Modern Foreign Languages

Learning a foreign language is a liberation and provides an opening to other cultures. Learning languages fosters students’ curiosity and deepen their understanding of the world. Students learn to express their ideas and thoughts in another language and to understand and respond to its speakers, both in speech and in writing. It should also provide opportunities for them to communicate for practical purposes, learn new ways of thinking and read great literature in the original language. Language learning provides the foundation for learning further languages, equipping students to study and work in other countries.
French, German and Spanish

Topics include:

  • Introductions
  • Personal information
  • School
  • Free time
  • Health and fitness
  • Food


  • Holiday
  • Local area
  • House and Home
  • Environment
  • Future aspirations
  • Clothes
  • Y9

    • Relationships with family and friends
    • Marriage and partnership
    • Social media
    • Mobile technology
    • Music, cinema and TV
    • Food and eating out
    • Sport
    • Customs
    • Festivals


    • Home
    • Where I live
    • Charity and voluntary work
    • Healthy and unhealthy
    • living

    • Environment
    • Poverty and homelessness


    • Holidays and travel
    • Regions
    • School and subjects
    • Life at school and college
    • University or work
    • Choice of career


    • Traditional and modern values
    • Cyberspace
    • Equality
    • The influence of idols
    • Regional identity in Spain/France/Germany
    • Cultural heritage


    • Immigration
    • Racism
    • Coexistence
    • Today’s youth, citizens of the future
    • Monarchies and dictatorship
    • Popular movements

    Exam Boards

    Key Stage Course Exam Board
    KS4 GCSE French AQA
    KS4 GCSE German AQA
    KS4 GCSE Spanish AQA
    KS5 A Level French AQA
    KS5 A Level German AQA
    KS5 A Level Spanish AQA