As well as celebrating the European Day of Languages each September, the department organises events such as the Have Your Say Eastern Region schools competition between March and May.
There are weekly opportunities for French, German and Spanish support for Key Stage 4 students as well as a Friday Lunch MFL Club aimed at Key Stage 3 students. Students may do their homework, work at their GCSE written work, enjoy using the chromebooks, use the interactive whiteboard to practise or learn one of 9 foreign languages or read the MFL magazines. There is also a MFL film club.
The department recommends these MFL websites.
|Language Learning Platform for Schools – Learn French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Welsh, Gaelic, Maori, English.||www.linguascope.com|
|Duolingo is the world's most popular way to learn a language. It's 100% free, fun and science-based. Practice online on duolingo.com or on the apps!||www.duolingo.com|
|Learn a new language with games, humorous chatbots and over 30000 native speaker videos.||www.memrise.com|