In English

L’École Buissonnière is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious organisation offering French classes for kids already practicing the French language at home with one parent, with a highly interactive and varied approach.

We are located near Mariatorget on Södermalm in Stockholm (Sweden), and welcome children between the age of 6 and 15. All our classes take place on Mondays between 3pm and 5.30pm (and 3.30pm and 18pm for the oldest students group). For the school year 2024/2025, the tuition’s fees are 3750 SEK/student by semester.

We prepare our students for the DELF exam (which is a diploma in the French language that gives access to college studies in France, corresponding to TISUS for Swedish or TOEFL in English) and have a very high track record of the final results.

We are partly funded by the French Minister of Education through the FLAM network and the French Embassy through the French Institute of Sweden. We belong to the FLAM Monde network as well. 

Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to have different profiles of classes as we are managed by volunteering parents only, and do not offer French for beginners. If that is what you are looking for, we recommend you to contact Lilla Språskolan or 123 Voilà instead.

Prior to admitting any new student, we always do a 15min online informal interview with him/her to assess the level of French and ensure that our new student is going to thrive in our classes. We want French to be fun !

The minimum requirement is that the student understands oral French already and can speak it back, at least in very simple terms. If you are unsure about the level of your child, do not hesitate to contact us, we are happy to help assessing it.

Our levels correspond to the following DELF levels:

Group 1: Setting up the basics for the DELF exam assessment
Group 2:  Start preparing for A1.1
Group 3: A1.1/A1
Group 4: A1/A2
Group 5: A2/B1

The profil of our students is usually that they have at least one French-speaking parent at home, actively speaking French to them, but attending a non French-speaking school.

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