At MTB Primary, we place great importance on a curriculum which develops the whole child, to achieve their potential and shine brightly in our own unique way. At MTB Primary we aim to ensure that all pupils develop their curiosity and deepen their understanding of the world through high-quality MFL education. Learning a language is a requirement as part of the National Curriculum and our chosen language is Japanese. The teaching of Japanese should enable pupils to foster an interest in learning another language, develop listening and speaking skills and gain enjoyment and a sense of achievement at being able to speak another language. Growing together, we learn and succeed.
Modern foreign languages at Mary Tavy and Brentor provides:
At Mary Tavy and Brentor Primary you will see celebration of all languages and cultures: on displays, maps of the world and books in different languages. We reach out to our local and wider community by asking parents to share their cultures and we have international links with Africa, Japan, Romania and Germany.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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