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Born in France and educated in Belgium, Paule has been teaching French since 1986 in Melbourne and from 1997 in Albury. As one of the founding members of Alliance Française Albury-Wodonga Paule is passionate (or rather pedantic) about correct pronunciation and particularly enjoys assisting those preparing for travel to French speaking countries.



Monday & Wednesday Intermediate

Marion has been teaching French in Albury since 1980. She started both the Border Modern Languages Teachers' Association and the Albury Alliance Francaise as support for teachers and students of the district. She is passionate about the importance of languages as communication in the mad world we live in. She is quickly identified as 'the Northern Irish French Teacher'!




Leigh is originally from Adelaide and has lived in Albury for the past 5 years. He has travelled extensively throughout Australia and the world, visiting every continent except Antarctica. After studying French in both highschool and university he lived and studied international relations in Paris, Grenoble and Santiago. His love of languages stems from the desire to have meaningful conversations with people from around the world and to learn from their different cultures. He is currently a language and geography teacher at Albury High.



Beginners Year 2

Born in Albury and perhaps born a Francophile, Kathy went on her first exchange to France at 15 before going on to complete a year of university in Lyon. Naturally, she met and married a Frenchman and lived in Annecy from 2012-2014 teaching English as a second language. She is now back in Albury and has dabbled in importing vintage French furniture , training to be a pastry chef and is currently teaching French at Trinity Anglican College.

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Term 3 starts Monday 30th

It’s almost time for term 3 which starts on the 30th July for Monday students.  As ususal, enrol by the Sunday before and classes are automatically 10% cheaper.