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Modern Foreign Languages

The National Curriculum states that Modern Foreign Language teaching should provide and appropriate balance of spoken and written language and should give children the opportunity to understand and communicate ideas, facts and feelings in both speech and writing.


As a school we aim to introduce modern foreign languages to our children, to develop an interest in learning another language and give them the confidence to consider themselves as ‘World Citizens’ who belong in a multicultural, mutually respectful world.


The Modern Foreign Language taught at Croyland is French. The subject is taught consistently across the school from Year 2 up to Year 6 by a specialist language teacher. All classes from Year 2 to Year 6 have a weekly French lesson.