Modern Foreign Languages

The MFL department aims to create confident global citizens who want to broaden their horizons and experience different languages, cultures and challenges.

Modern Foreign Languages

At Moreton, we currently teach French and Spanish at Key Stage 3 and French, Spanish and German at Key Stage 4. At Key Stage 4, we follow the AQA GCSE courses for languages.

Modern Foreign Languages

Current Moreton students have enjoyed trips to Paris and to Barcelona, visiting world famous monuments and taking the opportunity to apply their language skills in a real-world environment.

Modern Foreign Languages

The MFL department aims to create confident global citizens who want to broaden their horizons and experience different languages, cultures and challenges. We model a passion for language learning. We want to ensure that students understand how a modern foreign language can provide excellent career and travel opportunities, whilst at the same time being fun to learn.” – Moreton’s MFL Department.

 

At Moreton, we currently teach French and Spanish at Key Stage 3 and French, Spanish and German at Key Stage 4. At Key Stage 4, we follow the AQA GCSE courses for languages.

MFL lessons typically include a variety of activities, designed to practise speaking, listening, reading and writing in the target language, as well as to develop translation skills and memorise new vocabulary. The MFL department offers a rich and varied curriculum which enables students to confidently develop into fluent speakers. Lessons regularly include the use of iPads to access applications that support language learning. Students have access to laptops for gaining insight into the cultures, traditions and society of countries where French, German or Spanish are spoken.

Current Moreton students have enjoyed trips to Paris and to Barcelona, visiting world famous monuments and taking the opportunity to apply their language skills in a real-world environment.

Mrs Casey

Mrs Casey

Head of MFL

Mrs Casey is Head of MFL at Moreton School

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