For the 4TH year in a row Nottingham based La Jolie Ronde Languages for Children has been voted Best National Licensed Activity for 5-12 year olds in the prestigious children’s awards “What’s On 4 kids Awards 2017”.
Earlier in the year, the Award Programme asked parents and children across the UK to nominate their favourite after-school and weekend activities. Every activity had the chance to be nominated and voted for, making the Awards a true representation of how parents & children feel towards what is on offer and a reflection of their eagerness to reward the very best.
The Awards that are now into their 11th year were held at a Finalists Award Ceremony at NatWest, in the heart of the City of London, at the prestigious 280 Bishopsgate location.
La Jolie Ronde, who are based at Bingham in Nottingham, beat 4 other children’s activities, 3 of which were language learning activities; Lingotot, Kidslingo, Spanish Amigos and singing & drama activity Little Voices.
Marketing Manager for La Jolie Ronde, Mala Henry says, “We are absolutely delighted to win this award for the 4th year running, it truly is a great accolade, perhaps the most prestigious for Children’s Activity Providers. The category is always a tough one as there are so many fantastic and extremely popular activities, on offer, for our children today. Knowing that it’s the parents and children who have voted for us makes it even more special. We see this recognition as a great achievement and reflects the pride we take in our language programmes, products and classes”, she added
La Jolie Ronde has been successfully teaching early language learning to nursery and primary aged children for over 30 years. The methodology of language teaching includes immersion in French and Spanish from the very beginning, lots of repetition from week to week introducing the target language through fun games, songs and activities. La Jolie Ronde currently has over 1,660 out-of-school classes which run across the UK & Ireland operated by more than 560 tutors and a current membership base of around 20,500 children.