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Modern Foreign Languages Curriculum

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Our Intent:

At Killingholme Primary, we promote a positive attitude to learning (based on our school vision of Partnerships + Potential + Performance = Success), encouraging our students to aspire to achieve their full potential by providing rich, motivational, purposeful and inspiring learning.

At Killingholme Primary School, we intend for all children to develop positive attitudes towards other languages and cultures. This interest should be encouraged by being given regular stimulating and enjoyable lessons which build confidence and promote the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. It is our intention to ensure that by the end of our children’s primary education, they have acquired an understanding of both spoken and written French, confidence to speak in French with others and know how important other languages can be in their future. In order to do this, we implement The Wakefield scheme of work programme.

Our Implementation:

In order to implement our intent, we have:

  • A scheme of work that focuses on specific and relevant vocabulary.
  • A scheme of work which caters for all educational need.
  • Ensured that staff are equipped with the necessary professional development to deliver our curriculum.
  • A clear and comprehensive scheme of work, in line with National Curriculum.
  • Resources, which complement the teaching of a modern foreign language such as flash cards and bilingual dictionaries.
  • A subject leader who monitors the teaching of MFL, ensuring a consistent approach and identifying any gaps.
  • A subject leader who monitors teaching and learning to improve standards and outcomes

The Impact:

Through implementing the above:

  • Children will understand and apply key French vocabulary.
  • Children will use their increasing French knowledge across other areas of the curriculum to enable them to know more, remember more and understand more.
  • Children will recognise and apply an increasing amount of key French vocabulary in the written form.
  • We aim for all children to reach age-related expectations in accordance with the national curriculum.
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