Through the exploration of Spanish language and culture, our MFL curriculum provides children with the tools to develop their linguistic abilities as well as deepen their understanding of the world. Children will develop their skills in the four key areas of language – speaking, listening, reading and writing. They will gain a deep and broad understanding of how a language works, which will in turn prepare them for future language learning. By learning the core grammatical concepts of Spanish, children will be equipped with the confidence and understanding to manipulate language structures. Pupils will also study Spanish culture and compare it with their own cultural practices, gaining a new and broader perspective of the world in which they live.


In KS2, pupils are taught by two highly experienced members of staff who have confidence in both written and aural Spanish. The National Curriculum provides the basis for our MFL curriculum, which is then tailored to meet the needs of our school.  Our staff ensures that children build upon prior knowledge and understanding using the MFL progression document.  Staff also use a range of resources from the Primary Languages Network scheme of work, which complements the school progression documents, to enrich the MFL curriculum with native speaker clips, authentic literature, creative activities, songs, stories and games. This ensures that language learning has a true primary focus and is engaging for pupils.


Pupils will be able to:

    • Understand and respond to spoken Spanish
    • Understand the patterns of sounds and language and use this to speak with increasingly correct pronunciation and intonation
    • Speak and converse in Spanish with confidence and fluency relevant to the stage of learning
    • Write for a range of purposes, using the appropriate grammatical structures to adapt models and create original pieces
    • Understand a range of texts in Spanish, using a range of strategies such as cognates and context to deduce meaning
    • Use a bilingual dictionary effectively to support their reading and writing

Each term, pupils complete an activity that assesses the four key areas of language learning. The staff use the information from these assessments to inform the planning for the following term.

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