YEAR 7 Bienvenue! Personal Information Ma Famille - Family Au Collège - School Les Passe-Temps - Sports and Hobbies Bon Appètit - Food and Drink Chez Moi - House and Home
YEAR 8 Mode Ado - Clothes and Fashion En Forme - Health On se relaxe - TV and Cinema Tous les Jours - Daily Routine Voyages et Vacances - Holidays Une Visite en France - A trip to France


Future Plans Food and Drink Daily and Cultural Life


YEAR 10 Personal Relationships Healthy Lifestyle World of Work Future Educational Plans Town and Region Environment
YEAR 11 Travel and Tourism Out and About World Issues Leisure and Media Revision and Past Papers  

 Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4

What qualification will I get?

GCSE French.

How will I be assessed?

The GCSE course is 60% controlled assessment (writing and speaking) and 40% examination (reading and listening).

What can this course lead to?

Learning languages gives pupils opportunities to develop their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and to express themselves with increasing confidence, independence and creativity. They explore the similarities and differences between other languages and English and learn how language can be manipulated and applied in different ways. The development of communication skills, together with understanding the structure of language, lay the foundations for future study of other languages and support the development of literacy skills in a pupil’s own language. The ability to understand and communicate in another language is a lifelong skill. Pupils’ future employability is enhanced by knowledge of a foreign language and opens doors to a wide range of opportunities and careers.