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MFL

 

If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, then that goes to his heart -  Nelson Mandela.

 

At Wolston St Margaret's Primary School, we aim to provide an enjoyable and inspiring Modern Foreign Language curriculum, using French as our lead language studied. Our aim is that this will help to enable our children to become well-rounded, independent and responsible members of society. We believe that learning a language provides a valuable educational, social and cultural experience for our pupils. It helps to develop communication skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing and lays the foundation for future language learning. We believe that learning another language also give children a new and broader perspective on the world, encouraging them to understand their own cultures and those of others.

For further information about our MFL curriculum, please see the documents and information below:

MFL Intent Statement

MFL Policy

MFL Long Term Plan

MFL Lesson Snapshot

MFL Progression Document

 

MFL LEARNING LEAFLETS

Learning Leaflets include key vocabulary with definitions, dates and timelines, maps, significant individuals and other contextual knowledge along with key skills the children will need to demonstrate. We expect the majority of children to know the information on the learning leaflet by the end of the unit of work and be able to recall key detail.

The facts on the Learning Leaflet are the crystallised, necessary information about a topic but they don't represent the topic in its entirety and many children will have a far deeper understanding and be able to discuss and elaborate much further.

 

YEAR 3

Autumn Term - Phonetics 1 & 2, Learning French    Spring Term - Musical Instruments      Summer Term - Ancient Britain

Autumn Term - Animals                                              Spring Term - Fruit                                Summer Term - I Can

 

YEAR 4 

Autumn Term - Phonetics 1 & 2, Fruits     Spring Term - Ancient Britain            Summer Term - Classroom

Autumn Term - Vegetables                        Spring Term - Presenting Myself       Summer Term - House

 

YEAR 5

Autumn Term - Phonetics 1 - 3, Days, Months, Numbers     Spring Term - Presenting Myself      Summer Term - Romans

Autumn Term - Vegetables                                                      Spring Term - Family                          Summer Term - Clothes

 

YEAR 6

Autumn Term - Phonetics 1 - 4, Numbers     Spring Term - Pets                                      Summer Term - My House

Autumn Term - Presenting Myself                Spring Term - What is the Date?               Summer Term - School