With the 75th Anniversary of VE Day on the horizon, pupils are considering what they would be enjoying at their stay-at-home tea parties … even in French! Profitez des célébrations et bon appetit!
On the French trip, we did lots of fun activities such as going on trips to the snail farm, the aquarium and the chocolate factory (which was amazing – we all got a free taster of their chocolates, they were so good!). We also went to a bakery and were taught how to make all […]
I chose French as I love languages and really enjoy studying different cultures. Also, I enjoy translating and seeing how different languages link together. Charlotte Spencer (Y11 2012) I chose French because people look for it in a job and also its good if you want to travel. I also enjoy it. Hannah Palmer (Y11 […]
Where do they speak French? French is spoken by over 160 million people in worldwide. Although you may know France and Belgium as the main countries which are French speaking; the language is recognized as an official in many others, as outlined below. You can also see on the map how much French is spoken […]
Nobody knows what will happen in the future. You may end up working abroad in France, Germany, Spain or elsewhere. You may end up working for an international company like Vodafone or Bet365. You may end up marrying somebody who isn’t British. You may just come across a foreigner in the town centre who is […]
From time to time, the MFL Department will be running trips and visit to French or German speaking countries. Your child will need to be in possession of a valid passport as well as a European Health Insurance Card. The websites below will be able to give you advice and help in applying for these. […]
Bonjour! During the half term break in May, Mr Rigby, Mrs Zobolas, Miss Locke, Mr Wood and Miss Burns accompanied 41 pupils from Year 7, 8 and 10 on an adventure to the quaint town of Boulogne-sur-Mer on the northern coast of France. After a midnight departure and overnight travel by ferry and coach, the […]