MFL


Context and background With the education agenda increasingly shining a spotlight on the use of technology to support learning and teaching, and following a successful bid for grant funding to innovate in this area, we sought bespoke training for members of the French Department to enhance their knowledge and teaching […]

Cardiff High School – Developing Practice Relating to New GCSE Requirements – Specifically Translation   Recently added!



Context and background Several policies highlight the use of technology in learning and teaching: Global Futures, the Digital Competence Framework (DCF) and Successful Futures to name a few. An increasing number of schools within Central South Consortium are developing the use of digital technologies in MFL. However, this was often […]

Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School – Digital Technologies in the MFL Classroom



Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School is an English-medium school for 11 to 18-year-old pupils in Vale of Glamorgan local authority. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is around 28.9%, which is well above the average of 17.4% for Wales. The school has 28.2% of pupils on the special […]

Estyn – Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School: Sequencing activities to enable pupils to build their skills in modern foreign languages incrementally   Recently added!



Bishop Hedley High School is an English-medium school for 11 to 16-year-old pupils in Merthyr local authority. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is around 22.5%, which is above the average of 17.4% for Wales. The school has 29.7% of pupils on the special education needs register, […]

Estyn – Bishop Hedley High School: Moving from Mimicry to Mastery of a Modern Foreign Language



St Cyres School is an English-medium school for 11 to 18-year-old pupils in Vale of Glamorgan local authority. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is around 17.3% which is in line with the average of 17.4% for Wales. The school has 29.9% of pupils on the special […]

Estyn – St Cyres School: Effective use of software to engage pupils and enhance their learning



Porth County Community School is an English-medium school for 11 to 18-year-old pupils in Rhondda Cynon Taf local authority. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is around 27%, which is well above the average of 17.4% for Wales. The school has 32.6% of pupils on the special […]

Estyn – Porth County Community School: Effective Use of Internet and Social Media to Promote Language Learning