The Spanish National Curriculum is divided into three components–
speaking and listening, reading, and writing. Much of the work takes place during Spanish lessons. In year 5 and 6, Spanish lessons are fun. During their time at WMMS, we ensure pupils develop a passion for the language. We believe in offering a cultural experience to all pupils and so base topics around this. The topics are chosen specifically to link with the national curriculum to ensure their learning is beneficial and current. In KS2, a lot of the learning is based on literary texts to ensure pupils can read, write and ask and answer questions about these stories.
In KS3, there is a particular focus on translation when reading and writing; which is extremely prominent in the new GCSE. Pupils learn this skill through a range of topics linked to cross-curricular subjects!
In year 7 and 8, there is also an emphasis on acquiring language to develop independence and confidence. Pupils learn to manipulate the language and use it in a fun way. They study Spanish film clips and write a film review to practise their writing skills, become tourists in the classroom and travel virtually around Spain where they have to do a lot of speaking and listening in order to get around!
Click here for the Curriculum Map
KS2 Bitesize Spanish games- click here
KS3 Bitesize Spanish games- click here
Online children’s Spanish games- click here
KS3 Spanish activities- click here