Our Method

Learn French through storytelling

The way we teach languages at Lingo Bros. is by narrating stories in an animated way, naturally engaging children to interact with us as they immerse themselves in the storytelling. Using stories as a backdrop to our lessons, children forget they are interacting in another language, as they gain a feel and acquire the new vocabulary and grammar in an intuitive way.

With 4 levels, we guide our students from complete beginners to being able to interact and speak in either French or English with ease. Upon completing our programme your child will have gained the confidence and acquired the skills necessary to engage in day-to-day situations in either French or English

Watch one of our lessons


LEVEL 1 - Setting the foundations

Learning a new language as a beginner has never been easier. The way we teach is by using images to narrate in an animated and dynamic way. This way we introduce new words and themes gradually, using frequent repetition so that the children familiarise themselves with the new language they are learning as they get a feel for it and build the confidence to speak and interact with us in the new language they are learning.

    LEVEL 2 - Feeling at ease

    With the foundations of level 1 and the confidence gained, we continue to introduce a wider range of new vocabulary and grammar through more complex storytelling, as the children begin to speak about day-to-day subjects. 

    This level is perfect for your child if she/he has completed level 1 or has previous French/English knowledge and needs to revive their memory or more practice.


    LEVEL 3 - Feeling confident to speak

    Now that your child feels at ease when speaking about day-day subjects, using grammatical tenses, it is time to begin what we like to call as free-speech.

    In this level, we begin to ask the children questions about their lives to encourage them to form sentences from memory, based on what they have learnt in levels 1 and 2.

    LEVEL 4 - Feeling fluent

    Putting everything they learnt in Levels 1, 2 & 3 into practice, in this level, your child will be confident to do roleplays and interact with ease and confidence.

    This level is for children who have been learning either French or English with us for some time and are now ready to put what they have learnt into practice when travelling abroad or speaking to other native speakers.

     But remember! Practice makes perfect.


    Daniella, Inca (5) & Max (6)

    Michael has been teaching my children French for the past year. They absolutely love their lessons with him. He really has the knack of bringing learning to life and they look forward to their lesson with him each week. I hope they continue learning and enjoying French with Michael for many years to come. I would recommend him and his methods of teaching to anybody keen to share the joy of learning another language with their children.

    Marjorie, Joseph (4)

    Joseph absolutely loves his French lessons which he thinks of a game, while we notice his amazing progress in French. The Lingo Bros team is brilliant at handling pre-school children. It has been a great way to keep up with his mother tongue.

    Fabienne, Beathrice (5) & Gregorio (3)

    Bibi has improved in french and I feel that since she has started with you she feels more comfortable talking french. She
    is more confident and less shy.

    Whitney, Snowden (5) & Barron (7)

    It is an absolute pleasure writing a reference in regards to the French lessons Barron and Snowdon have had with you this year. They have not only gained an interest in French (my main objective for them), but they have made tremendous progress in their spoken French and understanding. Most importantly, they love their lessons and now regularly ask to watch French cartoons and are very aware and interested in different languages and cultures. I couldn’t be happier with your lessons and look forward to watching their continued progress over the next year.

    Bella, Max (3), Oliver & Theo (4), Jessy (5)

    I have 4 boisterous boys, varying ages from 3 to 5 and somehow he manages to not only keep their attention but to also make them look forward to the next class before the current one even finishes!