MFL (Modern Foreign Languages)

Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) refers to the study and teaching of languages that are currently spoken around the world, excluding classical languages like Latin and Ancient Greek. MFL programs focus on developing proficiency in contemporary languages such as French, Spanish, German, and Mandarin. The goal is to equip learners with the skills needed for effective communication and cultural understanding. MFL education promotes global awareness, enhances cognitive skills, and opens up personal and professional opportunities.