Modern Foreign Languages

Bienvenue! Willkommen! ¡Bienvenidos!

The MFL Team:

Head of Area/Spanish & French teacher: Mrs A Oviedo

Assistant Head of Area/German & French teacher: Mrs K Volkenandt

Head of French: Mr A Roy

French & Spanish teacher: Mrs M Bolton

French teacher: Mrs S Hammoudi-Thomas

Support: Mrs J Lynch

In the Modern Foreign Languages Department three languages are taught; French, German and Spanish. French and German are taught to GCSE and A Level, whilst Spanish is currently taught to GCSE level only.

  • The department benefits from a blend of experienced and young teachers who aim to bring a knowledge of these target languages, the countries where they are spoken and the culture of those who speak them to our students.
  • A wide range of teaching techniques are used.
  • Lessons take place mainly in the target language which students are encouraged to use independently.
  • Students can be involved in carrying out surveys, accessing the internet, developing role-plays, playing games, singing songs and further activities designed to practise the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.
  • Lessons are often very active and a high level of participation from students is required.

The department is housed in a suite of air-conditioned rooms which are equipped with electronic whiteboards and a broad range of audio visual equipment. The department is well resourced with course books and on-line materials for use in class and at home.

The department runs a number of trips and out of school learning opportunities which are described in the ‘Extended Learning’ section.

    The Academy Trust is a charitable company incorporated in England and Wales, limited by guarantee with registered company number 7696117.
    This means we are an exempt charity not registered with the Charities Commission. We are regulated by the DfE and registered with Companies House.

    High Visibility Version | Sitemap | Copyright © 2017 Chelmer Valley High School | School Website Design by e4education