Bienvenue to French at Albrighton Primary School!

At Albrighton Primary, French is taught to all pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 each week. It is always a fun and popular lesson, as we like to teach it through a variety of activities such as songs, rhymes, story telling, games and role play.  


Red Arrows pupils (after several attempts at speaking in unison) welcome you!

Suggested interactive sites where children can practise their French:


In year 3, pupils learn to understand, say and write vocabulary on the topics of:

  • Greetings
  • Alphabet
  • Numbers 1 - 10
  • Colours
  • Animals

Year 3

Years 4 and 5


Year 4  pupils learn how to build phrases in French and how to put them into sentences using correct punctuation.

Our topics of study are:

  • Numbers 11 - 20 and time
  • Food
  • Likes and dislikes
  • Hair and eyes
  • Transport and countries

Year 5 pupils will learn to join phrases using simple conjunctions.  We will learn how to write sentences in French using correct grammatical structures and punctuation.

Our topics of study are:

  • Numbers 20 - 60 (+ dates and birthdays)
  • Clothes
  • Body
  • In town
  • Weather

Year 6 pupils will learn to sequence longer phrases in French to form a short paragraph in order to describe things in more detail, using a range of grammatical structures and punctuation. We are learning to ask questions and give opinions, speaking with good pronunciation and intonation. Our topics are:

  • Who am I?
  • Where I live
  • Numbers 60 - 100
  • Likes / dislikes in leisure time
  • School

Year 6