Hi, Responding to a request from a local headteacher of a primary school about supporting the school in delivering Spanish lessons to a class.... the school does nothing in terms of MFL as the staff have no confidence in speaking Spanish. I am therefore teaching a Year 5 class Spanish.... colours, numbers, pencil case items.... and have delivered (and enjoyed surprisingly) 4 lessons of 40 minutes. The classroom teacher is staying in and hopefully will team teach with her in the near future when she sees that she can "do" Spanish. HOWEVER I met the MFL coordinator for the school yesterday and have been pointed in the direction of KS2 schemes of work. Oh my..... Songs/ stories (read one about Jack and the Beanstalk and this seems VERY challenging for Year 3 as it was aimed for....). What is the best way to get MFL going in a primary school? Want to support and make a difference but have ZERO experience. The chidlren are great and really enthused. Thanks And what about a S of W??? Stick to QCA?