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At High View, Spanish is currently taught from Year 2 through to Year 6, and childern from Y1 upwards can attend an after school Spanish club.

Long Term Modern Foreign Languages Plan

Year Group Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term 
Year 2 Exchanging basic greetings  Simple classroom instructions  Spanish alphabet
Spanish is spoken in different countries Farm animals and colours Wild animals
Ask someone their name and say their own Numbers 21-31 Fruits and vegetables
The vowels and “H” sound Days of the week (Lunes, martes, miercoles, jueves, Viernes, sabado y domingo) Story(Handa’s surprise)
 Parts of the face Months ( Enero, febrero, marzo, abril, mayo, junio, julio, Agosto, septiembre, octubre, noviembre, diciembre) I like and I don`t like(with fruits and vegetables)
Numbers 1-20 Fruit My family members names and ages
Extended colours Easter in Spain  Summer in Spain
Ask someone their age and say their own age    
Christmas in Spain    
Year 3 Meetings and greetings Classroom commands Spanish alphabet
The Spanish speaking world Relate farm animals and colours Family members
Say what their name is ask  someone else Revisit numbers 1-31 Story (The four friends)
The vowels, “H” and “Ñ” sound Numbers 40,50,60,70, 80, 90,100 Giving a simple description(of an animal)
Say how they feel  Days of the week Fruits and vegetables
Count from 1-31 Months of the year Expressing likes and dislikes(about food)
Basic body parts Say when their birthday is and ask somebody else The verb “gustar” used in 3rd person singular/plural forms to express “like”
Extended colours Spelling in Spanish fruits and colours  Summer in Spain/the Spanish speaking world
Say their age and ask somebody else How Easter is celebrated in Spain/the Spanish speaking world   
How Christmas is celebrated in Spain    
Year 4 Understanding about linguistic diversity in their class and that Spanish is spoken in Spain and in other countries Revision of classroom commands Spanish alphabet
Compare how people meet and greet each other in Spain and UK Saying please and thank you Revision basic family vocabulary
Say what their name is ask someone else Extended animal farm vocabulary Brothers and sisters and names/ages
The vowels, “H”,”Ñ” and “J” sound Numbers 1 to 100 Story(The four friends)
Ask someone how they feel and reply Revision of days of the week and months of the year Making simple statements(about movement)
Count from 1 to 31 Say when their birthday is and ask somebody else Extended fruits and vegetable vocabulary
Numbers 40,50,60,70,80,90,100 Cardinal numbers used for the date of birthday Saying what you would like
Relate body parts and colours What time is it? Colours used as a nouns
Basic family vocabulary Spelling numbers, their names and colours Phonic focus:”ll” and “Z” sound
Say their age and ask somebody else How Easter is celebrated in Spain/the Spanish speaking world Summer in Spain/the Spanish speaking world
How Christmas is celebrated in Spain    
Year 5 Understand similarities and differences between their culture and language and the Spanish. Revision of classroom commands  Spanish alphabet
Extended meetings and greetings Basic classroom language  The Spanish market
Introduce themselves confidently saying their age, name and how they feel. The verb “poder” (asking permission)” ¿ (Yo) puedo?” The verb “querer”:(yo)quiero(I would like)
The vowels, “H”,”Ñ”, “J” and “LL” sounds Extended time related vocabulary “Gustar”(like):me/te gusta, me/te gustan. Negative “no me gusta/no me gusta”
Count 1-31 Say the date in Spanish and when their birthday is  Story(Jack and the Beanstalk), develop language and vocabulary from a simple story
Numbers 40,50,60,70,80,90,100 Cardinal numbers used for the date Use of 1st person singular pronoun “a mí” to show emphasis
Maths in Spanish Numbers 1-100 Questions: with ¿Qué?(What?)
Extended body parts Ordinal numbers  Nouns that end in “o” and “a”
Relate colours, body parts and numbers Numbers 200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900,1000 Phonic focus: the sound “g(e/i)”,revision of “J”,”ll”,”z” and “d”
Family vocabulary Consolidation of “J”, “Ll”,”Ñ” sounds Summer in Spain/the Spanish speaking world
How Christmas is celebrated in Spain Difference between the sounds “Z” and “D”  
  Spelling in Spanish the days of the week  
  How Easter is celebrated in Spain/The Spanish speaking world  
Year 6 Greet others with confidence and understand the differences in social conventions when people greet each other Extended classroom commands and classroom language Spanish alphabet
Geography, where Spanish is spoken and locate the countries on a world map How to work out masculine and feminine and singular and plural nouns The Spanish market
Introduce themselves, ask and reply to questions related to their name, age and feelings. Expressing preference (¿Qué prefieres…? ¿Prefieres…?) The verb “querer” polite form “(usted) quiere”
The vowels, “H”,”Ñ”,”J”,”LL” and “B” sounds Extended time related vocabulary How to buy fruits and vegetables
Revision of numbers 1-31 Asking permission. The verb “poder” “¿(Yo)puedo?” Infinitives of activity verbs
Revision 40,50,60,70,80,90,100 Expressing praise Likes/dislikes with nouns and infinitives
Numbers 1to 100 Phonic focus: “d” making the sound “th” as in “although”; consolidation of “j”,”ll” and “ñ” Story(Jack and the Beanstalk),develop language and vocabulary from a simple story
Maths in Spanish Numbers 200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900,1000 The life cycle of a plant in Spanish
Ordinal numbers-first, second and third Revision numbers 1-100 Reminder that nouns in Spanish are either masculine or feminine
Build short phrases relating body parts, colours and numbers Spelling their names, days and months by heart Reminder that adjectives in Spanish agree with the gender/number of the noun
The verb “Tener”, “Yo tengo…” How Easter is celebrated in Spain/The Spanish speaking world Summer in Spain/the Spanish speaking world
Present members of their family    
How Christmas is celebrated in Spain