It was all fun, games, crepes, and French in the newly opened Chez Louis restaurant in Bray today, and it made for a very interesting Pancake Tueday.
The children of St. Patrick’s NS and St. Cronan’s eagerly filed-in to the newly opened Chez Louis restaurant on Bray’s Main Street, but they were there for more than just lunch.
Little Lingua lanuage school teamed up with the restaurant to deliver a masterclass in their respective fields, ie. the French language, and the French crepe, and the 30+ students were more than ready to get their hands sticky and learn a new a language all at once.
Children were invited to come down to learn the French language while also learning how to craft the perfect crepe – just in time for Pancake Tuesday.
A recent report on early learning has detailed the intellectual benefits of introducing different languages to a child early on in life, which makes it all the more important to have fun and informational days such as this. Little Lingua language school in Greystones have known this for quite some time.
If you are one of the unlucky parents who won’t be eating crepes tonight, you can visit Chez Louis on Bray’s Main Street to fill the void. Make sure to visit their website for a full menu.
And if you’d like to give your child the gift of language, you can visit Little Lingua’s official website for details on what you can expect and how you can enrol your little linguist.