Teach in France for a year

30th January 2004 at 00:00
Four places are available in primary schools and one in a coll ge and lycee in the Nantes area, October 1 to May 31, for students aged 18 to 25. In return for 20 hours' teaching a week, students receive free board and lodging, E185 a month, training, support and lesson preparation. The scheme has existed for 13 years and is funded by local government and approved by the French Education Nationale. Students should have A-level French, experience of staying in France and an interest in children and teaching. Interviews will be held in Lincolnshire in June. For details contact Julie Legree, Syndicat Mixte Montaigu-Rocheservi re, 35 avenue Villebois Mareuil, 85607 Montaigu cedex, France.

Email: julie_legree@yahoo.co.uk www.explomr.comenglish

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