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“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.” – Nelson Mandela

Learning a foreign language is a crucial part of being a member of a multi-cultural society and provides an opening to other cultures. A high-quality language education should open up the children’s curiosity and deepen their understanding of the world.


It is our intent that in the Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) curriculum here at Conifers Primary School  we are supporting and exposing the children and giving them opportunities to foster their curiosity and a deeper understanding of the world in general. We believe that learning to understand, speak, read and write in another language during Key Stage 2 will provide the basis for learning other languages, which will in turn provide important opportunities for future study and work in other countries. In our school, we teach French using the Primary languages Network Programme. - - - (read more)

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Games and Activities Area

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Here are some Memory Games and Wordsearces for you to try. Click on the links below.

How to Play the Memory Games

  • In the Memory Games you must click on two numbered tiles, one after the other, to match the word with the picture.

  • If the pair did not match they will turn back again.

  • If you click on the correct word and picture the tiles will stay turned around.

  • If they do not match then remember where the words and pictures were then try another pair.

  • Keep trying until you match all of the words to all of the pictures.


An exciting new app is now available to practise the amazing French Skills that you are learning in class. Use your login details you have been given to practise at home or even at school. Each week a new set of activities are uploaded for you to have a go at. They include listening, reading and writing skills. 

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Summer Term Language Detectives

We introduced Language Detective certificates to praise the children who have stood out in their engagement with learning French and enthusiasm in learning a new language. Here are the Summer Term Language Detectives:


Year 3

Joshua, Ivy, Sidney, Amelia, Dolcie, Imogen, Douglas, Joao, Arianna, Warren, Phoebe, Izzy-Bella, Ronnie ST and Savana


Year 4

Deliah, David, Rory,Skye, Jake, Joey, Maggie, Caleb, India, Kamsee, Jesse-Blu, Phoebe, Mia, Sophia, Selene, Casey, Seth, Daniel and Hallie


Year 5

Heromine, Liam, Billie, Alex, Chloe, Ebonie,Luke, Ellis, Esme and India


Year 6

Bailie, Myla, Anew, Callum, Noah, Eliza, Amelia, Jade, Tia, Chase, Isabelle, Keom, Finlay,Rosie, May

Amazing French Work

Use the arrows or click on the small pictures at the bottom to select a different image.

Click on the large picture to see it full size.

Spring Term 
Autumn Term

Children in Year 3 have been learning greetings practising their writing skills and they have been using these words in the classroom.


Year 4 have been learning new classroom commands and practically using them in the classroom and created posters to support them in other lessons.

The children in Year 5 have been learning numbers to 20 and have been incorporating it into their knowledge of times tables.

The children in Year 6  have been thinking about classroom commands and have come up with their own posters and actions for them.

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