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French at Our Lady's

Take a look below to see what we have been doing in French or click on the links below to find out about:

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26th September European Languages Day      


14th July French National Day, often known as Bastille Day

As a school, in Bubbles and through Home Learning, we had a great time celebrating the 14th July, as well as learning about French culture and practising our French speaking and listening skills. 

The Reception Bubble enjoyed a delicious French breakfast and imagined they were sat in a cafe in Paris, listening to French accordian cafe music and watching photos of Paris scrolling by on the screen. They also learnt some French greetings, food words and numbers before moving on to locating France of the globe and discussing places they could visit in Paris, such as Notre Dame and how it means Our Lady in English just like our school!

The Year 1 Bubble had a great time building their own Eiffel Towers out of spaghetti and marshmallows as well as used straws to make fireworks behind the Arc De Triomphe! They also enjoyed listening French music, creating French flags and learning to count to10 in French.

Our Key Worker Bubble, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 enjoyed taking part in a range of Home Learning French activities including listening to stories in French, researching French culture and famous French people, creating art in the style of French impressionist artists, playing traditional French games and practising their French speaking and listen!

What have we been learning?


Year 3 have been learning how to greet others. Bonjour! Comment ca va?  

School Subjects and Opinions ‚Äč

Year 5 are learning how to express their opinion about school subject. 

Daily Routines


Year 6 are learning how to talk about their daily routines.


Exploring Different Languages

Year 1 have been using different languages to answer the register. 

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