CPF’s youth activities are truly the heart of our programming.
CPF National Concours d’art oratoire
CPF National Concours d’art oratoire awards five students from across Canada with a $20,000 scholarship to the University of Ottawa.
Le Concours et festival d’art oratoire - Traditional Division
Our 34th annual Concours et festival d'art oratoire will be held on Saturday, May 5, 2018, at York University's Glendon Campus in Toronto.
Parent & Teacher InformationClick on the green titles below to access the following information:
- Schedule of the day
- Accommodation if required
- Information for parents and teachers of students in Festival - Grades 4-8 (morning)
- Information for parents and teachers of students in Concours - Grades 9-12 (afternoon)
- Map of Glendon College
History of ConcoursThis event began in 1975 in the Ottawa-Carleton area and expanded to a provincial event when the Ontario Modern Language Teachers' Association (OMLTA) and Canadian Parents for French (CPF) joined forces in 1985 as co-sponsors. The Concours et Festival d'art oratoire is an opportunity to integrate public speaking into regular classroom activity and to involve community members outside the classroom for judging and administration of classroom and school level events. With the current emphasis on voluntarism in education, Concours et Festival d'art oratoire presents new opportunities for teachers, administrators and secondary students to become involved.
STEP 1: SCHOOL BOARD REGISTRATION CLOSED
STEP 2: School Board List of FinalistsDeadline: Online submissions must be received by April 3, 2018
STEP 3: Student Information FormFor parents/guardians to complete for students moving on to the provincial concours on May 5, 2018, in Toronto.
Additional InformationClick on the green titles below to access the following information:
- Overview of Event
- Prizes for the provincial concours
- Prizes for the national concours (Grades 11 and 12)
School Board InformationClick on the green titles below to access the following information:
- Important Dates
- Category Placement/Hours of Instruction/French Language Experience
- Checklist & Information for School Board Contact
French & Bilingual Camps
CPF Ontario Sponsored French CampsThese camps are following the policy and procedures set out by our organization which include the following requirements: - The camps must hire qualified bilingual staff and must use bilingual volunteers. - All camp staff and volunteers over the age of 18 must have a Vulnerable Sector Check. - Both a Level C CPR course and a Standard Level First Aid course are required for at least one staff member at the camps depending on the number of campers. - Our campers are covered by our third-party liability insurance policy. Please email us at [email protected] or call us at 1-800-667-0594 x 1 if you have any questions.
Camp d'étéDates: August 14-18 Grades: SK - Grade 8 Location: Mohawk Park Pavilion, Brantford Time: 8:00am-5:00pm Description: Crafts, games, outdoor play including a splash pad. Camp t-shirt, guest speakers, themed daily snack and a field trip! Fee: $150 for CPF members Contact: [email protected]
Les Petites PommesDates: July 17-August 18 Ages: 4-10 Location: Harcourt Memorial United Church, 85 Dean Ave., Guelph Time: 8:00am-5:00pm Description: Classroom seat work and worksheets, outdoor games, cooking and crafts Fee: $185 for CPF members Contact: [email protected]
Enfant SoleilDates: August 14-18 Ages: 5-10 Location: Hanover P&H Centre - Lions Den, 269 7th Ave., Hanover Time: 9:00am-4:00pm Description: A summer recreation camp experience with games, songs, cooking crafts, story time, swimming, outings and more! Fee: Resident CPF members - $135.96; non-resident CPF members - $160.96 Contact: Alanda Lantz at [email protected]
Haliburton French Summer CampDates: July 10-14 Ages: 6-12 Location: Stuart Baker Elementary School, 1080 Grass Lake Road, Haliburton Time: 9:00am-4:30pm Description: Art, swimming, cooking, hiking, and outdoor games Fee: $125 for CPF members Contact: Vanessa Meraw at [email protected]
Camp SoleilDates: August 8-11 Grades: 1 to 4 Location: Elgin Market Public School, 305 Queen St. S., Kincardine Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Description: Fun outdoor activities and excursions Fee: $125 for CPF members Contact: Erica Everingham at [email protected]
Trillium South French CampDates: July 24-28, July 31-August 4, August 8-11 Grades: Grade 1 – Grade 8 (with at least 1 year of French experience - Core or French Immersion) NOTE: Camper(s) must be 6 years old at time of camp Location: Alexandra Public School, 65 Sussex St N., Lindsay Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Description: Enjoy a summer full of action-packed fun, exploration, and adventure, while being completely immersed in the French language! Fee: Age 6-12 $175/week (Week #3 - short week - $140.00) *There is a $15.00 discount for siblings Contact: [email protected] Click here for more information.
PICKERING & OSHAWA
French 4 Tots Summer CampDates: July 10-August 11 Ages: 4 - 13 Locations: Frenchmen's Bay Public School, 920 Oklahoma Drive, Pickering and David Bouchard Public School, 460 Wilson Rd. S., Oshawa Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Description: Arts and crafts, sports, gym games and field trips. Fee: $245 for CPF members Contact: [email protected] Website: www.french4tots.ca
French Visual Arts CampDates: July 4-7, July 10-14; July 17-21 Ages: 6-12 Location: Holy Rosary Catholic School, Toronto Time: 8:30 am - 3:45 pm Description: Drawing, art and games in the gym Fee: $200 for CPF members Contact: [email protected]
Click HERE for the CPF Summer camp Listing 2017
Find a camp experience TODAY by visiting French Street for a list of French camps offered in your community throughout the year across Ontario, Canada, and internationally for all ages!French Street is a unique online collection of French resources designed to support teachers, students and parents. This one-of-a-kind database provides French activities, camps, programs and more that will enhance the French Second Language (FSL) experience in the classroom and in the community. French Street is another milestone in CPF’s efforts to build awareness and understanding of Francophone culture through active participation in community activities all around us. It was developed and is maintained by Canadian Parents for French (Ontario).
CPF National Youth Activities