Growing In Faith and Learning
Owls and Falcons French home learning from week beginning 4th May 2020
Please see your child's Duolingo account.
French activities week beginning 30th March 2020
Please follow the link below to continue learning about how to describe the body
Please follow the link below to continue learning about food and drink
Home learning activities - week beginning 20th April 2020
Further work on describing people
To learn vocabulary for vegetables
Home learning activities - week beginning 27th April 2020
This week we are starting our new topic on 'Les Animaux' and I would like you to learn the vocabulary for the names of pets.
Watch this video following Ben as he chats to his French friends as they are shopping for food
Write a list of ingredients for your own pizza. Look up unknown ingredients in a bi-lingual dictionary. You could draw your own pizza and write labels for the different ingredients.
You could even role play pretending to buy food in a supermarket or market.
At St Leonard’s we aim to encourage an interest in language learning in a way that is stimulating and exciting. We intend to embed the skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing necessary to enable children to apply their knowledge in a variety of contexts and lay the foundations for future language learning. Through their learning they will also develop their awareness of cultural differences in other countries.
Do you want to know what your child will be learning in French?
Below you will find a copy of our MFL policy which will give you an idea of what we are aiming to achieve in French at St. Leonard's. You will also find a copy of our long term curriculum map. In our school, we follow a two year rolling programme (as we have mixed age classes). This ensures that children have full coverage of the National Curriculum and do not repeat any topics/learning.
To ensure that throughout their time with us; children are building their skills ready for their next stage in learning we have produced a progression of skills map. Take a look at the map to see what is expected of your child at the end of each year group.
Finally, I have added a link to the National Curriculum
If you have any MFL related questions please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Bryan who leads the subject in our school.
This year in MFL the key areas for development are: