Head of Department:    Mrs L.Mouaraki

Second in Department: Ms S Djouadi

Teacher of French:         Ms M Makri

Teacher of Spanish:        Ms L. Pueyo Agudo


Why learn another language? Speaking a second language will…


• Open Up a World of Job Opportunities

• Help you become a Better Learner

• Give Your Brain a Boost

• Allow you to get an Outsider’s Perspective about Your Own Culture

• Help you stay Smart in Touristic Areas


The MFL Department is a dedicated and enthusiastic team who work collaboratively to provide an enjoyable, engaging and relevant learning experience for students. Department members constantly strive to raise student achievement and offer students every opportunity to develop confidence and independence.



3 hours every 2 weeks

Once every 2 weeks

Equipe Nouvelle 1 for y7

Equipe Nouvelle 2 for y8

See attached progress grid



5 hours every 2 weeks

Exam board: AQA

Once every week (one learning and one writing/reading)

AQA textbooks/ kerboodle

Schemes of work include

Y9: Me, my family and friends, Technology in everyday life, Free-time activities, Custom and festival in French speaking countries

Y10: Home, town, neighbourhood and region, Social issues, Global issues

Y11: My studies, Life at school / college, Education post 16, Job, Career choices and ambitions, Travel and Tourism





Y8 - French play

Y8 – European language day in September

Subscription to French magazine (Ça va?)

Day trip to Boulogne with visit of Chocolate factory, visit of old town and meal in French restaurant

French corner with magazines, newspapers and books available in French

French club to play board games in French on Monday lunch time in French corner



Extra lessons throughout the year for y11 (twice a week at lunch time every Tuesday and Thursday/Friday)


Revision class held before exam


Four-day trip to Paris with visit to Euro Disney, tour of Paris including Montmartre, Eiffel Tower, cruise on river Seine, visit of catacombs and tour of city by night, and visit of medieval town Provins


Y10 Conference on how to get grade A*- A at GCSE


Subscription to French magazine (Bonjour)

French corner with magazines, newspapers and books available in French



Near-peer mentoring (with language university student)


Useful Websites

Revision of vocab:

(need to register but it is free)

(simple vocab, foundation paper only)



Listening and reading activities:



Reading and listening texts:

(no need to register, just watch free videos)



Learn about French culture:


Why learn languages?












Terling Road,

Wood Lane,





Tel: 0208 270 4242

Fax: 0208 595 4024




School hours


Monday to Friday

8.40am - 3.15pm