Languages

Languages

The Modern Foreign Languages Department

All pupils at Malbank learn French from Year 7 through to the end of Year 9 and will have up to six hours of MFL per fortnight. From September 2017, all pupils in Year 8 study a second language, and they can choose between French, German and Spanish for year 9. During the first term of year 9, they will start an early GCSE.

We offer French, German and Spanish at GCSE,AS and A2 level and we have a fantastic range of extra-curricular activities for learners at all levels.

MFL News...

GCSE French revision: See Mr Guichoux for more details.

GCSE Spanish revision: See Mrs Ziprin or Mr Sweetman for more details.

GCSE German revision: See Mrs Mellish or Mrs Struthers for details

Paris Trip May 2018

Once more, a group of 40 students, (year 8, 9, and 10) will go to Paris during half term. We will go round the usual sites, Notre Dame, le Louvre, Montmartre and enjoy a little cruise on the river Seine. After all these cultural visits, we will enjoy a bit of fun at Disneyland Paris.

   

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 Languages Day 2016



We had a wide range of different workshops for our International Day: Kabbadi, Korfball, Spanish cooking, French cooking, Bollywood dancing, New Year's celebrations from all around the world, Russian, Latin, and some external speakers from Bentley and Manchester University came to Malbank to tell our students about the importance of languages in the world of work.

 

Enrichment Day 2016

We had a wide range of different workshops for our International Day: Kabbadi, Korfball, Spanish cooking, French cooking, Bollywood dancing, New Year's celebrations from all around the world, Russian, Latin, and some external speakers from Bentley and Manchester University came to Malbank to tell us about the importance of languages in the world of work.

One of my favourites was Kabbadi because it made us work as a team. I also enjoyed Bollywood Dancing because it was interesting to learn about where it came from.

Becky Ward and Ellie Slaney