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Welcome to this month’s round up!
I am, for the first time in ages, enjoying a quiet break. I am catching up on jobs (like writing this email!) and planning ahead: am loving having the time to do it. What are you up to this week?
Have you been watching my live videos of French rhymes on my Facebook page , on a Sunday at 7pm? If not, click here to watch and use them as they are on my YouTube channel for ease of reference. I now have 120 subscribers (and a custom url!): thank you so much if you are one of them; if not, do join us!
Remember to read through the opportunities below – there are again some fabulous ones, in the North East of England and beyond. I do try to round them up so you don’t miss out on anything amazing.
Au revoir!

One of my new videos is of the French equivalent of “Incy wincy spider”. Click on the image for the video and here for the link to the resources to go with it!
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There are as I type 5 videos of French rhymes on my YouTube channel… with a new one coming out every week! Do click here to check them out and please subscribe if you like them. Merci!
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New book blog this month! Click to find out how to get children to eat soup if they do not like! Well, not really, but… 
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In the North East of England:
  • Primary French in Newcastle on Thursday 26th March 12pm-5pm, £10 per person including lunch. Click here to book your place!
  • FREE Learning French through Music workshops for state sector schools in Newcastle and the North East. Offered by Institute francais and Alliance francaise. Interested? Contact me, the region’s French Pop Delegate, Nathalie Paris at
  • Save the date: primary languages conference at Beamish Hall on 1st July 2020. Click here for more details. I will be talking about puppets!