Our vision in the Modern Languages department is that all language learners develop the skills and confidence to consider themselves as ‘World Citizens’ who belong in a multicultural, mutually respectful world. We aim to support students to understand other countries and cultures so that they can be more open and adaptable to new experiences. The department is committed to developing strong, lifelong linguistic skills and to encourage students to become curious and interested in the world. We do this via our extremely diverse cultural extra-curricular offering including, language based trips to France and Spain, Exchange visits, work experience placements and a bi-annual Latin American Expedition. Ultimately, we want our students to have a love of languages, and aim to achieve this by nurturing a linguistic curiosity and an intrinsic motivation to explore and respect other cultures and people. As practitioners we endeavour to inspire our students via engaging and challenging lessons at all times. Our relentless quest for further improvement is driven by these key principles.
French Subject Staff
|Mrs Douglas||Director of MFL Faculty|
|Mrs Mills||Teacher of French & Spanish|
|Mr Rimmer||Teacher of French / Assistant Headteacher - Teaching and Learning|
|Mr Prescott||Teacher of French|