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Because Fun is the first condition to learn…

The Royal Conservatory of Music, La Maison des Arts & Loisirs, Le Studio La muse, Snakes & Lattes and le Théâtre Français de Toronto join Alliance Française Toronto to offer your children the opportunities for self realization and having fun in French during their upcoming holidays.

Thanks to these outstanding partnerships, 50 French immersion programs opened this year in at our campuses.
Once again, we offer the largest choice of programs available today in GTA to meet your child’s tastes and passions . . . en français!

DAILY SCHEDULE


8 AM - 9 AM

Early Drop-Off

With the optional extended care service at the Alliance Française campuses.


9 AM - 12 PM

Morning Activities

The morning activities have been designed and selected by FLE professionals so that each camper can enjoy them according to their age (from 5 to 12 years old) and their French language skills (from absolute beginners to intermediates).

  • Mystery and Investigation : Mar 11-Mar 15
  • Earth and Environment : Jul 2-Jul 12 and Jul 29 - Aug 9
  • Zoology : Jul 15-Jul 26 and Aug 12-Aug 23
  • Arts and Colors : Aug 26-Aug 30

12 PM - 1 PM

Lunch Time

Campers provide their lunch and snacks. By good weather, a picnic is organized outdoor.


1 PM - 4 PM

Afternoon

Recreational Activities at Alliance Française campuses or one of our partners'.


4 PM - 6 PM

After-Hour Pick-up

With the optional extended care service at the Alliance Française campuses.


MORNING ACTIVITIES

 

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Arts and Colors

A week full of surprises for our budding artists : in poetry the "Earth is blue as an orange", the white facades of the cathedrals were in fact painted in all colours, we can make a painting without paint, etc. By going off the beaten track, our participants will be surprised and delighted by playing with shapes, styles, colours... all that in French!

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Earth and Environment

Talking about the Blue Planet and its natural wonders. Describe the forces that drive it. Help our campers to talk about the environmental issues that already affect them.
Our participants will enrich their vocabulary and French skills to express themselves on the crucial theme of the future of their planet.

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Mystery and Investigation

The campus safe is gone! The thieves have left traces behind them in the form of puzzles... in French! Our campers will have to be clever to identify them and find the safe!

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Zoology

There are animals that we love, there are those that make us afraid, there are those that make us dream. There are huge animals and those you can barely see with a microscope. There are animals that see at night and those that sleep for 6 months. The animal world is definitely a treasure trove of resources to practice French, close to the daily life of children, their dreams and their fascination.

AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES

Brain Boostesr Games

BRAIN BOOSTER GAMES

Toronto
North York
Mississauga
Markham
Oakville

Creative Arts

CREATIVE ARTS

Toronto
North York
Mississauga
Markham
Oakville

French Cuisine

FRENCH CUISINE

Mississauga

Music

MUSIC

Toronto

Photo

PHOTO

Toronto
North York

Science

SCIENCE

Toronto
North York
Mississauga

Theatre

THEATRE

Toronto
North York
Mississauga

REGISTER NOW!


SELECT YOUR CAMPUSES, YOUR PREFERRED ACTIVITIES, THE AGE OF OUR CHILD BELOW AND REGISTER


 
Team

OUR TEAM

All members of our team are FSL professionals (French as a Second Language) or work in French throughout the year in artistic or cultural sectors.

ABOUT US

Alliance Française Toronto is a 100% Canadian non-profit and charity organization offering the GTA community a wide range of classes in French as a second language. For more than 10 years, we have been organizing French immersion camps.
Every year, new programs are designed to give campers a unique experience in French as a source of enjoyment.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • In case of an emergency, please contact the person in charge of the activity of your child.
  • Contact will be provided by email 5 days prior to the beginning of each session.
  • Cold snacks only (we don’t heat food);
  • Healthy choices (vegetables, fruit, cheese…);
  • A bottle of water;
  • No nut products please.
  • A backpack;
  • Running shoes (for the playground and activities in the park);
  • Sunscreen lotion and mosquito repellent;
  • A hat and a rain jacket;
  • Spare clothes (T-shirt, pants, underwear) in a plastic bag with your child’s name. Please note that Alliance Française is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings and forbids the use of any electronic equipment such as video games and iPods during camp activities.

Kindly report any allergies when you first register your child. If he/she is allergic, then please ensure that he/she has an Epipen packed (check the expiration date!) The majority of our onsite staff have First Aid certification and will tend to your child should such a situation arise. For all other medical conditions, carefully fill out the medical form sent by the AFT.

Some of our campuses have parking. If not, there is parking in small streets nearby.

Our assistants will take care of your children at the reception desk. For Spadina campus, it will be at the theatre entrance (back of the building, Lowther Avenue side).

You can drop off your child between 8:50am and 9am (unless you have specifically requested early drop-off at 8:00am). You will be asked to sign a sheet upon arrival on a daily basis so please accompany your child all the way to the campsite. He/she will then be directed to a playroom (he/she will go to his/her classroom only at 9:00am).

You can pick up your child between 4:00pm and 4:10pm. You will be asked to sign a sheet. Our staff will not release a child unless you or a designated person comes to the campsite. You will be required to inform our staff in advance of any authorized person. After 4:10pm, you will be required to pay an extra 2$ per minute for daycare (unless you have selected the after-hours service upon registration).

Available from 8:00am to 9:00am and from 4:00pm to 6:00 pm. Please make sure you pick up your child on time. You will be charged a late fee if you come after 6:00pm ($2 per minute).

$60 for a 5-day session $120 for a 10-day session. Registration include early drop off (8:00am) and late pick up (until 6:00pm)

10 business days prior to the start of each camp session. Late registrations must be approved by the camp manager depending on space available.

Registration fees are non-refundable unless the subscriber provides AFT with written notice of the withdrawal at least three business days prior to the start of the session. An administration fee of $50 will automatically be deducted from the refund.

All walks are supervised by at least 2 trained staff and with a minimum of 1/7 Adult/children ratio.

For a multi session registration, processed at the same time, the following discounts are applied:


Sessions registered
Discount applied
2 Sessions
2.5 %
3 Sessions
4.0 %
3 Sessions
5.0 %

Siblings registered
Discount applied
2
2.5 %
3
4.0 %
4+
5.0 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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