DELF scolaire [fr]
DELF scolaire examinations are proving increasingly popular with New Zealand schools and students. The 2015 exam session, which was held in August and October 2015 in 9 schools accredited as DELF examination centres in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Rotorua, was attended by 358 students from 36 participating schools in the whole of New Zealand.
Numbers are likely to keep growing in 2016, with more schools joining the scheme. As two new DELF coordinator center examination centres opened in Palmerston North and Nelson in 2015, the DELF scolaire network will extend in Hamilton in 2016.
DELF scolaire is coordinated in New Zealand by the French Embassy in partnership with the Alliance Française network, International Languages Exchanges Pathways (ILEP), and the New Zealand Association of French Teachers (NZAFT).
By having your school join this programme as an accredited examination centre or a participating school, you could offer your French-learning students from Year 10 to Year 13 the fantastic opportunity to gain an internationally recognised qualification issued by the French Ministry of Education.
For detailed information about DELF scolaire, how it operates in New Zealand and how schools can participate, please dowload documents below:
For any enquiries or if you would like to discuss joining the programme this year, please contact pascale.seignolles[a]diplomatie.gouv.fr
Only one date for all New Zealand: Saturday 3rd September 2016
To download the 2016 DELF scolaire student registration form, please click here.
To see the list of DELF Scolaire accredited examination centres, please click here.
DELF training courses are aimed particularly at French teachers interested in offering DELF scolaire exams in their schools, either as exam centres or as participating schools. Successful completion of the training enables participants to become officially accredited as DELF markers and examiners.
For information and registration, please contact :