The Linguamarque programme provides our school with a structured approach to Primary Languages teaching. We currently hold the Linguamarque Bronze Award and are working towards our Silver Award this academic year.  Here you can find all the important information about how we teach languages at Pot Kiln.

MFL Policy 2018

European Day of Languages 2018
We had a great day exploring languages, here are some pictures of what we got up to.

Pascal the Punctuality Panther


Summer Half Term French Project

Over the Summer Half term holiday, the children and their families spent time on a creative family project about France. Each class was given a region to research in order to create a model or poster to represent something they found out about that region.
The results were truly amazing and we all enjoyed viewing the projects and the winning designs on Friday 8thJune. Have a look!


European languages Day  – September 2017

European languages day took place on 26th September 2017.
Here is the write up from our website.

If you visited our school today you would have noticed some changes around the place. We had colourful flags hanging in the corridors and hall, flags above classroom doors and the children were dressed in a variety of bright colours. Today has been ‘European Languages Day’. Classes have looked at a  variety of languages which are spoken in Europe and celebrated the diversity of our continent.

Beech class looked at France and made some wonderful French flags and statues of the Eiffel Tower. Holly class also learnt some French.
Hornbeam and Redwood class explored Spain and Mr Stevens shared some of his photos from his summer walking the Camino De Santiago.
Oak class explored a variety of French games and activities and Baobab even made some delicious looking Dutch food.
Willow class learnt some Hungarian and Aspen learnt some key German phrases.
It has been a wonderful day celebrating the diversity and richness of the languages spoken in Europe.
Thank you to Mrs Van Der Wolf for organising such an enriching day.

Here are some photos from Baobab class.