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French at Bosbury

 

Bosbury School is switching over to French for the 2019/20 academic year for its modern languages focus, and the children have already been picking up the language brilliantly with our lovely language specialist Mrs. Dark.  

 

  BOSBURY SCHOOL MODERN LANGUAGES CURRICULUM STATEMENT

 

Learning a language at Bosbury opens the children to a new perspective and new cultures beyond their own.  We believe that learning a language encourages children to see themselves as part of a bigger community and as world citizens.  As little linguists children learn how to communicate and have fun in another language.

The children start learning a language as soon as they enter school.  Children in Reception and KS1 learn very quickly how to communicate simply through playing lots of games and singing fun songs and they quickly develop a range of vocabulary and focus on their speaking and listening skills. 

As the children move through the school they are expected to learn more structured language giving them the capability to have simple conversations in a variety of scenarios and to talk about themselves.  The curriculum is planned by combining core essentials for communication as well as linking to the curriculum topic when appropriate.    

As our French language learning progresses we plan to have a whole school Bosbury French Breakfast.  We also are looking to extend our global links with the Francophone community.  In the future we shall be looking into a residential opportunity in France. 

Children who learn languages embrace other cultures and enhance their own cognitive skills such as problem solving and creativity.  They develop curiousity about other cultures and question their own, making them more comfortable as they grow up in our increasingly global society where languages and cultures intersect every day.

Please do come and speak to me if you have any questions about how we are teaching languages at Bosbury or if you have any ideas or suggestions about our learning.

Meilleurs voeux!

Mrs S Dark - Class 2 Teacher and French Teacher

 

 

 

Take a look at the Pic Collages below to see what French activities our pupils have been up to recently!

 

 WEEK 6 (08.11.19)

 

 

WEEK 5 (25.10.19)

 

 

WEEK 4 (18.10.19)

 

 

WEEK 3 (11.10.19)

 

 

WEEK 2 (04.10.19)

 

 

WEEK 1 (27.09.19)