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English lessons at home with a bilingual or native speaker for preparing the baccalaureat


During the week or on the weekends, during the day or in the evening


By a bilingual or native teacher at home


1H30 per week


From 38€ / h (19€ after tax exemption)

Nos cours d’anglais ont pour objectif de préparer les élèves de terminale aux épreuves de langues vivantes du baccalauréat.  Les élèves de terminale S, ES et L peuvent désormais bénéficier de cours de langues axés sur leur programme de terminale avec un professeur bilingue ou natif pour une préparation aussi bien à l’oral qu’à l’écrit.

Preparing the baccalaureat

Our English lessons aim at preparing 12th graders for the baccalauréat's foreign languages examinations. The 12th grade students in Terminale S, ES and L can receive English lessons based on the Terminale syllabus with a bilingual or native English-speaking teacher, for written as well as oral preparation.






Our private teachers

All of our teachers' mother tongue language is the one you have chosen. 


They are aware of the French scholar system's requirements and know how to quickly identify the necessary improvement steps for each student. 


They help 12th graders who may have difficulties to overcome the language obstacles and enable the most talented to improve their oral as well as their written skills. 


They establish an actual dialogue with the student by talking about topics discussed in class as well as topics of personal interest.


Preparing the baccalaureat

How to learn differently

Our lessons consist in being immersed with a bilingual or native speaker of the taught language, which allows the 12th grade students of Terminale S, ES and L to improve their oral skills (accent, memorization of idiomatic expressions), their writing abilities (grammatical structures, vocabulary), as well as to discover the teacher's culture. These lessons can be intensive or regular, depending on each student's need, and they aim at freeing the students from the linguistic barriers and at passing on the taught language as a « tool », and not as a mere school subject.