Mrs Cador: July 2015
On Friday Y6 spent an enjoyable morning at Brine Leas High School with three other primary schools as part of the Inter-house Language Competition. They were invited to present a short piece to show case primary language learning.
With the fantastic support of Madame Sharpe, the children learned a French song about a wolf and then created their own story/improvised drama showcasing the French language skills they have learned. Y6 were great!
After the primary school performances, Y6 stayed to watch pupils from the three houses (Lovell, Warwick and Audley) at BLHS perform Snow White, The Little Mermaid and Rapunzel in French, Spanish and German. It gave the children a super taster of language learning at a high school!
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