If you’re working as a nanny in Paris, you can improve your French at the same time by attending language classes in the city. One of the best and cheapest resources for this is the Paris City Hall, which offers French lessons in various Parisian districts (arrondissements). There are courses for students of all levels. To find out more, go to the cma.paris.fr website.
Unsurprisingly, there are many other places you can go to in Paris to improve your French.
Located in the lively Oberkampf area of Paris, Langue Appart teaches French in an informal, fun way and limits its classes to 10 people max. There are courses adapted to all levels. Like many schools, you can take an intensive course to get your French up to speed as quickly as possible. There are also evening classes for those that have day jobs.
This school provides a comfortable environment to study in with good facilities and friendly, effective teachers. It’s located in the 4th arrondissement right in the heart of Paris. Classes are available in small groups or for individuals. An online test assesses your level of French.
Summer French courses are available in the famous Sorbonne University for prices that are comparable to other schools. There are classes for all levels ranging from beginner (A1) to advanced (C1). If you don’t know your level of French, the university will test you to ensure you enroll on a suitable course.
Not everyone that settles in Paris has limitless funds available for learning the language. Luckily, one of the best ways to learn is to mix with the locals and practice your French in day-to-day situations. There are great English/French meetup groups that rendezvous in Paris for the express purpose of practicing language. You can easily sign up for that online.
While refining your French, you can help young children learn English by becoming a nanny with the “Be My Nounou” agency. What could be cooler than that?
Find out where to take French classes in Paris regardless of your skill level or budget. Take advantage of the city’s many learning opportunities.