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Private Tutors for French
We introduce tutors to cover French at 13+, GCSE, A Level, IB and beyond.
We introduce French tutors for all the key academic levels, to support children who are taking anything from their first foray into a foreign language to those that our sitting the 13+, GCSE, A Level or IB exams. Every tutor we introduce is multi-lingual and equipped with experience of improving reading, listening and comprehension, as well as writing and speaking skills, all backed up by a thorough knowledge of the main exam boards. To ensure your child fully benefits from the additional support of tuition, we will match them to a tutor who suits their particular learning style and requirements. This bespoke approach elevates the tutoring relationship and helps to build confidence in your child.
If you are searching for a French tutor, please contact one of our tuition consultants or use our online enquiry form further down this page.
Meet A Typical French Tutor
Alice graduated with a first class degree in Hispanic Studies from Kings College London. Like many of the tutors we introduce, Alice has a postgraduate degree, with a Masters in Latin American Studies from Cambridge University. Alice speaks three languages – French, English and Spanish – so she knows full well the challenge of learning vocabulary, pronunciation, genders and grammar. She uses this experience to inform her teaching style. With fifteen years of tuition experience, in which she has tutored over fifty children, Alice has developed a set of tuition tools that help her students in quickly picking up confidence and skills in foreign languages.
Make An Enquiry
Please use our enquiry form to find your son or daughter a private tutor for French. One of our tuition consultants will reply to you shortly.
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