Stanley Common

Live, enjoy, believe, aim high

“Learning a language enriches the curriculum. It provides excitement, enjoyment and challenge for children and teachers, helping to create enthusiastic learners and to develop positive attitudes to language learning throughout life. The natural links between languages and other areas of the curriculum can enhance the overall teaching and learning experience. The skills, knowledge and understanding gained can make a major contribution to the development of children’s oracy and literacy and to their understanding of their own culture/s and those of others.” The Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages (DfES 2005), Part Two page 4. 

We recognise the value in learning a Modern Foreign Language. The main language taught in our school is French to pupils in KS2.

“He who knows the language is at home everywhere.”
Dutch Proverb

 The aims of our Languages teaching are to enable children to:

  • foster an interest in language learning by introducing children to other languages in a way that is enjoyable and accessible to all pupils;
  • stimulate and encourage children’s curiosity about language and creativity in experimenting with it;
  • support oracy and literacy, and in particular develop speaking and listening skills;
  • help children develop their awareness of cultural similarities and differences;
  • lay the foundations for future language study.

 

  • Languages Intent
  • Languages Progression Map
  • Languages Road Map
  • Languages Policy