Our Chapter was formed by parent volunteers to support students learning French through Durham District School Board, Durham Catholic District School Board, Conseil Scolaire Viamonde and Toronto District School Board.
Our chapter is dedicated to creating and promoting opportunities for children to learn and speak French outside of the classroom.
All-day French camp for JK to grade 5 students.
French 4 Tots summer camp offers an enriched French language program in the morning and fun camp activities in the afternoon. French 4 Tots summer camp enhances French verbal skills during the summer in a fun and safe environment. In the morning campers have the opportunity to practice their French reading and writing skills under the guidance of an OCT French teacher. The morning sessions will focus on French verbal, reading and writing in order to build on previously acquired language skills for grade 1 to 5 students.
Kindergarten students will have a blast in their own classroom where they will be introduced to French. These new French language learners will be encouraged to use their French throughout day. In the afternoon, campers will enjoy sports,arts and crafts, water play and more. We will also enjoy weekly trips, outings and theme days. Campers will have so much fun they won’t even know they are learning!
Our chapter is run by parent volunteers who advocate for French as a Second Language programs and services in our schools. We also plan and promote activities for children to learn and speak French outside of the classroom.
Join our Chapter Executive or become a School Liaison to help support students in your school community. Our next Chapter Meeting is on February, 27th at 6:30 pm.
CPF Durham is supporting Epelle-Moi Canada a French Regional Spelling Bee:
Epelle-Moi Canada wants to contribute to the creation of a bilingual Canada and a world where young people live and thrive in linguistic security and in the pride of their Francophone and Francophile identity. Registration for this amazing opportunity has been extended to January 31, 2019. This is a great opportunity for young students to compete in a regional spelling bee. In support of this effort, CPF Durham will host additional study nights on Thursday evenings from 6:00 pm to 7:00 p at 1367 Altona Rd. for CPF families. Call 416-906-3846 to register.
How to get involved?
Register online at https://v2.epellemoicanada.ca to receive your study manual