Leaving Certificate course for Irish teenagers in 2022 – French Riviera
Every year for over 20 years we have been offering Leaving Certificate preparation courses for our young Irish students.
This course is available from 30 May to 26 August 2022.
In general, the vast majority prefer to come in June in order to enjoy Nice before the tourists arrive and still have a pleasant climate for swimming, sunbathing, sightseeing and sports!
In order to guarantee a place on our Leaving Certificate course, which is a great success every year, we advise you to book early.
What will Irish teenagers study during their Leaning Certificate course at alpha.b?
Firstly, the morning classes take place Monday to Friday from 9am to 12.20pm in an international class at their level.
This allows students to meet other young people from all over the world (Germany, Japan, USA, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden etc…)
Then in the afternoons they will have 6 lessons specifically dedicated to the preparation of the Leaving Certificate exam.
The advantages of this preparation :
– They take place in small groups (max 6 students)
– Only Irish students so 100% adapted to their needs
– With qualified teachers who have been preparing for this exam for many years
– 2 sessions of 2h15 per week to have a pedagogical and pleasant rhythm for the students
Where are the Irish students accommodated?
Our underage students are accommodated in a host family on a half board basis.
They can either choose to stay in a single room or, if they come in pairs or groups of three, in a double or triple room.
All our families live within 20 minutes of the school by public transport and the majority live in the centre of Nice.
Activities outside the classroom:
We offer many activities to our students each week.
For example: visit of Nice, Monaco, Antibes, Cannes – Sports activities: watersport, segway, pétanque, bowling – Fun activities: tasting of Nice specialities, pizza party, welcome party
So you want to book your Leaving Certificate course for 2022?
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