French is the first or second language in more than 40 countries and is spoken by over 125 million people around the world.
Knowledge of a second language is essential in over 60 occupations. There are many opportunities with airlines, import-export companies and other international business.
You could also become a French teacher, an interpreter, a translator or work in tourism, business services, banking, sales and manufacturing.
Job applicants who are proficient in two languages will be at a distinct advantage in the world of work.
MFL is taken by nearly all students at Key Stage 3. During Year 7, all pupils will study the following topics: Myself (Name, Age, Birthdays, Pets, Family), personal description, school, weather, & festivals. They will then progress in Year 8 to study: Sports, Likes and Dislikes, Food, The Area, TV and Film.
Students at Year 9 are given the option to study French as a GCSE in Key Stage 4.
The MFL department has access to a wealth of school resources, including Chromebooks, laptops & recording studios.
Pupils utilise a variety of these resources within their structured lessons, to help develop their ICT competency skills through the use of language.
Parents, Carers & Students. Please visit our online resource libraries for revision content, tutor support, homework & more using Microsoft Teams for Education (or) access your work remotely using Home Access.