Schools can now start to apply for the DCSF International School Award 2010. Open to all schools, including primaries, the Award is an accreditation scheme for curriculum-based international work such as school partnerships.
Are you involved in a school partnership? Then, why not apply for recognition from the British Council's Link2Learn Awards.
The public consultation period on the recommendations put forward in Sir Jim Rose's Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum has now ended (24 July 2009).
Four outstanding teachers have been chosen as finalists in an award which recognises the very best in primary language teaching in the UK.
UK winners of this year’s European Award for Languages have shown that language teachers are increasingly looking outside of the language department for ways to motivate young learners.
A report published this week by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) shows that the number of primary schools teaching another language is rising steadily.
The DCSF have published comprehensive new guidance on making links between primary languages and literacy.
The guidance, available as a series of pdf downloads on the National Strategies website...
Due to the overwhelming popularity of ‘Talk to the hand – using puppets in primary languages’, we are happy to announce a re-run of the event in the CILT Library on Wednesday 15 July.
Issue 24, Summer 2009 is out now! Primary features include teaching Bengali for the Key Stage 2 entitlement in a Tower Hamlets primary and...
The BBC World Service have launched a new project that aims to collect sounds from all over the world in an audio world map.