To enable children to understand and communicate in another language.
To develop enthusiasm for language learning.
To develop language skills and language learning skills.
To give the children confidence in interacting with others.
To increase the children’s European awareness.
To awaken an interest in foreign cultures and life-styles.
To develop the children’s understanding of themselves and their culture.
To encourage tolerance and a willingness to work co-operatively.
To enable children, who have the opportunity, to travel abroad with enjoyment, confidence and interest.
To give a sound start for further development at Key Stage 3 and beyond.
To continually review and modify the curriculum in the light of current research.
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