The aims of CILT’s national conferences for LA Advisers
- to raise the profile of LA Advisers as a national body of
expertise, and to provide a forum between you as a group and the
- to enable us all to meet, share expertise and foster a culture
- to help us all reach a shared understanding of the issues
facing the world of primary languages
- to draw on the expertise and experience of you as LA Advisers
to develop best practice in particular areas of interest via our
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Conferences to date:
'Consolidating networks' - 7
February 2011, CILT London
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend on the
day and also to all those colleagues who could not be there in
person, for continuing to be part of this important primary
The conference was an opportunity to share and discuss
developments in education policy and reform, routes to
accreditation and approaches to adapting to the changing
circumstances in order to continue maintaining support and
collaborating in the future. To access the full programme,
accompanied by presentations and accompanying resources click
Liverpool conference - 11 March
Thank you once again to everyone who joined us in Liverpool. To
read individual SIG reports please visit the SIG homepage of your
The theme for this conference was New Literacy and if you would
like to read the full report from this day, please click here.
Additionally, the day's programme can be viewed here.
'Marking Progress' - 10 & 11
September 2009, Solihull
September 2009 marked the first time we had a national gathering
of LA Advisers to address current issues in primary
languages. You can read a summary of the two days by clicking
Please click the relevant LA to read Lancashire
contributions to 'What does good look like'.
Thank you to all colleagues who joined us in
Solihull. The conference report is now available online
including downloadable versions of the presentations.
The theme was Assessment and this also marked the launch of the
LA Special Interest Groups (SIGs).