Hello all, I work at a language college where we have 4 languages on offer. French/Spanish/German/Japanese. With the Ebacc, increasing prior language knowledge of year 7s as well as a general re-working of our curriculum, we are looking at the way we offer languages to our year 7s. A high percentage of our students are coming in to year 7 having previously studied a language at KS2 but as we have an enormous number of "feeder schools" (30+ last year) - there is little uniformity in how much they have learned. A preliminary investigation has shown that a significant majority studied French. Currently all students learn French throughout year 7 - starting from scratch and then in year 8 they opt for a 2nd language (having had a 30 min taster of the remaining 3 on offer). In year 9 they opt to take 1 or 2 languages at KS4. We are looking at alternative ways to arrange the MFL curriculum - eg, a carousel system for languages in year 7 etc. I wonder if TES colleagues would be kind enough to share their experiences of different systems - particularly ways in which they have dealt with the ever-increasing prior knowledge of students coming up from KS2. I'd like to get an overview of possibilities and their positive/negative points. Many thanks in advance for any advice.