Player’s Tennis and Golf Academy is the experience of professionals at the service of all…a 360º academy. The tennis and golf training centers are for both young and adult high level players with different formula’s can be ‘made to order’ according to time and level! Player’s offers after school activities, vacation camps, and even Sports Etudes for the truly dedicated!
Both the tennis and golf classes are held at the Paris Country Club in Rueil-Malmaison with tennis also being held at the Tennis Club de la Châtaigneraie, also located in Rueil-Malmaison.
Player’s offers a shuttle service for all activities leaving from both Porte Maillot and Porte Dauphine. During camp kids can be provided with lunch.
459 Prom. des Anglais, 06000 Nice, France
Baby Prestige can help you find a regular or occasional experienced, English-speaking nanny, tutor or babysitter in Paris and its suburbs, other cities in France, Geneva (Switzerland) and Los Angeles (USA). In addition to regular babysitting, they can help you find a qualified maternity nurse, professional care for special needs kids, someone to organize events like a girly PJ party or a bar mitzvah or even to accompany your child on a trip between France and Geneva or Los Angeles.
So Kidy provides different French or English-language childcare options for kids 3 years and up in Paris and its suburbs. They recruit 18 to 30-year old native or bilingual English-speaking babysitters for after school, Wednesdays, school holidays, occasional babysitting, or shared childcare with another family. They can also organize English-language workshops for individual or small groups of children from 3 to 16 years in your home.
Récrélangue offers different individual and small group (4-5 kids) child care options for 3 to 12-year-olds at your home in the Parisian region. They recruit and pre-screen bilingual English-speaking babysitters for regular help after school and Wednesdays, occasional babysitting and help during school holidays.
Be My Nou Nou offers different childcare options for 3 to 12-year-olds in the Parisian region. They recruit and pre-screen native or bilingual English-speaking nannies and babysitters for after school, Wednesdays, school holidays, occasional babysitting, shared childcare with another family, or just to help with homework. They also hold creative activity-based English workshops for children and young adults.
The Canadian Bilingual School of Paris is the first school to offer a Canadian curriculum in France. Its goal is to provide students from kindergarten through 12th grade (ages 3 to 16) a truly bilingual and bi-cultural experience that will develop the language skills students need as 21st-century learners. In adopting British Columbia’s Education Plan, the ECB-CBS provides students with a personalized approach to learning.
When Parisian Cecile Birgand Ayasse couldn’t find original workshops for her own four kids, she set up Apprends et Rêve (“To learn and dream” in English) to create her own solution. From singing lessons with a coach from “The Voice” to Flamenco, computer coding or graffiti art, they offer imaginative weekend workshops and holiday camps where children aged 3 to 15. Activities are taught in French at various locations around Paris.
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Roaming Schoolhouse operates as a mobile school with classes in different locations throughout the week, depending on demand in the area. The classes are aimed at children growing up in the French education system with English as a regularly used language. They have classes through out the year as well as camps during the school holidays.
Apprendre à coder pour apprendre à créer (learn to code to learn to create) is the slogan at Magic Makers. You can find coding classes and workshops for children 8 yrs and up. Magic Makers offers an innovative way of teaching code as a form of creativity.
For more information and their various locations around Paris: CLICK HERE
Metro: Alma Marceau (line 9)
The Nicolaïte de Chaillot is a cultural and sports association which offers after-school activities such as football, gymnastics, judo, kung fu, tai chi and tennis, as well as camps during the school holidays. They also organize artistic, educational and sports activities and outings for kids from 6 to 17 years on Wednesdays and weekdays after-school at their Centre de Loisirs. Activities are led in French.
Check their website for details and to enroll.
Metro: Wagram (line 3)
The Salésienne is a French cultural and sports association for children and adults in Paris, offering a wide range of activities for adults and children throughout the year, including performing arts (dance, singing, theater) and sports (basketball, football, pilates, tennis, yoga and more). They also run popular camps during the school holidays. Consult their website for details and enrollment.
The first ever American Basketball Camp in Paris. During the school holidays, boys and girls aged 10-17 can learn basketball fundamentals and techniques with the pros, in both English and French. Two locations: Versailles, and the American School of Paris in Saint Cloud.
Château Beaumont welcomes children in France to improve their English skills in a fun and immersive environment, on the border of Normandy and the Loire Valley. Kids receive three hours of English instruction in the morning and 3 hours of multi-sports every afternoon at this residential camp in safe and tranquil surroundings.
This huge, indoor trampoline park is a paradise for anyone of any age who just wants to burn off some steam, and calories. Space Jump has a dodge ball zone, basketball zone, wall run and free space zones, as well as a wi-fi café upstairs for drink and snack break. It’s a popular birthday party venue for older kids, and Space Fitness classes for adults allow you to burn 1000 calories per session! Closed Mondays.
Metro: Blanche (line 2)
Hop onto Le Petit Train to weave through the picturesque streets of the charming Montmartre neighborhood, once home to the likes of Picasso and Modigliani. It’s a 40-minute guided tour from the Moulin Rouge to the Sacré-Coeur, with fabulous views of Paris.
To make the most of your tour of Montmartre, visit the Espace Dali museum and travel into a world of fantasy. One of the biggest artists of the 20th century, Dali’s more than 300 works are displayed here.
Metro: Vavin (line 4), Raspail (lines 4 and 6), Port-Royal (RER B)
Oh My Princess! is every little girl’s fantasy brought to life. Picture dazzling silk gowns in every color, Alice in Wonderland-inspired porcelain tea sets, and a pink dressing table fit for a princess – all set within the magical Le Petit Boudoir in Paris’ 6ème arrondissement. But it’s not just about looking pretty, Oh My Princess also hosts unique leadership workshops for young girls, to reinforce their self confidence. Activities are led in English or French.
2 Avenue Foch, 75016 Paris-16E-Arrondissement, France
111 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris, France
44 Rue Emeriau, 75015 Paris, France
Who doesn’t like to bowl? There are several bowling alleys in Paris for great family fun, from the Bowling Mouffetard to Bowling Foch near the Champs Elysées or try La Quille’s “mini” bowling lane off rue Oberkampf, or the child-friendly lanes at Front de Seine in the 15th arrondissement which has lightweight balls for little ones 5 years and up.
Bowling is a great birthday party option as well. Check the lanes nearest you for their party packages.
Bowling Mouffetard:73 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 43 31 09 35
Bowling Foch:2 Avenue Foch, 75016 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 45 00 00 13
La Quille:111 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 43 55 87 21
Front de Seine: 44 Rue Emeriau, 75015 Paris
Tel:+33 (0)1 45 75 35 37
Bowling de Champerret: 2 Rue du Caporal Peugeot, 75017 Paris
Tel: + 33 (0)1 43 80 24 64
Metro: Marcadet Poissonniers (lines 4 and 12)
Adults and kids from 7 to 12 years old can learn how to cook the French way at Cook’n with Class. Classes range from market cooking to foie gras and wine and cheese pairing, to classic French desserts. The icing on the cake? Cook n’ with Class is one of the few schools in Paris that offer cooking classes in English. They’ll even organize private family classes in the kitchen with a translator in Spanish, French, Italian or Chinese!
Metro: Pont Marie (line 7)
Stop by the Musée de la Magie for a tour from a wizard or one of the museum’s favorite magic shows. Located in the Marais, this quirky museum is full of amazing artifacts illustrating the history and magic of the art of illusion. Examine antique magicians’ props and gadgets, learn about stunning optical illusions and how to stump your friends with a slight of hand.
As mentioned in our Guide to After School and Weekend Activities or in 15 Indoor Activities for Children in Paris on Rainy Days!
Metro: Rambuteau (line 11)
Make a dream come true for doll lovers by taking them to the Musée de la Poupée in the Marais. Imagine finding over 500 of the finest French dolls, from 1800 to today, on display in their best finery and accessories! Admire the furnished miniature dollhouses. From baby dolls to Barbie, learn about the evolution of the doll and understand why she is your little girl’s eternal best friend.
As mentioned in our Guide to After School and Weekend Activities and 15 Indoor Activities for Children in Paris on Rainy Days!