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Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Intent

INTENT

Our MFL curriculum encourages our pupils to be global citizens by developing an understanding of other cultures and countries, instilling a curiosity and love of languages and confidence to communicate in another language other than English. We want our pupils to display tolerance and respect diversity, preparing them for the future and for their role in the society and the wider world. We aim to provide fun and stimulating opportunities for our pupils to build their confidence and knowledge and skills to recognise, read, write and speak accurately using basic words and phrases in Spanish as well as rehearse their use of language in context. 

 

RATIONALE/AIMS

Our curriculum aims/intends to:

encourage our pupils to be global citizens by developing an understanding of other cultures and countries

instilling a curiosity and love of languages and confidence to communicate in another language other than English.

display tolerance and respect diversity, preparing them for the future and for their role in the society and the wider world.

provide fun and stimulating opportunities for our pupils to build their confidence, knowledge and skills to recognise, read, write and speak accurately using basic words and phrases in Spanish as well as rehearse their use of language in context. 

Tuesday 24th May: Visit to school from Dog Trust for Year 2 – 6/Tempest photography in school for class photographs (full uniform to be worn)/Year 4 walk to the River Darwen /Wednesday 25th May:We will be celebrating May as the month of Mary. We ask anyone that can, to bring a flower to present to Mary, thank you/ Thursday 26th May: Celebration party for the Queens Platinum Jubilee/Friday 27th May: Non uniform day/ School closes for half term at 3.20pm
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