Our Spanish PPA Cover Programme is thought for Children From Early Years to Key Stage 2. All our teachers are Qualified MFL Teachers or Native Speaking Instructors. We believe strongly in making language classes fun, therefore, we involve a mix of music, songs, games, stories, videos and role-play. In addition, we have combined the most popular topics with environmental education. This will reinforce the importance of environment preservation, as well as developing our young children‘s Green Skills while learning another language.
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Spanish PPA Cover Early Years
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|Unit 1||Greetings & Numbers||Pupils learn basic greetings, say how they are and gain an understanding of the Spanish speaking countries. They begin to respond to and ask questions about name and age. Children also learn some Spanish songs and take part in role-playing activities and a number of games such as Contra el Ratón.|
|Unit 2||Family members||Pupils continue to practise greetings and learn family member vocabulary, and how to describe family relationships. Children work with colourful flashcards of Disney characters, and creative activities such as family trees and portraits. Children will be introduced to nouns gender as well as some Spanish phonics in particular the silent h and the J (jota) sound, and will be inspired to live sustainable lives with their families and communities (reduce, reuse and recycle, save energy and water).|
|Unit 3||Colours||Pupils continue to practise prior learning as starter activities and begin to learn the names of the colours. They will be working with many creative activities and will be playing many games. They also learn a song to help memorize key vocabulary and reinforce their pronunciation of Spanish phonics such as J – R – LL. In this unit pupils learn also days of the week, months of the year, and numbers up to 31 to say their birthday in Spanish.|
|Unit 4||Animals||Pupils learn the names of some animals in Spanish, and also the verb I have (tengo) to say if they have pets. They will play games such as Guees the Animal, Beat the Teacher and Hangman to practise these words and reinforce their learning. Children will use colours and animals vocab together to describe their pets, and will listen and respond to a story called Los Cuatro Amigos (The Four Friends). Pupils will be also introduced to some Endangered species, animals’ habitats, and will learn the importance of protecting and preserving them.|
|Unit 5||Food||Pupils learn vocabulary about food and how to make some Spanish dishes. They play games such as Word Bingo and Word Tennis to get familiar with their learning and help memory. The Children will also learn some opinions verbs Me gusta (I like); No me gusta (I do not like); Me encanta (I love) to express preferences. Pupils will also learn about eating sustainably and shopping wisely by watching videos and learning some vocabulary in the target language.|
|Unit 6||My body||Pupils learn the names of some parts of the body. They sing ‘head, shoulders, knees and toes’ in Spanish, and play games such as Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Word Bingo and Beat the Teacher to practise the new vocabulary while having fun. Pupils will also combine the use of body parts with colours to answer the question what’s colour is your hair/eyes? And reinforce their pronunciation of some Spanish phonics such as J (ojos-eyes) LL (rodillas-knees) and the 5 vowels (A-E-I-O-U).|
KS1 & KS2 – Level 1
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|Unit 7||All About me||In this unit, pupils learn new ways to greet others, say how they feel and introduce themselves. They begin to respond to and ask questions in Spanish about name and age and will develop speaking skills. They reinforce their understanding of the countries where Spanish is spoken as well as other countries across the world and nationalities. This unit encourages children to work with the map of Spain and learn about Spanish cities and the capital city Madrid enhancing children’s Geography knowledge.|
|Unit 8||Spanish Phonics||In this unit Spanish Phonics, pupils will be encouraged to listen attentively to new sounds and start learning Spanish alphabet and phonics. They will learn how to pronounce the 5 vowels (A-E-I-O-U) and special consonants such as: LL – Ñ – Que – Che – Chi and the silent H. They will also learn about cognates, false friends and reinforce the masculine/feminine nouns in Spanish by working in pairs or in small groups, playing games and enjoying their learning.|
|Unit 9||Clothes & Colours||In this unit, pupils learn how to name different items of clothing, and how to describe those using colours. The young people will be able to say the clothes that they wear on different occasions and give their opinion about them. Children work with creative activities and have to create their own outfits for an event, and will use clothes and numbers together to learn about money. They will also listen and respond to two stories and develop language and vocabulary from them. There are opportunities to join in with mimes and the telling of the story and the unit ends with a performance.|
|Unit 10||Daily routines||In this unit, pupils will learn how to tell the time: o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to. They will recap numbers up to 30 and will answer the question ¿Qué ora es? (What time is it?) in the target language. Children will also be able to say what they do daily at a certain time me levanto (I get up); me ducho (I have a shower), desayuno cereals/ zumo de naranja (For breakfats I have cereals/ orage juice) and so on. The unit offers the opportunity to reinforce pronunciation by practicing Spanish phonics such as Y – LL – J – RR.|
|Unit 11||Likes & Dislikes||In this unit, pupils will recap some opinion verbs (Me gusta, No me gusta, Me encanta) and will learn new ones (Me chifla, odio, detesto) to express likes and dislikes about music, television, toys and food. They will also extend their writing by using a range of connectives (Y-and; pero-but; sin embargo-however) to create short statements. They will be able to express opinions as well as their reasons in the target language. Pupils will also discuss they would like to do to help the planet (recycling, waste prevention, resource efficiency etc.) and create a better, greener world for future.|
|Unit 12||My School||This My School unit will teach students key vocabulary and phrases around the theme of school. Children will learn vocabulary for school places and classroom objects; they will work with full sentences to describe their school using the words Hay (there is/are) and No hay (there is no/ are no). They will combine learning to express preferences about subjects and reinforce their knowledge of Spanish phonics such as the silent H (historia) CI (ciencia) J (dibujo) and so on. Children also revise everything that they have learnt so far this year. Children also revise everything that they have learnt so far this year.|
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KS1 & KS2 – Level 2
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|Unit 13||Family & Environment||In this unit pupils recap vocabulary about family members and learn how to describe them in terms of appearance and personality. Children learn a range of adjectives and connectives and begin to extend their writing in the target language. The unit will inspire students to live sustainable lives with their families and communities, they will learn what they can do at home to respect our planet (reduce, reuse, recycle, save energy and water) and reduce their carbon footprint. In this unit children also listen and respond to a well-known Spanish song, Tengo, tengo, tengo (‘I have, I have, I have’) and play games to help them remember new language and reinforce vocabulary.|
|Unit 14||Body & self-description||In this unit pupils recap parts of the body, and colours to describe their own and others’ appearance (such as family members). Children learn the verb soy (I am); es (he/she is) and the verb tiene (he/she has) to describe appearance and make short physical descriptions. They play a number of games such as Guess Who Is, Bingo, Who Wants to be a Millionaire and One Pen One Dice. Pupils also sing Juanito Baila, Baila, Baila in Spanish to reinforce knowledge of key vocabulary and support long-term memory.|
|Unit 15||Animals & Biodiversity||In this unit, pupils recap colours and animals in the target language. They will get the chance to combine the use of animals, colours and numbers, with particular emphasis on the adjectival agreement as well as masculine/feminine nouns. They play games to help them remember new language and sing different songs to reinforce vocabulary. Children will be also learning in more details about Biodiversity, animals habitats, and about the importance of protecting and preserving them.|
|Unit 16||Food & Sustainability||In this unit, pupils recap some prior vocabulary about food and learn the new vocabulary for a range of food and drinks. They start expressing likes and dislikes as well as reasons by using a number of adjectives. Children understand how to use the plural form and modify adjectives when describing Spanish dishes. They are encouraged to express themselves clearly and convey ideas confidently. This unit reinforces opportunities to talk about eating sustainably and shopping wisely, how the decisions we make affect the environment and what we can do to help.|
|Unit 17||Global Issues & How We Can Help||In this unit, children learn vocabulary in the target language about global issues (climate change and pollution), and discuss how they can contribute to the nature recovery. Children play some games such as: Wordwall and Bingo, and do some creative activities such as: drawing the effects of the plastic pollution in the oceans, and label their work in the target language. This Unit reinforces opportunities for children to work in pairs or small groups in order to create an eco-poster in the Target Language.|
|Unit 18||Celebrations & Revision||In this unit, pupils will learn about Spanish culture, Spanish delicacies, celebrations, and life in Spain. They continue to practise food, opinion verbs and prior learning, whilst learning additional vocabulary and Spanish expressions. This unit reinforces cultural awareness and promotes tolerance and respect for all people. Children also revise everything that they have learnt so far this year to assess progress and support long-term memory.|
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Spanish PPA Cover
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