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PRIMARY AND SECONDARY COURSES

Network for Languages London offers a range of high-quality courses, which can be tailored to meet the needs of each individual school. To find out more contact the Network team.

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Network for Languages London provides professional development opportunities, support, advice and networking opportunities for teachers in primary, secondary and further education

Network for Languages London provides professional development opportunities, support, advice and networking opportunities for teachers in primary, secondary and further education.

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Professional Language Networks Hub Project, University of Westminster

The Professional Language Networks Hub Legacy Project built on the work accomplished by the University of Westminster’s LSEF project, ‘Professional Language Networks’, aiming to enhance language teachers’ subject knowledge and leadership skills, by using evidence-based approaches to develop their practice further.

The University of Westminster’s team of mentors have overseen the development of 7 local hubs in London, ensuring that lead practitioners received the necessary training that will equip them with the skills, academic knowledge and confidence to use evidence-based approaches to further develop their practice and to be able to support their colleagues. The project included a complementary programme of CPD, networking and sharing of best practice at termly meetings as well as the opportunity for peer teaching and observations to take place.  Lead Practitioners also had the opportunity to plan and deliver sessions at the bi-annual Network for Languages London conferences, with the support of their mentors and other national and international conferences. Lead practitioners became equipped and empowered to sustain the running of the hubs at the end of the legacy-funding period, with the professional skills and confidence to support colleagues, for example, by delivering their own training sessions and giving feedback to colleagues following observations. The teachers and over 6000 pupils they teach have been impacted by the project.

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Professional Language Network Hub

The Professional Language Network Hub builds on the excellent work accomplished during the London Schools Excellence Legacy Project and allows language teachers to share ideas and approaches to teaching and provides them with the opportunity to update their professional skills as well as their subject knowledge in languages and language teaching methodology. Both primary and secondary school teachers are invited to join the Professional Language Network and the Hub is suitable for all practitioners at any stage of their teaching career, including NQTs, newly appointed MFL Co-ordinators, those working towards QTS and Heads of Departments. Click here for more information.

 

Courses

All day courses cost £125, our twilight courses from 4-6pm cost £60. Resources to take home and a certificate of participation are included in the price for our courses.

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Latest blogs

National Gujarati Teachers’ Conference at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Neasden

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Neasden, is hosting a national one-day Gujarati Teachers’ Conference on Sunday 15 July 2018, to bring together all teachers of the Gujarati language, from mainstream and supplementary schools

CLIL Centre of Excellence launches at the University of Westminster

On Thursday 10 May 2018, the University of Westminster launched its CLIL Centre of Excellence, which aims to support a growing network of teachers who are using, or wishing to use, a CLIL approach in teaching in London and the South of England

Conversation with Faïza Guène, the author of Kif Kif Demain, London, 13 June 2018

The first Language Acts and Worldmaking Conference (a large Modern Languages research project involving several universities and other partners) with the theme of 'Languages Memory' is being held at Bush House (the former home of the BBC World Service) on 13 and 14 June 2018