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Mme. Chapman is our specialist French teacher, working in KS2. Please direct any French-related queries to

Year 3


  • In Year 3 French we learn how to exchange greetings.
  • We count 0-20
  • We know the names of colours
  • We begin to read and write simple sentences about animals.
  • We learn French songs and finger rhymes too.
  • We learn French phonics so that we can read new words correctly.

Year 4


  • In Year 4 we revise greetings and introductions.
  • We practise counting to 20 and learn how to count to 31.
  • We read and write sentences using verbs, nouns and adjectives.
  • Songs are used to improve our French pronunciation and accent by copying what we hear.
  • We listen to French stories and we join in too!
  • We learn French phonics so that we can read new words correctly.
  • We use bi-lingual dictionaries to write creatively.

Year 5


  • In Year 5 we already know how to exchange greetings and introduce ourselves.
  • We still learn phonics so that we become confident French readers.
  • We begin to use a wider range of verbs and prepositions to extend our own sentences.
  • We enjoy reading different stories and play scripts too.
  • We use bilingual dictionaries to find out more about words we are using in our writing, for example, masculine/feminine? Singular/plural? noun/adjective?
  • We sing songs that help us to learn useful words and phrases.

Year Six

Bonjour!  Comment allez-vous?

  • In Year 6 we already know how to exchange greetings and introduce ourselves.
  • We are confident French readers because we have learnt how to read French phonemes.
  • We begin to use a wider range of verbs to write about ourselves and other people.
  • We read stories and then write our own versions using bilingual dictionaries to help us.
  • We sing songs that help us to learn useful words and phrases.
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