Curricular - Languages Other than English

The study of a language is a compulsory part of the Years 7-8 curriculum.

French is taught at The Riverina Anglican College. It is compulsory in Years 7 and 8, and an elective choice in Years 9-12.

In Years 7 and 8 the emphasis is on spoken French, while also being introduced to French grammar.

In Years 9-12 students develop a deeper understanding of French grammar as well as continually developing their French vocabulary. The four areas covered are reading, writing, listening, and speaking. As well as these skills, students also develop an understanding of the culture behind the language, and its relationship to their native language.

Senior French students are encouraged to sit for their DELF Award.