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The project aimed to facilitate successful transition and progression for students studying a language at KS4 in a school environment to KS5 at a sixth form college and provide opportunities for teaching staff to better understand the requirements of GCSE, AS and A2, where applicable.
The project aims to improve pupils’ chances of achieving A/A* grades in French / German and to promote uptake at key stage 5. Pupils create a voiceover during a special event led by Sixth Form teachers. Throughout key stage 4 pupils have opportunities to access A level texts and activities.
Stand-alone teaching and learning activities and resources to develop pupils’ transferable Language Learning Skills and Knowledge About Language. The learning activities are matched to learning objectives in the Key Stage 2 and 3 Frameworks and can be used with any scheme for learning.
A board game for 2 players. Students take on the role of a British undercover agent and must work their way through France, Germany, Spain and Italy and back to Britain. They must pass on coded messages in the appropriate language in various situations, accumulating money as they go.
The project has produced a creative transition in film framework that has mapped out and provided resources and lesson plans for where film can be used as a stimulus for learning and film making as an outcome to stimulate learning across GCSE and AS level in German, French and Spanish.
The project has focussed on liaison between our four schools and the development from that of a coherent picture that allows students a seamless transition. This involves both the look of the department as well as the development of an 11-16 scheme of work. The aim from this was to improve uptake at Key Stage 4 and also to improve the use of target language amongst teachers and students.