Music by Scott Holmes. Thank you to Mrs Brickley for the piano performance of "Felicitas Per Ardua". Thanks to all the parents who sent in photos. And a massive thank you to the Year 6 of 2020!
A clip from this year's military parade dedicated to France's health and care workers, attended by President Macron. No crowds at the Place de la Concorde to hear the French national anthem, La Marseillaise.
Singing and signing La Marseillaise, the French national anthem during the 14th July parade in Paris.
Draw the Eiffel Tower and add fireworks for le 14 juillet celebrations.
Anything can happen in the Tour!
Riders from all over the world compete in the Tour de France and languages are very important in this multi-national event.
As the riders cycle through France many people make road side designs to celebrate the Tour.
Find out about a class visit to a Brittany beach.
Go to 25 minutes 45 seconds
Watch this clip, there are a couple of songs and a trip to the beach. Listen out for the new words you are learning.
Can you spot the greetings you have learnt? Can you sing the Bonjour Song we sing in class? This clip is also good for finding out how someone is, age and where someone lives.
Ça va? How are you? You can work out to answer this question. Add some actions for gros-huge, vite-fast and haut-high.
Learn the numbers 1-9. This will help you say your age.
Ask and answer questions about your age.
You can see how some of the French months look like the English words. But look at the first letter of each month. Why is Miss Ferguson not happy?
Enjoy! How many greetings from our song can you spot? Can you spot the age question and answer?
A really catch rap to teach you how to ask and answer questions about your age. Notice it uses the verb avoir (to have). Quel age as tu? means What age do you have? The answer: J'ai 8 ans means I have 8 years. You must always include the word "ans"-years other wise you could be answering: I have 8, I have 8 what?
A great way to learn the numbers for your age. Also the teen numbers are super important as you will use them 3 times as you learn to count from 1 to 100.
This is a fantastic clip for learning: words for animals; questions: As-tu un animal? Do you have an animal; Tu aimes? Do you like?; Qu'est-ce que c'est? What is it?; verbs: avoir (to have), aimer ( to like), etre (to be); singular & plural; masculine & feminine; negatives; pronunciation.
This clip names members of a family in French. How many do you have in your family?
Practise sounding the alphabet in French. How many letters are the same as the English alphabet? Could you have a game of le pendu (hangman)?
Bonjour song: find out how someone is, age and where someone lives.
SONG_1 à 100: identify the composite numbers, eg dix-neuf.
RAP: AGE – Quel âge as-tu? Ask and answer questions about your age.
Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?
DAYS,NUMBERS & FOOD in the Hungry Caterpillar story in French.
About the homework for next year
Support video for solving some of the challenges in the angles in polygon lesson.
A review of how to tackle some of the more challenging questions from Thursday's maths lesson.
Some of the poetry sent in by Year 6!
A review of how to solve Lesson 2, Step 7 (Ratio and Proportion Problems). I haven't reviewed Step 2 because people seemed happy with that. If there's a particular question you want to review, skip to the times given below: Question 1: 1:27 Question 3: 3:37 Question 4: 9:00 Question 5: 10:37 Question 6: 13:57 Question 7: 17:20 Question 8: 19:48