There are lots of ways to learn French in New Zealand:
1/ Primary and secondary schools:
Carry out a search for a school anywhere in the country to find out which foreign language(s) courses it offers:
Ministry of Education School Directory
To find out more:
contact the National Adviser for the French Language at ILANZ: firstname.lastname@example.org (International Languages New Zealand Aotearoa) or visit their WEBSITE.
2/ Virtual Learning Network (VLN)
schools in isolated areas or
schools that don’t have enough students interested in learning French to offer a course in the language can regroup and create clusters which will enable them to register their students on online classes (and gain access to teaching materials). The Virtual Learning Network is easy to use and a great option for small schools or schools with small numbers of French students. VLN is growing fast!
Visit: www.vln.school.nz for more information
3/ French departments at Universities
4/ The Correspondence School
The Correspondence school offers French classes at different levels, whether you are a beginner or already have some knowledge of French. Find out more: Correspondence School
5/ The Alliances françaises
New Zealand’s Alliances françaises are part of a worldwide network dedicated to the promotion of the French language and culture. Check out what type of classes your nearest Alliance has to offer : Alliances françaises in New Zealand.
Please note that due to some constraints a few of the New Zealand Alliances françaises do not offer French language classes.
Find out more about the Alliance française worldwide network: Fondation Alliance francaise
6/ Bilingual French-English units
Two primary schools offer bilingual education in Auckland:
Richmond Road School
Birkdale Primary School
To find out more, contact the association FRENZ in charge of the two bilingual units: www.en.frenzschool.org.nz.