Spring Term 2018 French for Panther Dolphin and Panda classes.
This term the children will be learning how to use the future tense to talk about what they are going to do. They will learn how the future tense is formed and how to use it in both speaking and writing sentences.
The unit will link with the Band topic on St Lucia where the children will be describing the island using French vocabulary and saying what they would be doing on the island as a French tourist!
There will be plenty of opportunities to practice their speaking and listening skills using interactive games, stories and songs.
Otter and Koala French Spring Term 2018
This term our French topic is The Body. The children will be learning new vocabulary for parts of the body and how to say that something hurts. They will learn a song linked to body vocabulary and some new verbs as well. They will continue to develop key skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing and will end the unit with a traditional fairy tale which includes the key words and phrases they have learnt during the term.
Otter and Koala Class Spring term French Vocabulary
Here are the lyrics for our song this term!
How many of these words do you know?
Can you write them from memory?
Can you read them out loud?
Otters/ Koalas French Autumn Term 2017
This term we will be consolidating our knowledge of some basic French words and phrases such as numbers to 31, days of the week, dates, greeting words, classroom instructions and family.
New topics covered this term will be ‘Myself and My family’, and ‘Things I like to do’.
The children will be practising how to introduce themselves using simple French and talk about their family. They will also learn words and phrases to describe things they enjoy doing and will learn some simple French verbs.
The lessons will include lots of opportunities to speak French and to listen and join in with some stories and fun songs.
Dolphins Panthers Pandas French Autumn Term 2017
The children will start the term by consolidating some basic French skills and then will move onto our new topics which are Myself and My family’ and ‘Holidays’. They will have lots of opportunities to speak, listen, read and write French as well as practising vocabulary from previous sessions.
They will listen and join in with some stories and songs as well as playing games to reinforce vocabulary.
Harestock European Languages Day
On Tuesday 26th September we celebrated European Languages Day in school.
The day began with a French breakfast where Mrs Sankey and Mrs Hull offered a selection of French pastries and ‘Jus de Pomme ‘ or ‘Jus d’Orange’ to children and their parents. A big ‘Thank You’ to all those children and parents who supported this event!
Throughout the morning children from Year 1 through to Year 6 experienced French, German, Italian and Spanish with language students from Peter Symonds College. The students prepared a variety of activities for the children where they taught songs, days of the week, greetings, colours and animal vocabulary.
It was a very busy morning and a wonderful opportunity for the children (and the teachers!) to experience different European languages.
Year 3 /4 French Spring Term 2017
This term’s French unit is all about food — both eating it and preparing it. The children have learnt the names of some foods, including fruit and veg, cutlery and cooking ingredients. They have learnt how to say which foods they like and dislike, and to say what they are eating. The children also enjoyed singing a very silly ‘food rap’ in French!
The unit ends with children writing and performing their own mini role plays in a shop where they are buying ingredients for ‘le pain perdu’( French toast). This is a traditional French recipe which they might like to try this at home in the Easter Holidays!
Le Pain Perdu
On a besoin de:
- deux oeufs
- deux cuillères à soupe de lait,
- une cuillère à soupe de sucre,
- quatre tranches de pain,
- une cuillère à soupe de beurre,
- deux cuillères à café de cannelle en poudre.
- Mélanger les oeufs, le lait et le sucre dans un bol.
- Tremper les tranches de pain dans le mélange.
- Mettre le beurre dans une poêle chaude.
- Faire cuire les tranches de pain dans la poêle.
- Saupoudrer le pain perdu de cannelle en poudre.
Words lists from the unit:-
Languages Day 2016
The day started with a French breakfast in the hall! On offer was croissant, pain au raisin, pain au chocolat and jus d’orange or jus de pomme. The children enjoyed showing off their French!
During the morning, the children had an opportunity to learn some different languages. They had German, French, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin and Greek sessions with the help of some parent volunteers and language students from Peter Symonds College.
In the afternoon they watched a performance of The Hungry Caterpillar in French by students from Winchester University.
Year 5/6 French Homework project
By Half term…..
Find out about a French town.
Present your information on an A4 sheet.
Please do not just print off information from the Internet!
It must be your own work.
It could include a map, interesting places in the town, the history of the town, anything the town is famous for, the facilities in the town-(parks, museums, hospitals, shopping etc), geography (river, roads, rail, hills, mountains, forest etc).
Or anything else you want to tell me about!
You can write it in English but maybe use some French words as well! (e.g for labels or lists).
French Year 3/4 Autumn Term 2016
This term in French the children will be continuing to develop their language skills by having simple conversations, learning a song and reading a simple story. They will be practising their counting and learning how to say the date as well as saying their own birthday date.
They will expanding their vocabulary, learning words and phrases for classroom items and adjectives to describe them. They will learn how to express likes and dislikes and will also learn the French alphabet!
French Years 5/6 Autumn 2016
This term, the children in years 5/6 will be continuing to develop their language skills through the theme of towns. This will include places in towns, describing where they live and writing a simple travel guide on Winchester. They will be learning about Paris and also learning a traditional French song based on a town. In the second half of the term the children will be finding out about traditional French cuisine and reading some French recipes. They will learn how to express opinions and will continue to build on their knowledge of French verbs and adjectives.
Owl Class French
In honour of Euro 2016 being held in France, we’ve been learning some words and phrases associated with football…
le football/ le foot (football)
le match (match)
la mi-temps (half-time)
les arrêts de jeu (stoppage time)
une équipe (a team)
un footballeur /un joueur player
un gardien de but (goalie)
un défenseur (defender)
un libero (sweeper)
un ailier (winger)
un avant attaquant (forward)
un buteur (striker)
un remplaçant (substitute)
un entraineur (coach)
un arbitre (referee)
un but (a goal)
un but contre son camp (own goal)
le carton jaune (yellow card)
le carton rouge (red card)
un corner corner kick
une faute (foul)
une faute de main (hand ball)
un pénalty (penalty kick)