We’ve been learning some hobbies in French. We take turns to act one out and then (when asked by the class) tell them what we’re doing!Read More Qu’est-ce que tu fait ?
Children across KS2 created their own keynote presentations in French, on the theme of families.Read More Ma famille creative project
Faux! C’est un crayon rouge! Children across KS2 have been learning their colours in French and we’ve been playing games such as vrai ou faux (true or false) using classrooms items such as pencils, coloured matchsticks and pens.Read More C’est un crayon vert!
Across KS2 this term, children are learning to describe their families in French. In the coming weeks, they are going to be using the knowledge gained to create Keynote presentations on their iPads, using the voice recording tool and photo / picture tools. We look forward to sharing soon! A reminder that children can practise […]Read More Ma famille
So you’ve built a den and now it’s time to pretend that den is in another country. The Go Jetters head to Paris today and I know a lot of you can speak French already. Watch this episode and then decide which country you’d like to explore. Go Jetters, Series 1: 1. The Eiffel Tower, […]Read More Preschool 12/5 Bonjour!
Bonjour, tout le monde! Everyone can still be enjoying their French learning at home, with these resources for singing, activities and games. BODY PARTS It’s our favourite with a link to the song. Heads, shoulders, knees and toes . The robot’s pointer isn’t that easy to see so just to remind you: l’oeil = eye, […]Read More FRENCH FOR EVERYONE!
Years 3 and 4 have been combining their knowledge of body parts, colours and numbers in French to create some terrifyingly imaginative monsters. They have then been practising their spoken French by describing their monster to their partner or by reading and listening to a description before saying which monster is being described.Read More Monstrously good French in LKS2
Years 3 and 4 began a new topic in French today – traditional tales. Both classes came together to hear Mrs Peters retell a familiar story in an unfamiliar way. Having heard the story of a small girl with golden hair who helped herself to breakfast in a house in the woods before breaking the […]Read More Boucle d’or et les trois ours – traditional tales in French
Armed with the knowledge that roughly 33.3% of the English language shares its roots with French through the ancient language of Latin, Y5&6 read a French story! The children were surprised that they could identify so many words and after some detective work actually translate the text! Tres bien!Read More Les trois petits cochons
I’m French, we have learnt the names of our body parts, and how to tell the doctor what was wrong. Luckily, there were plenty of medical professionals around to mend our wound.Read More French Ouch!