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Spanish is taught to children in Key Stage 2 on a weekly basis. We have introduced Language Angels as a basis for our planning in which we focus on the four areas of language learning which are reading, speaking, listening and writing. This helps to create a full and enriched curriculum for our children and ensures that we cover the main objectives across the key stage.



We want all children at Sacred Heart Primary to be able to deepen their understanding of other cultures and have curiosity about the world. We aim to provide children with the opportunity to express their ideas and thoughts in Spanish with growing confidence and to understand and respond, both in speech and in writing.

We hope for children to have the confidence and opportunity to participate in speaking activities and develop their communication skills. Additionally, we aim for children to be able to speak with increasing confidence, fluency and spontaneity and finding ways of communicating what they want to say. This could be in the form of a discussion and asking questions. Children should be able to continually improve the accuracy of their pronunciation and intonation.



Language Angels at Home 


As part of the Language Angels website, it allows pupils to practice their Spanish skills at home, accessing the same games as those available in school. We would encourage all pupils to spend at least 10 minutes a week practising their Spanish, although the more often they use it the better their language skills will become - 10 minutes a day and they could be fluent Spanish speakers by the end of year 6. 


The games are easy to use and can be played independently or enjoyed as a whole family! They can be accessed via a PC or tablet app. 


Below are instructions on how to log on. 

  1. Visit or download the language angels app on a tablet
  2. Click on the pupil games area 
  3. Pupils have their own logins to login to the area (please ask the class teacher if you are unsure what this is)
  4. Follow the onscreen instructions - pupils will start working on the less challenging area of the curriculum 


Enjoy learning at home! 

National Curriculum for Languages

Here's a look at what we've been doing!