Hi all, I'll be starting a Primary PGCE this September, and the university have asked us to state our preference for which language we want to do our MFL training in - French, German or Spanish. I believe we get the bronze certificate at the end of it. I'm probably getting too ahead of myself thinking about next year's job applications already, but do you as heads, or anyone who has recently been to interviews, have an opinion on which is preferable (if any) to get a job? I expect the pegagogy training on how to teach MFL will be the same across all 3 strands, so the skills are transferable, but I think French is more common to teach in primary schools, so would it be a disadvantage in shortlisting if I trained in German or Spanish? I should add that I am fluent in German, so this would be my easiest option during the heavy workload of the PGCE, but I do have (rusty!) A level French so could do either. It would be great to know if this is something you would look at/consider when shortlisting applicants. Thanks! PS - I'm aware the future of MFL in primary schools is unknown with the curriculum review, but for the purpose of my post let's assume it stays roughly as it is!