​"The limits of my language are the limits of my world."
    Ludwig Wittgenstein
Parent & Toddler Classes for ages five and under

Join Monsieur Le Tigre for a fun filled French singing session! Classes use puppets, props, action songs, stories and rhymes to make learning French easy and fun. Each session begins with a simple story in French followed by a mix of traditional and modern comptines et chansons (rhymes and songs). All abilities are welcome, from beginners through to native speakers. 

Autumn term: Monday 2nd September - Thursday 19th December 2019 (No classes Half Term 21st - 26th October).

Mondays, 11:30 - noon           

Punk Me Up

34 East Dulwich Road

Dulwich SE22 9AX

Tuesdays, 10 - 10:30 am         

Greenwich West Community Centre

141 Greenwich High Road

Greenwich SE10 8JA

Tuesdays, 10:30 - 11 am       

The Half Moon

10 Half Moon Lane

Herne Hill SE24 9HU

Wednesdays, 10 - 10:30 am       

Telegraph Hill Centre

Pepys Road

Nunhead SE14 5TY 

Fridays, 10:30 - 11 am       

John Harvard Library

211 Borough High Street

Borough SE1 1JA

Pricing Information:


Term Booking:

Save over 25% off the drop in price and book the whole term for best value (calculated pro rata and can join at any point in the term).

£5 per child, £3.50 siblings 

Weekly class attendance is recommended to optimise your child's learning

Five Class Pass: 

£30 for five classes any time during the term. Sibling Five Class Pass is £20.

Drop In/Single Session:

£7 per child, £4.50 siblings


Book for the term, a Five Class Pass or a single drop in session via HoopYou can join us at any point in the term and will be charged pro rata for only the classes remaining in the term. Drop in spaces are subject to availability.


Nursery School Sessions

We offer sessions in the London area for nurseries, preschools, children's centres and childcare settings. The programme follows EYFS guidelines and lesson plans can be provided. Our sessions foster an enjoyment and appreciation for language and makes learning French fun through music! 


The National Curriculum states : Music is a powerful, unique form of communication that can change the way pupils feel, think and act. It brings together intellect and feeling and enables personal expression, reflection and emotional development. As an integral part of culture, past and present, it helps pupils understand themselves and relate to others, forging links between home, school and the wider world​.

"Bringing very young children into contact with foreign languages may result in faster language learning, improved mother tongue skills and better performance in other areas. As well as laying the foundations for later learning, early language learning can influence attitudes towards other languages and cultures." Source: European Commission website on Early Language Learning

Contact us to arrange a free trial session for your setting.