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To learn a language is to have one more window from which to look at the world. – Chinese Proverb


Learning a language is an important way to develop interest and enthusiasm for different cultures around the world. By learning a foreign language, pupils can develop their understanding about where the language is spoken across the world, how cultures can vary and how daily lives can differ. This will help our pupils become global citizens who have a deeper understanding of the world they live in.

Through learning a foreign language, pupils are able to gain further insight into how language is formed. By nurturing their curiosity, pupils are able to enjoy learning a foreign language through a range of sources such as songs, poems and stories. Learning a language can provide intellectual stimulation and increase fluency in communication and confidence with both spoken and written language.