Your Child’s First French Diploma
Would you like to give your child the opportunity to demonstrate his/her French language skills? To be officially rewarded for learning French before high school? DELF Prim makes early success and recognition possible. The kids can feel proud of themselves. Imagine the boost to your daughter’s or son’s confidence and interest in learning French! And they get used to passing exams at an age when learning a foreign language comes easily!
Would you like your child to excel in French at VCE or IB? to access an accelerated learning program at high school? Then DELF Prim is a good option.
DELF Prim, A French Diploma Designed For Success
You, like us and every parent, want to help your child succeed. The 3 levels* (A1.1, A1, A2) of DELF Prim stimulate, encourage and reward students as they build their French skills and success.
DELF is an official Diploma of French Language Studies issued by the French Ministry of Education. many countries recognise it around the world. Within the overall set of DELF studies, DELF Prim is designed for 7 and 11 years old children in primary school.
Because the subjects relate to children’s familiar environment, (family, leisure activities, school…), your child can easily enjoy communicating in French. And the evaluation process helps students progress through success at the pace that best suits them individually.
When your child is ready, he/she can continue with DELF B1 and B2 while at high school.
Achieving Success With Almaje
We assess the DELF level that is most appropriate for your child, based on his/her skills, learning style, and overall study purpose. From there, we design a positive plan that ensures that your child is always in a situation of success at the exam. We advise you on the best steps to build help your child build his/her self-confidence. Children usually find obtaining a DELF Prim with a very good score very motivating! So we structure a plan to progress at a pace that stretches the mind enough and rewards with motivating scores.
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*Note: All DELF levels correspond to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).