“Learn a new language and get a new soul”
In today’s world, speaking one foreign language is not enough. Students who speak several languages will increase their chances of finding a job, whether at home or abroad. Learning another language enriches the mind and opens up new horizons, both personal and professional.
More than 220 million people speak French on all the five continents. It is the second most widely learned language after English and the sixth most widely spoken language in the world. French is also the second most widely taught language after English and is taught on every continent. The OIF, an international organisation of French-speaking countries, is made up of 77 member States and governments.
Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 & 9)
At the beginning of Key Stage 3 in French, students consider questions such as ‘Why learn a foreign language?’ and ‘How do learn a foreign language?’
Students build skills in the four key areas of listening, speaking, reading and writing; through a wide variety of teaching methods and resources.
Topics covered include:
- Why and how do you learn a foreign language?
- The francophone world
- Self & Family
- Sports & Hobbies
- House & Home
Long Term Plans
The long term plans set out the programmes of study for the whole academic year and enables parents to see the topics being studied term by term.