13 March 2017
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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.
Network for Languages London provides professional development opportunities, support, advice and networking opportunities for teachers in primary, secondary and further education.
Between April 2014 and December 2015, Network for Languages London delivered a large London Schools Excellence Fund (LSEF) Project to support and develop language teaching in schools by providing modern foreign language teachers with the opportunity to update their professional skills, as well as their subject knowledge and language teaching methodology.
The LSEF project, which was part funded by the Department for Education, was established by the Mayor of London, to focus on raising the quality of teaching in primary and secondary schools and improving pupils’ attainment in core subjects, including languages.
This award enabled the Network for Languages London team to work with primary and secondary schools across a number of London boroughs, such as Bexley, Brent, Havering, Lambeth, Tower Hamlets, Tri-borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham & Westminster, Waltham Forest and Wandsworth.
170 teachers from over 80 schools from across London were involved in the project. Find out more about the LSEF project and go to our Resources Page to look at some of our video and written case studies.
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.View courses
ICT and Languages Event 2017 Ashcombe School, Dorking, Saturday 22 April, 10am to 7pm A free ICT and Languages event will take place at Ashcombe School, Dorking, on 22 April
Free community education event Learning a home language: Helping to Foster the Next Bilingual/Bi-cultural Generation: The Ramgarhia Story A free community education event will be taking place on Saturday 1 April from 11am to 1pm at the Ramgarhia Community Centre in Newham, one of East London's key and long-standing commuinity schools
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13 March 2017