B Cador: July 2016
Ooh, la, la! What fabulous French speakers we have!
On Friday, we welcomed lots of our parents and grandparents to our French Celebration Assembly. Each class from Reception to Year 4 took turns to 'show off' their learning of a few chosen rhymes, sketches, songs.
We were all impressed to hear children talking about families, the weather, shopping, the classroom as well as sharing tradition French finger rhymes and Laylee leading the Y3's in an army style rendition of the French alphabet. We laughed when the water spray was used to replicate the rain and one or two children got a sprinkling!
We smiled and clapped at their achievements but, most of all, we felt very proud of all the children. A very big thank you to Madame Sharpe for a year of wonderful teaching and learning of French across the whole school, ably supported with the music, for the assembly, by Mrs Pascall.
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