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French Immersion

In accordance with the provisions of the Statutes of Manitoba – P250 of the Public Schools Act, children have an opportunity to learn both French and English in Manitoba. As of September 2009, approximately 18,500 students in 101 schools were enrolled in the French Immersion Program, one of the four recognized programs of Manitoba Education.

The French Immersion Program, designed for non- Francophones, aims to develop functionally bilingual students who are able to communicate in French and English in personal and professional situations.

 
In Pembina Trails, The French Immersion Program has two entry points:

  • Early Immersion – Kindergarten and/or grade 1

French Immersion

In accordance with the provisions of the Statutes of Manitoba – P250 of the Public Schools Act, children have

In accordance with the provisions of the Statutes of Manitoba – P250 of the Public Schools Act, children have an opportunity to learn both French and English in Manitoba. As of September 2009, approximately 18,500 students in 101 schools were enrolled in the French Immersion Program, one of the four recognized programs of Manitoba Education.

The French Immersion Program, designed for non- Francophones, aims to develop functionally bilingual students who are able to communicate in French and English in personal and professional situations.

 In Pembina Trails, The French Immersion Program has two entry points:

  • Early Immersion – Kindergarten or grade 1



French Immersion

French Immersion

In accordance with the provisions of the Statutes of Manitoba – P250 of the Public Schools Act, children have an opportunity to learn both French and English in Manitoba. As of September 2009, approximately 18,500 students in 101 schools were enrolled in the French Immersion Program, one of the four recognized programs of Manitoba Education.

The French Immersion Program, designed for non- Francophones, aims to develop functionally bilingual students who are able to communicate in French and English in personal and professional situations.

 
In Pembina Trails, The French Immersion Program has two entry points:

  • Early Immersion – Kindergarten and/or grade 1

French Immersion

In accordance with the provisions of the Statutes of Manitoba – P250 of the Public Schools Act, children have

In accordance with the provisions of the Statutes of Manitoba – P250 of the Public Schools Act, children have an opportunity to learn both French and English in Manitoba. As of September 2009, approximately 18,500 students in 101 schools were enrolled in the French Immersion Program, one of the four recognized programs of Manitoba Education.

The French Immersion Program, designed for non- Francophones, aims to develop functionally bilingual students who are able to communicate in French and English in personal and professional situations.

 In Pembina Trails, The French Immersion Program has two entry points:

  • Early Immersion – Kindergarten or grade 1