Jolie Ronde children graduate

CHILDREN from the La Jolie Ronde French for Children classes in Bradwell and Winterton have done well in graduating from their first course since it started in the area in November 2006.

CHILDREN from the La Jolie Ronde French for Children classes in Bradwell and Winterton have done well in graduating from their first course since it started in the area in November 2006.

La Jolie Ronde was established in 1983 and the licensee for the business in the Great Yarmouth area is Amanda Dagg, a qualified language teacher who teaches classes across Norfolk.

Several children from both centres graduated from course one, Les Aventures de Minou et Trottine, and celebrated by putting on a small show for their parents, followed by French treats! Briana, Alex, Dylan and Max had not been learning French for long but were given certificates for making a good start to their language learning. Four girls, who are currently in year 4, also graduated from course two, Salut Celine et Antoine.

Brandon Snowball and Alex Dagg (from year 7 - not pictured) achieved a very high standard in graduating from course 3. All the children have followed on to the next course to further their language skills.


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Classes cater for children from age four to 13. For more details, contact Amanda on 01493 300192, email amanda.dagg@ntlworld.com or log on to www.lajolieronde.co.uk.

The Mill Lane Centre Groups are, from left, the younger group, back: Anna Haylett, Imogen Ward, Alex Russell, Jack Collins and front: Morgan Hardy, Betsie Hacon, Cerys Dagg

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From left, the year 4 children are Evie Hacon, Erin Dagg, Emily Baldwin, Charlotte Beane.

The White House group is, from left: Alex Dalton, Dylan Watson, Wilf Offord, Rosie Phipps, Archie Watson, Max Burgess, Joy Phipps, pictured with Madame Dagg.

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