L’École St-Jude (The St-Jude School), in Montréal, Canada, uses French Cued Speech with deaf students. Additionally the school provides training for parents and video lessons prepared by speech therapists.
L’Écoles primaires du Curé-Lequin et St-Jude - the official website of the schools in French with examples of LPC in action.
Note that the Quebecois accent requires minor changes to some pronunciations: a ‘t’ followed by a ‘u’ such as the pronoun, ‘tu’ is cued as ‘tsu’ 5s 3t (or in french 5c 3g); in the same way, a ‘d’ followed by a ‘u’ is cued as ‘dzu’ 1s 2t (or in french 1c 2g). A winter knit hat, a tuque, is therefore cued as tsuque.
This dictionary should help: http://cure-lequin.ecoles.csmv.qc.ca/files/2011/09/Dictionnaire-LPC_v8.pdf