Avec l’aide de leur professeur Xavier, les étudiants de niveau B2 et C1 fabriquent régulièrement un journal dans lequel ils traitent d’informations diverses et variées.
Le Petit Journal International regroupe ainsi plusieurs articles qui permettent de mieux saisir leur vision de la France et de sa belle langue. Pour lire la deuxième édition du Petit Journal International, cliquez sur les liens suivants :
From the 27 June to mid-August LSF Montpellier ran its junior centre where it welcomed students aged 11 to 16 from all over the world, who came to learn the French language and experience French culture. They followed French classes in the morning and took part in activities and excursions in the afternoon, always supervised by Grant and Andrew, as well as a team of teachers and activity leaders who throughout the summer made sure our young students stay safe and enjoy their stay with us. More than 26 nationalities were represented, a wonderful nationality mix, we are the world !
The LanguageCourse.net agency has published its best-rated French school in France. LSF was second!PLease have a look at these comments:Are you passionate about learning French? Do you want to prove your skills and achieve high scores testing your French? Take a look at our best-rated partner schools that offer preparation courses for the DELF/DALF exam. You will not regret it and your grades will get a huge boost! Here is the link to our official website and a list of all the schools that offer this type of course in France.
Since the 1st of July our students can use the new Montpellier tram line which stops right next to LSF. It is the only circular tram line in Europe, and it serves all of the historic centre. Get off at the Peyrou / Arc de Triomphe tram stop and come to visit our school, discover the courses we propose, or even just to say hello ! See you soon !
Our students have been using it since the 1st of July !
From the 27th of June to mid-August LSFMontpellier opens its junior center where it welcomes students aged 11 to 16 from all over the world, who come to learn the French language and culture. They follow French classes in the morning and take part in activities in the afternoon, always supervised by Grant and Andrew, as well as a team of teachers and activity leaders, who throughout the summer make sure our young students stay safe and enjoy their stay to the most.
Following the results of the “Brexit” referendum, a TV crew from France 3 Languedoc Roussillon came to interview some English students from LSF in order to gather their reactions. The interview was filmed in the school garden.