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"Learning a foreign language is a liberation from insularity and provides an opening to other cultures’#
(Languages programmes of study Key Stage 2 National Curriculum in England)

At Rose Hill, we believe that learning another language is an important part of the children’s education; It allows children to build self-confidence as well as developing their communication skills.

In our modern society, children now have the ability to communicate with others from around the world; we want to equip the children with the skills and confidence to be able to do this and gain a better understanding of different cultures.

At Rose Hill the key stage 2 children have approximately 30 minutes direct teaching per week. This is taught by their class teacher or from 20/21 a specialist French teacher using ilanguages. This is a flexible Scheme of Work and is skills-based and mapped to the KS2 Framework as well as National Curriculum MFL levels. 

This teaching is supplemented by short classroom activities with the class teacher such as taking the register in French. We ensure pupils enjoy their work by making the lessons interactive with lots of songs and games.

Bonjour.Je m’appelle....                   ​Comment tu t’appelles?                    Ca va?​