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Overcoming the language barrier

Overcoming the language barrier

As the number of students taking modern foreign languages at A level has gone into freefall, the government is putting in the region of £100 million into MFL schemes at key stage 2. Jim Donnelly looks at how this will impact on SHA members. >>more>>

Not at all double Dutch

Not at all double Dutch

Schools are having to be more creative about how they keep students studying foreign languages. The two schools below have used fast track French and mandatory Mandarin. >>more>>

Primary motive

Primary motive

With the emphasis in MFL shifting to primary, SHA's concerns about traditional language teaching at key stage 2 are all the more timely. Peter Downes introduces a SHA/Esmee Fairbairn project that is exploring an alternative. >>more>>

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