Connecting up language learning around the country:
The Association for Language Learning‘s ALL Connect project provided CPD for teachers in KS2 and KS3 to support the new programmes of study at Key stages 2 and 3, offering free face to face and online training on major themes such as speaking, writing, grammar, transition and progression to those working in mainstream education. Training was provided at a local level to colleagues from the primary and secondary sectors, offering participants the opportunity to train and network with peers and to share best practice together.
The materials developed are now provided here, and are freely available for any teacher to use. They must not be used for commercial reasons such as training sessions where attendees are charged a delegate fee by a trainer/training organisation. They may not be used without acknowledgement of the original source. If you are using them for training purposes please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know, as it is of particular interest to us to know about coverage. You can find out more about the project on our website.
|KS2 training materials:
|KS2-3 training materials:
|KS3 training materials:
The ALL Connect Project ran:
- In the East: Rachel Hawkes in partnership with Comberton Village College
- In the North East: Steven Fawkes the North Leadership Centre at Newcastle University
- In the North Midlands: Clodagh Cooney in partnership with Network for Languages East Midlands, a specialist centre within the School of Arts & Humanities and School of Education at Nottingham Trent University.
- In Yorkshire: Eva Lamb in partnership with King Edward VII School, Sheffield