Thursday, 22 Jun 2017
Using your passion for languages and working alongside and supporting your Tutor with their business, can be extremely rewarding – both financially and personally. Your main aim will be to provide assistance and help teach some or all of their classes. Creating the perfect work-life balance is important. We can guarantee you genuine flexibility which means you will be able to agree with your Tutor when and how often YOU want to work.
Take a look at the areas where we are looking for a tutor now click here https://www.lajolieronde.co.uk/work-with-us/support-our-team
What's on 4 Kids Awards 2018
Friday, 18 May 2018
VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!!
LICENSEE OF THE YEAR FOR THE SOUTH WEST & WALES ANNOUNCED...
Tuesday, 1 May 2018
BRISTOL SEES LICENSEES GATHER FOR ANNUAL MEETING
Monday, 30 Apr 2018
Licensees and tutors from the South West and Wales gathered at The Bristol Hotel this weekend for their annual training meeting.
Introducing our award winning Scheme of Work
Tuesday, 24 Apr 2018
Perfect for the non-specialist language teacher - Click below to find out more plus find out how to SAVE £100!!!
Licensees Meeting for London and the South
Monday, 19 Mar 2018
Annual Training Meeting a Great Success
Have you heard our great news?
Friday, 16 Mar 2018
Nominations in the What's on 4 Awards 2018 have been announced...
La Jolie Ronde made The ALL's Corporate Member of the Month
Wednesday, 7 Mar 2018
LICENSEE OF THE YEAR FOR THE MIDLANDS & THE NORTH IS...
Monday, 29 Jan 2018
Midlands & The North hold their Annual Meeting
Monday, 22 Jan 2018
The Source Training and Conference Academy at Sheffield was the venue for this weekends annual training meeting.
Monday, 4 Dec 2017
Our range of French & Spanish Games, Reading Books and CDs make the perfect gifts for Christmas
Dublin Meeting a Great Success
Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017
The Red Cow Hotel in Dublin last weekend hosted Licensees and Tutors from Ireland for their annual meeting.
Licensee of the Year for Scotland & The North of England Announced
Tuesday, 7 Nov 2017
Spanish Tutor from Edinburgh scoops the 2017 Award