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Foreign Languages

In delivering Foreign Languages (FL), we aim to foster an enjoyment of languages, and successful language acquisition, through quality teaching, a meaningful and engaging syllabus and cross-curricular links when possible. This is acquired through:

  • Introducing young children to other languages in a fun and enjoyable context;
  • Helping children to be aware of, and respect, cultural differences;
  • Linking in language structure across foreign languages and comparing it with English;
  • Promoting independent learning within society.
  • FL is not a statutory part of the curriculum in EYFS or KS1 but may be included as part of other curriculum subjects, such as PSHE&C, music, etc or introduced according to pupil interest.

The NYCC scheme of work for French, which meets the requirements of the National Curriculum 2014 for FL, is taught in KS2. Pupils:

  • become increasingly familiar with the sounds and written form of a modern foreign language;
  • develop language skills and language-learning skills;
  • understand and communicate in a new language;
  • make comparisons between the foreign language and English or another language;
  • increase their cultural awareness by learning about different countries and their people, and working with materials from those countries and communities;
  • foster positive attitudes towards foreign language learning;
  • use their knowledge with growing confidence and competence to understand what they hear and read, and to express themselves in speech and in writing;
  • form a sound basis for further study at key stage 3 and beyond

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