French

At St Clare’s we are committed to providing children with a wide variety of learning experiences. We believe that learning another language develops children’s understanding and awareness of our
multi-lingual andmulti-cultural world. 

At St Clare’s we are committed to providing children with a wide variety of learning experiences. We believe that learning another language develops children’s understanding and awareness of our multi-lingual and multi-cultural world. It introduces an international dimension to their learning, giving them an insight into their own culture and those of others.

During their time in Key Stage Two, children will develop a love of language in particular, French, providing them with a base of knowledge, which they can developing during High School. 

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Jacques a dit……

Jacques a dit……

Elder class have had fun learning the names of body parts in French through playing Jacques a dit... (Simon says...). Children responded quickly to 'Jacques a dit touchez le/la/les.....' and it was tricky to catch anyone out! We then enjoyed listening to a French...

Qu’est-ce que c’est?

Qu’est-ce que c’est?

In French, we have been learning classroom objects and clothing this term. We have used the vocabulary we have learnt to write sentences.    

Comment ca va?

Comment ca va?

Children in Pine class have enjoyed learning how to ask and respond to the question 'How are you?' in French. It was lovely to see them moving around the classroom and greeting their friends with 'Comment ca va?' Children recorded their friends' feelings using tally...