Primary French Immersion Course
Start date: 23 Jul 2016,
End date: 22 Jul 2017
The school would like to improve the teaching and learning of French across the school. This will help the school meet the requirements of the National Curriculum. The school would also like to encourage respect for cultural diversity. This will help the school meet requirements in terms of pupil social, moral, cultural and spiritual development. These are both targets in the whole school improvement plan. There is also a separate French subject area action plan and an international activities action plan. Three staff members plan to attend a French immersion course for primary schools. This will increase staff confidence and ability in French and improve staff awareness of French culture. Staff will disseminate information to staff back in school.The impact will be monitored by the headteacher as part of the ongoing review cycle. The Headteacher will evaluate the impact on teaching and learning as part of the subject review cycle via lesson observations, work scrutiny, learning walks, pupil voice etc. (2016-2017 academic year) The Headteacher will report to governors the impact of the project on teaching and learning of French throughout the school. (2016-2017 academic year) The French subject area action plan will be reviewed and updated as appropriate. The school evaluation will be updated as appropriate. (2016-2017 academic year) Review will also be carried out by staff appraisal.
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