Au nom de Mme Hilton, du personnel et des enfants, bienvenue à Redhill!
At Redhill School, we have chosen French as our MFL language study! Our curriculum focuses on speaking and listening with some reading and writing too. This includes studying the written form of the language and practising spoken language to improve pronunciation and fluency.
We include French songs and rhymes into our whole school weekly song practice and children enjoy taking part in activities during our themed days such as European Modern Languages Day and Bastille Day. Where possible, we link our French topics to the Creative Curriculum topics such as Living Things and their Habitats in Science. Please scroll down to the bottom of the page for our French policy for further information.
Below, you can watch a video of Miss Sullivan and Miss Fox leading our pupils in a French numbers song during assembly:
Bienvenue au Louvre!
Redhill is home to a very special exhibition . . To raise the profile of French, every class in school contributed to an art gallery based on the Louvre Museum in Paris. Each year group undertook a study of one particular artist such as Monet, Metzinger or Matisse and researched their history. They then observed and applied the same style in a piece of their own. Older pupils also translated captions in French to accompany their art.
Included in this art gallery is a replica of the Mona Lisa (a famous painting housed in the Louvre Museum). This has been created by one of our students and, I am sure you will agree, shows his exceptional talent! If you visit our school, please visit our art gallery and take a look at our work!
Click here to visit the official Louvre kids site for lots of activities!