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One-to-One Tuition

'Les Etoiles de Chiltern' offer private French Tuition in Haddenham.

Laura McRonald and Cécilia James both live in Haddenham and are native french speakers, providing French conversation classes for small groups and individuals.

  • Preschool/ Primary: song, dance.
  • Secondary: curriculum areas.
  • Business/ Conversation: bespoke.

30 minute classes.
Small group class £10 per student (up to 6)
One + siblings £20.
One-to-one tuition: £20.

For further details please visit the Les Etoiles de Chiltern Facebook page

or contact the tutors directly by email: lesetoilesdechiltern@gmail.com
or telephone: 07919 383957

Here's a couple of interesting website links to articles to whet your appetite for French!

Good reasons to learn French

The many ways in which languages boost brain power

A bientôt les amis!
Les Etoiles de Chiltern
Cécilia James et Laura

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