Network for Languages
Network for Languages East Midlands offers professional development, support, training and networking opportunities for language teachers in primary and secondary schools, colleges and other organisations across the region. Our programme of activity for 2014/15 will include workshops and conferences, networking events, language up-skilling as well as tailored events for individual schools and networks of schools working together.
Supported by Nottingham Trent University, we are part of Network for Languages, a national alliance of universities committed to excellence in language learning and teaching, and to supporting language teachers and professionals across all sectors.
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Please see the events page for our 2014/2015 programme of events.
ALL Connect: Funded teacher-led CPD for Teachers of Languages (at KS2 and KS3)
Network for Languages East Midlands is part of new DFE-funded project called ALL Connect. Led by the Association for Language Learning, ALL Connect will provide CPD on the new curriculum for teachers in KS2 and KS3. For further information, please contact the ALL Connect North Midlands Regional Coordinator Clodagh Cooney.
Please also see ALL's events page for ALL Connect KS2 and KS3 events running in 2015.
Local Primary Languages Network
For further information on our next meeting please email or call +44 (0)115 848 4127.
The Primary French Project
This is a partnership project between the Institut Français du Royaume Uni (IFRU), the Association for Language Learning (ALL) and Network for Languages which could help you to get started on teaching a language throughout Key Stage 2. Free teaching materials, designed for non-specialists, have been developed as part of the project and are available on the Culturetheque website.
For further details on an exciting Nottingham City Latin Project, please email or call +44 (0)115 848 4127.
Please also see our events page for a FREE CPD event: Teaching Latin in the Primary School
This event will focus on offering practical steps leading to increased availability of Latin provision. It will be a mixture of linguistic up-skilling, information giving and the sharing of best practice. A key feature will be making explicit the cross-curricular possibilities between Latin and other areas of the curriculum.