Our school group trips to France are designed to ensure that your students have plenty of opportunity to learn the language. They will also enjoy participating in French cultural activities in a fun and safe environment. All our school group trips are tailormade and include French language lessons, approved accommodation and cultural activities.

The balanced programme of activities both inside and outside the classroom provides students on school trips to France with an ideal opportunity to learn French through stimulating classroom activities and interesting visits and excursions. And, of course, to have a chance to meet native French speakers on a daily basis to practise what they have been learning.

All our overseas schools comply with local, regional and national legislation regarding the safety and wellbeing of teenage students at their centres. As such, they are fully accredited, professionally recognised educational establishments. Most have been hosting Caledonia school group trips for many years. For full information on homestay accommodation, please click here.

Please see below for sample French school group trip itineraries:

French summer courses for teenagers, 14-17 years in Biarritz, a beautiful seaside town on the Atlantic coast in southwest France. Group French classes combined with surf or multi-activity options, full board accommodation. A safe and fun environment for learning French.

Rouen is the capital of Normandy, with a population of around 110,000. It is a thriving city with a rich historic past and there is plenty to see and do all year round.

Antibes has a rich historic and architectural past. The town has been well preserved and renovated. Ancient squares, medieval streets, typical provençal houses and pine trees all add to the picturesque charm of this location.

Nice is a warm Mediterranean destination, perfect for short school study trips at any time of year. It has an impressive range of cultural festivals, galleries and museums, and enjoys a mild climate all year round.

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