a-half years old can learn French at a new class held in Clevedon.

Mary Dunn teaching French classes for toddlers at the Barn in Clevedon.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONMary Dunn teaching French classes for toddlers at the Barn in Clevedon. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Mary Dunn, founder of French For Fun, will teach the pre-schoolers at The Barn, in Great Western Road.

She hosts a 40-minute lesson once a week, on Tuesday, through games, songs, role-play and various other fun learning techniques.

Mary, who has been teaching French for five years, said: "Young children learn languages with ease.

"Using language can help expand children's brains and it also an opportunity to have fun."

French For Fun sessions for pre-schoolers, will be held every Tuesday from 11am-11.40am at The Barn, in Great Western Road.

The first session is free and it will cost £18-22.50 per term afterwards.

For more information, email frenchforfunyatton@outlook.com or search French For Fun Yatton on Facebook.


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