Howletch Lane
Primary School


Through the teaching of French at Howletch Lane Primary School, the children will have made good progress in all the four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing, by the end of Key Stage 2, in readiness for their transition into Key Stage 3.

They will be encouraged to understand the relevance of what they are learning in French, how it relates to the wider world and their place in it, as well as to their own language.

Teachers will aim to foster an enjoyment of languages through a variety of interactive lessons so that children will automatically want to carry on learning languages in Key Stage 3.

The MFL co-ordinator will continually monitor the impact MFL teaching is having on the children’s learning. They will also ensure that the knowledge taught is retained by the children and continually revisited and that the learners are able to apply the skills they have been taught to a variety of settings, showing independence in their learning.


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