North Bradley

CE Primary School

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Modern Foreign Languages

Languages are a very important part of learning at North Bradley CE Primary School and Spanish is taught to all pupils in Key Stage 2. We aim to give children a thorough background in Spanish to prepare them for language learning at secondary school. Over the course of the four years, children are exposed to a wide range of vocabulary and are taught the necessary grammar to achieve writing and speaking in sentences with increasing independence and to ensure they have a breadth of understanding in both languages. In addition, pupils have regular opportunities to further explore their understanding of Spanish and the cultures of a range of Spanish-speaking countries through some of our wider topics, such as An Adventure in Espana and The Mayans.


Our Learning Intention for Languages at North Bradley School


At North Bradley, we want to ensure our children receive a relevant, broad, vibrant and ambitious foreign languages curriculum that will inspire and excite our pupils through a wide variety of topics and themes. We also aim for our language programme to offer pupils the opportunity to develop a deepening understanding of other cultures and the world around them. Our intent is that all pupils will develop a genuine interest and positive curiosity about foreign languages, finding them enjoyable and stimulating, to ensure that they become life-long language learners. All pupils are expected to reach their full potential by encouraging high expectations and excellent standards in language learning whilst nurturing the confidence of our language learners.


We use Language Angels to ensure that our curriculum coverage has the breadth and depth that will ensure children have a good foundation for language learning beyond Key Stage 2. Our language learning programme ensures children regularly practise all four language learning skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. In addition, children will develop their knowledge of grammar from year 3 to year 6 to ensure progression in all four areas so that they can understand more complex language and communicate more effectively. The topics chosen for our year groups ensure that this progression in grammar and language skills occurs but also has a mixture of topics that will enthuse children and provide them with real life, practical contexts in which to practise their language skills.