Learning Targets

Welcome to the page where you can find out more about what your child will be learning this year. (Please note that these targets are an approximate guideline and are subject to change depending on various factors)

Year 2:

Here are some of the things I will learn to do this year. By the end of Year 2, I will be able to:

  • … tell you my name, say how old I am and where I live
  • … count to 30
  • … say the months and days of the week
  • … name the objects in my classroom
  • … name parts of my body
  • … sing lots of songs in French
  • … name my family members
  • … name the colours
  • … name some countries and tell you where I went on holiday
  • … ask for food in a restaurant
  • … buy fruits and vegetables at the market
  • … tell you the yummy things I like to eat
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said

Year 3:

Here are some of the things I will learn to do this year. By the end of Year 3, I will be able to:

  • … tell you my name, say how old I am and where I live
  • … understand simple classroom instructions
  • … count to 100
  • … use the calendar and say when my birthday is
  • … name colours and objects in my classroom
  • … name parts of my body
  • … sing lots of songs in French
  • … name my family members
  • … talk about sports and activities
  • … name some countries and tell you where I went on holiday
  • … ask for food in a restaurant
  • … talk about festivals and celebrations
  • … buy fruits and vegetables at the market
  • … tell you the yummy things I like to eat
  • … talk about school subjects
  • … tell the time
  • … give simple directions
  • … talk about places in a town
  • … tell you what I like to do on the weekend
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said

 

Year 4:

Here are some of the things I will learn to do this year. By the end of Year 4, I will be able to:

  • … tell you my name, say how old I am and where I live
  • … understand simple classroom instructions
  • … count to 100
  • … use the calendar and say when my birthday is
  • … name colours and objects in my classroom
  • … name parts of my body
  • … sing lots of songs in French
  • … name my family members
  • … talk about sports and activities
  • … name some countries and tell you where I went on holiday
  • … ask for food in a restaurant
  • … talk about festivals and celebrations
  • … buy fruits and vegetables at the market
  • … tell you the yummy things I like to eat
  • … talk about school subjects
  • … tell the time
  • … give simple directions
  • … talk about places in a town
  • … tell you what I like to do on the weekend
  • … identify items of clothing and describe them
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said

 

Year 5:

Here are some of the things I will learn to do this year. By the end of Year 5, I will be able to:

  • … tell you my name, say how old I am and where I live
  • … understand simple classroom instructions
  • … count to 100
  • … use the calendar and say when my birthday is
  • … name colours and objects in my classroom
  • … name parts of my body
  • … sing lots of songs in French
  • … name my family members
  • … talk about sports and activities
  • … name some countries and tell you where I went on holiday
  • … ask for food in a restaurant
  • … talk about festivals and celebrations
  • … buy fruits and vegetables at the market
  • … tell you the yummy things I like to eat
  • … talk about school subjects
  • … tell the time
  • … give simple directions
  • … talk about places in a town
  • … tell you what I like to do on the weekend
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said
  • … go to the doctor and say what’s hurting
  • … identify and describe the clothes I wear
  • … read simple French picture books
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said

Year 6:

Here are some of the things I will learn to do this year. By the end of Year 6, I will be able to:

  • … hold a conversation with a stranger and talk about myself
  • … talk about my family
  • … count to 100 (including skip-counting and counting backwards)
  • … describe people using various adjectives
  • … listen to French conversations and pick out the information I need
  • … talk about my house using basic prepositions
  • … talk about modes of transport and give directions
  • … tell you about what I like to eat
  • … know what a typical French meal is like
  • … understand and give instructions
  • … play the roles of waiter/waitress and client in a restaurant
  • … talk about school subjects
  • … tell the time
  • … talk about places in a town
  • … tell you what I like to do on the weekend
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said
  • … go to the doctor and say what’s hurting
  • … identify and describe the clothes I wear
  • … read a simple story and make some guesses for the word I don’t know
  • … watch a simple French video and understand what is being said

 

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