This page holds all the Subject Leadership Information for Modern Foreign Languages at Rosehill Junior School. At Rosehill we follow the National Curriculum focusing on the 5 key language skills.
We use the scheme 'Language Angels'.
At Rosehill, our intent is to provide all children with a high quality education of Modern Foreign Languages that allows them to develop a love of learning about languages other than their own, and the cultures that shadow alongside it. We also want to provide a wider understanding of the wonderful world around them. We aim to build on children’s cultural capital so that children develop a knowledge and understanding of the rich diversity between cultures in our community, the UK and wider world. Through high-quality language planning, children will be able to express themselves in another language. The ultimate aim is that pupils will feel confident engaging in spoken Spanish, develop skills in reading, listening and writing, and know how important languages will be in their future.
At Rosehill we want our language teaching to provide children with a love for other areas around our world and give them the foundation for learning further languages, equip children to explore, study and work in other countries.
Statement of Implementation
Our MFL curriculum is delivered through use of the National Curriculum supported by clear skills and knowledge progression. At Rosehill, teachers use the scheme ‘Languages Angels’ to support their planning and delivery. This ensures that skills and knowledge are built on year by year and sequenced appropriately to maximise learning for all children. It is important that whilst children are at Rosehill, they learn progressive skills, also known as the 5 key language skills, rather than just being able to recall words in Spanish. We ensure that where possible, children experience real life situations where they would be required to use a second language.