We believe bilingual stories are a powerful tool to learn a language. This is why we have worked on writing bilingual stories. But not just any kind of stories. Our stories have been specifically designed keeping in mind the basic objectives set in the CECR (Common European Framework for languages) at level A1. We have also looked at examples of schemes of work from all European countries. We are proud to say that our stories match the objectives set in the U.K. National Curriculum and the QCA Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) Scheme of Work to teach pupils in primary school, starting from Key Stage 2, Year 3.

Our stories come with plenty of well-designed teaching resources that will enhance pupils learning.

Teachers who are not native speakers will be happy to know that all our resources are written in French and English. They offer plenty of differentiation and extension activities. They also integrate cross-curricular topics, such as geography, science, maths etc…

We also offer AFTER-SCHOOL Bilingual CLUBS that can be arranged on demand.

Please contact us to find out more.

What will pupils learn?

Step 1

They will listen and read in one target language. The idea is for them to learn as much as possible at this step.

Key vocabulary: Numbers 0-12

Ordinary conversation: Playing cards with numbers

Cultural knowledge: The Eiffel Tower in Paris and Big Bn in London

Activities

Step1: Card Game

Step2: Role-Play

Step3: Building a paper Eiffel Tower and Big Ben Clock

Step 2

They will listen and read in one target language. The idea is for them to learn as much as possible at this step.

Key vocabulary: Numbers 0-12

Ordinary conversation: Playing cards with numbers

Cultural knowledge: The Eiffel Tower in Paris and Big Bn in London

Activities

Step1: Card Game

Step2: Role-Play

Step3: Building a paper Eiffel Tower and Big Ben Clock

Step 3

They will listen and read in one target language. The idea is for them to learn as much as possible at this step.

Key vocabulary: Numbers 0-12

Ordinary conversation: Playing cards with numbers

Cultural knowledge: The Eiffel Tower in Paris and Big Bn in London

Activities

Step1: Card Game

Step2: Role-Play

Step3: Building a paper Eiffel Tower and Big Ben Clock