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Kingswood Secondary Academy

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Curriculum End Points (Spanish)

Year 7; 

- Greet other people in Spanish 

- Ask and answer questions relating to their name, age, brothers and sisters and their pets 

- Say the colours in Spanish 

- Say the numbers 1-30 in Spanish 

- Say the alphabet in Spanish 

- Have an understanding of adjectival agreement in Spanish 

- Give and justify an opinion in Spanish 

- Explain what activities they like / don’t like to do in their free time in Spanish 

- Conjugate regular AR, ER and IR verbs into the present tense 

- Conjugate a small number of irregular verbs into the present tense 

- Say the days of the week and the months in Spanish 

- Say the weather and the seasons in Spanish 

- Describe what activities they do in different weather conditions in Spanish 

- Describe and justify their opinions on school subjects in Spanish 

- Describe their timetable in Spanish 

- Describe what facilities there are in their school in Spanish 

- Describe what they do at break time in Spanish 

- Describe their school uniform in Spanish, including colours 

- Use ‘me gustaría’ to describe what subjects they would like to study in the future 

- Write an accurate, short paragraph of Spanish from memory (~40 words) 

- Correctly understand short passages of written Spanish on familiar topics 

- Correctly understand short passages of spoken Spanish on familiar topics 

- Be able to say short answers to questions on familiar topics in Spanish 

Year 8; 

- Describe the name and age of our family members in Spanish 

- Give physical descriptions of friends and family members in Spanish 

- Describe the personality of friends and family members in Spanish 

- Say the numbers 1-100 in Spanish 

- Describe their house and home in Spanish 

- Describe what there is / isn’t in their town in Spanish 

- Use the present tense to describe what they normally do in their town in Spanish 

- Tell the time in Spanish 

- Conjugate the near future tense in Spanish 

- Use the near future tense to describe what they are going to do in their town next weekend in Spanish 

- Conjugate all regular AR, ER and IR verbs into the preterite tense in Spanish 

- Conjugate a small number of irregular verbs into the preterite tense in Spanish 

- Describe a past holiday in Spanish 

- Order food in a restaurant in Spanish 

- Use exclamations to give opinions in Spanish 

- Talk about Music in Spanish 

- Talk about Cinema in Spanish 

- Talk about New Technology in Spanish 

- Say the parts of the body in Spanish 

- Talk about whether or not they live a healthy lifestyle in Spanish 

- Use reflexive verbs in the present tense in Spanish 

- Talk about careers and future plans in Spanish 

- Write an accurate, short paragraph of Spanish from memory (between 40 and 90 words) 

- Correctly understand longer passages of written Spanish on familiar topics 

- Correctly understand short passages of spoken Spanish on familiar topics 

- Give developed answers to questions on familiar topics in spoken Spanish 

Year 9;

- Give detailed descriptions of themselves, their family members and their friends in Spanish.  

- Describe their relationship with family members / friends in Spanish.  

- Confidently use a range of reflexive verbs in their own written and spoken Spanish.  

- Describe their view on marriage in Spanish.  

- Describe their view on having children in Spanish.  

- Describe the advantages and disadvantages of new technology in Spanish.  

- Understand and be able to use a range of stem-changing verbs.  

- Know the difference between the present and present continuous tenses. Higher-level pupils will also be able to use the present-continuous tense themselves.  

- Give detailed descriptions of their free time activities in Spanish.  

- Talk about food in Spanish, including typical food and dishes from Hispanic countries.  

- Be able to confidently refer to past, present and future time frames in their written and spoken Spanish.  

- Understand what the perfect tense is, and how this differs from the preterite tense. Higher-level pupils will also be able to use the perfect tense in their own written and spoken Spanish.  

- Write accurate, extended Spanish from memory on familiar topics (at least 90 words).  

- Correctly understand long passages of written Spanish, containing both familiar and unfamiliar vocabulary. Pupils will use context to decipher the meaning of any unfamiliar vocabulary.  

- Correctly understand longer passages of spoken Spanish, spoken at normal speed 

- Give increasingly extended answers to questions on familiar topics in spoken Spanish 

- Describe a Photo in written and spoken Spanish 

- Participate in a role play, on a familiar topic, in spoken Spanish

Year 10;

- Describe the differences between family life in the UK and in Spain 

- Describe how they celebrate a number of customs and festivals, e.g. their birthday, Christmas, Easter etc.  

- Describe a range of Hispanic ‘fiestas’, e.g. ‘Día de Los Muertos’ and ‘La Tomatina’  

- Give extended descriptions on their town and region in Spanish 

- Use the comparative in their written and spoken Spanish. Higher-level pupils will also be able to use the subjunctive.  

- Recognise and understand the conditional tense. Higher-level pupils will also be able to use this tense in their own written and spoken Spanish 

- Talk about charity and volunteering in Spanish 

- Talk about poverty, homelessness and other social issues in Spanish 

- Talk about the environment, and other global issues in Spanish 

- Give extended descriptions of holidays in Spanish 

- Be familiar with a range of higher-level structures and vocabulary in Spanish, e.g. subjunctive and idiomatic expressions. Higher-level pupils will also be able to use these structures confidently in their own written and spoken Spanish.  

- Write accurate, extended and sophisticated Spanish from memory on a range of topics (between 90 and 150 words) 

- Correctly understand extended passages of written Spanish containing vocabulary from a wide range of topics 

- Correctly understand extended passages of spoken Spanish. Higher-level pupils will also be able to understand a range of dialects and accents from across the Spanish-speaking world.  

- Respond spontaneously to questions in spoken Spanish on a range of topics.   

Year 11;

- Give detailed descriptions of their opinions on school subjects in Spanish 

- Describe a typical school day in Spanish 

- Describe the differences between school life in the UK and Hispanic countries 

- Give an extended description of their school in Spanish 

- Describe what their post-16 plans are in Spanish 

- Describe the pros and cons of going to University 

- Talk about careers and future plans in Spanish 

- Understand the subjunctive in Spanish. Higher-level pupils will also be able to use the subjunctive in their own written and spoken Spanish.  

- Write accurate, extended and sophisticated Spanish from memory on a range of topics (150 words) 

- Correctly understand extended passages of written Spanish containing vocabulary from a wide range of topics, including topics that they may be less familiar with 

- Correctly understand extended passages of spoken Spanish. Higher-level pupils will also be able to understand a range of dialects and accents from across the Spanish-speaking world.  

- Respond spontaneously to questions in spoken Spanish on a range of familiar and less familiar topics.  

- Ask others questions in a range of familiar topics in Spanish.