The purpose of the Modern Foreign Languages curriculum at The Howard School is:
- to enable our students to become more open to other cultures and significantly broaden their horizons. In a world that has a greater global significance it is our intention to portray, in every lesson, that the acquisition of a Modern Foreign Language will extend opportunities in the world of work and that the use of competent linguistic skills helps to establish greater international links and intercultural connections
- to ensure all students gain the opportunity to discover new cultures through consistently well taught lessons that engage, challenge and assesses our students.
- to enable our students to access a range of grammar, translation and vocabulary learning resources which will then enable learning to take place in the target language outside of the classroom environment.
|Mr Henry||Head of MFL|
|Mrs Johal||Teacher of MFL|
|Mr Fernandez||Teacher of MFL|