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La Petite Ecole du Samedi

DIPLÔME DELF PRIM DÈS 8 ANS

DIPLÔME D’ÉTUDES EN LANGUE FRANÇAISE

PREPARE-TOI AU DELF PRIM et JUNIOR AVEC ET PATATI PATATA à l'Ecole du Samedi FLAM et/ou en tutoring !

La possibilité pour toi de rentrer dans les universités françaises.

C’est gagné !

 

GET READY FOR THE DELF PRIM EXAM WITH ET PATATI PATATA at the Saturday French School FLAM and/or in tutoring!

The possibility for you to go to a French university. 

POURQUOI ?

Depuis le début de la création des cours FLAM en 1999, aucun document officiel ne permettait aux élèves de valider les compétences linguistiques acquises durant leur scolarité chez FLAM.

Bien que le DELF – Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française délivré par le Ministère Français de l’Education nationale – soit en principe destiné à un public non francophone, les épreuves du DELF Prim sont tout à fait adaptées aux compétences des élèves en fin de scolarité FLAM.

 

Ce premier diplôme de reconnaissance internationale des compétences linguistiques (compréhension orale et écrite et production orale et écrite) constitue également un excellent entrainement pour l’avenir scolaire des élèves, puisqu’il peut être suivi ensuite par le B1 et le B2 dans le cadre des écoles secondaires et des lycées suisses.

POUR QUI ?

Le DELF Prim s’adresse à des candidats âgés de 8 à 12 ans. Il est suivi du DELF Junior ou scolaire. Le cours de préparation proposé concernera les enfants qui ont suivi les cours au moins jusqu’à la 3ème année de primaire FLAM.

 

  • The DELF-DALF qualifications are administered and awarded by the French Ministry of Education

  • The examinations are tailored for a wide range of candidates: primary school students, secondary school students and adults (with a mainstream option or professional option).

  • 6 main levels: 4 DELF, A1, A2, B1, B2 (+ a “half DELF A1”, A1.1) and 2 DALF, C1 and C2

  • Each level is tested independently – all done in one / two day(s) and is rewarded with an independent diploma.

  • DELF-DALF diplomas are recognised internationally (174 countries offer it, and several European countries have it as a national examination for their teenagers, Germany or Greece for instance, where several dozen thousand students sit it every year). CECR examinations are also one of the requisite documents to provide in all cases of emigration to Quebec (even for French nationals).

  • DELF-DALF diplomas are valid for life.

  • DELF B2 is the required level of French proficiency for the admission of foreign students most French universities (but applicants should always check with their prospective university first before enrolling for a DELF or DALF exam)

  • DELF B1 is the required level of French proficiency for the admission of foreign students into INSEAD and most Art/Music/Dance Conservatoires in France

  • UCAS application forms have a section dedicated to DELF-DALF qualifications, and it is advisable for DELF laureates to write about taking that extra qualification in their personal statement on their UCAS form (proof of extra-curricular learning, an interest in languages, risk-taking, going the extra mile…).

  • More and more British universities are offering the DELF-DALF to their undergraduates and understand its value (6 universities to date and more in 2016) – during interviews Oxbridge are known to ask their potential undergraduates for DELF-DALF diplomas they may have passed

  • The DELF is often used as a valuable assessment and marketing tool for schools (over 25 schools in the UK are examination centres or prepare students for the examinations)

  • The levels are recognised and understood by potential employers throughout Europe. DELF-DALF diplomas are a great asset to show on a CV as proof of proficiency. The levels of the CEFRL are now used in 39 languages worldwide (including Japanese, Arabic, Mandarin, Russian and many more) to understand one’s level.

  • French or francophone students who have studied in the British system are statistically more likely to work abroad or return to a French-speaking country for their studies or for work, and the DELF-DALF will be a mandatory proficiency qualification to show employers or university admissions offices even for French nationals.

One of the method we use at Et Patati Patata to prepare children for the DELF PRIM exam is the method "Les Loustics". In this video (in French), the authors explain how this French method works.

GET READY FOR THE DELF PRIM EXAM WITH ET PATATI PATATA - THE WINNING CHOICE to get to a French university. 

REGISTER TODAY to our Saturday French school or with one of our French and DBS-checked tutors specialised in the DELF PRIM Exam.

Contact :

 caroline@etpatatipatata.com 

07966 893674