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German Courses for Children and Teenagers

With the École Suisse d'Allemand, children and teenagers from 5 to 17 years old can learn German in a fun and engaging way. We offer classes based on three programs tailored to their age groups, as well as language camps during the holidays to improve their German language skills. It's a great way to strengthen their knowledge from an early age!

Junior Training Programmes

The École Suisse d'Allemand training centres provide interactive and dynamic classes for both children and teenagers. Taught by native German-speaking teachers, these lessons focus on oral practice. In a relaxed atmosphere, children can express themselves freely and build their confidence.

Three programs are offered according to the students' age:

  • For children aged 5 to 10, the "German Language Discovery" program is a perfect introduction to the German language. These year-round, small group classes (with a maximum of 8 students) offer a one-hour lesson each week from September to June. Three different levels are available to ensure the youngest learners can progress with confidence.
  • For 11-14-year-olds, the "School Learning Enhancement" program is designed to deepen the German concepts taught in school. These group classes operate similarly and help prepare for German language certificates.
  • Finally, teenagers aged 15 to 17 can enroll in the "Realize Your Potential" program, allowing them to reach an advanced level in German during the 32 weeks of instruction.

At any age, private lessons (45 minutes) are available to improve language skills, prepare for a stay abroad, or become bilingual.

German camps

In addition to these courses, German camps are available for teenagers aged 11 to 16 during school holidays. During these camps, the École Suisse d'Allemand method is combined with numerous fun activities. Whether it's an educational game or a song, the young participants are constantly encouraged to speak in German.

Thematic workshops (reading, grammar, vocabulary, etc.) help reinforce their knowledge. To go beyond just books, city outings are organized every week. The camps take place every day (from 9 AM to 2 PM) during the holidays, with groups organized by level.

Learn more about the German camps for teens

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