My playgroup is

  • MLF-Dynamic


  • MLF-Dynamic


  • MLF-Dynamic



Welcome to My Little French, your Hong Kong French playgroup for kids.

This year, we invite all students to contact Lou Pichoun for French playgroup (start from 15 th month)in the school year 2019-2020.

They organize French classes in their three campuses in Happy Valley, Stanley and Tseung Kwan O. For details please visit:
You can join us now! ENROLL HERE

Childhood at an early age is actually the best moment in one’s life to learn a foreign language and open one’s mind to other cultural backgrounds.

That’s what we’ve been doing here at My Little French since 2011, focusing on children.

Our classes provide a wide range of fun, meaningful, and captivating activities, 100 % in French. Games, story time, crafts, music and movements… so many things for toddlers to explore! They are a great way to learn to socialize with their peers.

Older children can learn through specific methods: stories, action games, songs and more challenging activities, to help them improve even more.

Our premises are welcoming and friendly and we speak French all the time, providing an ideal environment to learn step-by-step, without even noticing, through lots of activities and games.

Lessons are taught by a passionate, patient and native French.

Children from birth to age 5 are often grasp the language very easily. Even small children can tell apart and repeat sounds easily, later on during their growth.

Research has even shown that learning a foreign language at an early age has a positive effect on your child’s intellectual growth and makes babies more mind-flexible, language-sensitive, and gives them improved cognitive skills.

What we believe in:

  • Make children love French language and culture
  • Welcome only small groups
  • Provide a tailored teaching for each children according to their profile, age and improvement speed.
  • Open the children’s minds
  • Make the toddlers always more autonomous through innovative teaching methods, letting them express themselves and really take part in the class.

Let’s start French with us!