At Uley School, we have taken the decision to teach French to Key Stage 2 as our modern foreign language (MFL) and use the PlanIt scheme to aid with pronunciation and written and spoken French.  Our French scheme of work aims to instil a love of language learning and an awareness of other cultures. We want pupils to develop the confidence to communicate in French for practical purposes, using both written and spoken French. 



French Overview with links to National Curriculum

French Rolling Programme

French Rolling Programme with Key Learning

French Progression



We measure the impact of our curriculum through the following methods:

  • Observing children speaking and listening
  • Marking of written work 
  • Interviewing the pupils about their learning (Pupil Voice)
  • Monitoring children’s books
  • Learning walks
  • End of unit teacher assessments

The MFL subject leader will continue to monitor the impact MFL teaching is having on the children’s learning, to ensure progress of knowledge and skills being taught. Impact will also be measured through key questioning skills built into lessons, child-led assessment and summative assessments aimed at targeting next steps in learning.




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