Really, really worried, folks - I have 33 pupils enrolled for A2 French this September. That is actually larger than this year's cohort of 29. This would imply that French is increasing in popularity. Worse than that, the vast majority of my pupils are then taking up university places to study French, often with Spanish, German, Italian or Russian. Clearly I am doing something wrong by not teaching them Chinese or Japanese, as Hikochan keeps suggesting, but I just can't help it - French is really popular in my school and the pupils WANT to study it to A Level and beyond. It beggars belief! What should I do?