HK Kidz has been providing children aged 1.5 to 12 years old with opportunities of broadening their horizons and opening new doors with the lifelong asset of languages. They offer children a fun and engaging way to improve their language skills through stimulating activities. Their fresh, exciting, and creative approach focuses on giving youngsters positive reinforcement to boost their confidence while strengthening their ability to communicate in different languages.

Now they have developed a new French-language Foundation course specifically designed for children aged 4-6 and 7-12. HK Kidz is owned by the famous language school, The Hong Kong Institute of Languages who has been teaching languages to Hong Kong’s families, corporations and schools, for 34 years.

In the new culturally enriching French Foundation programme, Children will learn basic French while discovering the fundamental aspects that make up the French culture, such as French festivals, cuisine, iconic places, famous artists and more. While each lesson is structured around a defined learning outcome, the course is fun and engaging, and children learn through structured, creative activities that bring the French language to life. At the end of the course, students will be able to progress to Beginner 2 Level!

At HK Kidz there are two courses, one suitable for 4 to 6-year-olds and the other suitable for 7 to 12-year-olds, with age-appropriate curriculum and activities and the course is structured into 4 modules of 4 lessons each, 1.5 hours per lesson. Parents can choose for lessons to be once or twice a week. Students can complete either a two-module programme (2 month’s duration) or the full four-module programme (4 month’s duration). The course is perfect for extracurricular after school activities over the school term.

HK Kidz is one of the only language schools in Hong Kong that recruits teachers directly from abroad, which means your child is guaranteed to have real practice with native speakers - there’s no better way to learn! Enroll today!