Useful sites


(Catharine Higginson) #1

Thought it would be a good idea to have a thread where we can list any useful / relevant sites.



Here's the first!



http://www.education.gouv.fr/guides-parents









(Gill Harvey) #2

www.englishassist.co.uk

1:1 lessons for English children via interactive web-based whiteboard - works really well. All ages - A level.

:0)


(Catharine Higginson) #3

If you have 3 or more children, you can apply for a ‘Familles nombreuses’ card - all the info is here

http://www.formalite-carte-famille-nombreuse.info/

Apart from useful discounts on the train - I have found that by strategic shopping at Intermarche (one of the schemes partners) - I can save a fortune. I spent 136.15€ last Thursday and saved 30.96€ which is then credited as cashback on the card and is available instantly. I’ve tried most of the supermarket loyalty schemes over the years and have found Intermarche combined with the FN card by far the best.


(Hilary Newhall) #4

Great idea! Posting a link re my e-book here although kids seem to pick up the ‘le/la/un/une’ idea quite naturally, many parents (including myself) find it more difficult! http://www.facebook.com/pages/French-Nouns-Masculine-or-Feminine/144879855527260
Thanks - Hilary


(Sue Aitken) #5

I think this is a really good idea!

This is our website: www.blackheneducation.com

We offer 1-1 English tutoring for English-speaking children,also competitions for children(check out the Halloween one now!!)
and are soon to offer English study packs for distant learning.