Bonjour Amigos successful candidates

Christina McGarvey with some of her 'graduates'. These 8 to 11 years old can be seen with their Spanish Award Certificate and an introductory book to French.
Christina McGarvey with some of her 'graduates'. These 8 to 11 years old can be seen with their Spanish Award Certificate and an introductory book to French.

Bonjour Amigos Languages founder Christina Coimbra McGarvey recently presented Spanish certificates to successful primary school children on the completion of their taster Spanish classes held in Portstewart Town Hall over the past ten Saturday mornings.

There were two age groups: 3 - 7 year old and 8 - 11 year olds.

Learning new languages at an early age.

Learning new languages at an early age.

Christina said that both children and parents should be very proud of the achievements in such a short period of time.

“I am also very pleased for all the children who apppeared to have a lot of fun over the past ten weeks,” she said.

“A second lanuguage such as Spanish or French can be such an asset for future personal and professional development so having fun while learning at an early age is vitally important.”

Bonjour Amigos Languages is already well known to many local children and parents as Christina currently offers language classes in Hezlett, Ballytober, Kilrea, Ballyhackett, Bushvalley, Portstewart, Roe Valley, Bushmills and St Patrick’s Portrush primary schools.

The younger children 4 to 8 years old can be seen with their Spanish Award Certificate and their first Spanish Dictionary.

The younger children 4 to 8 years old can be seen with their Spanish Award Certificate and their first Spanish Dictionary.

If you would like further information on the classes, check out the website www.bonjouramigoslanguages.co.uk