"Dear Isabelle Thanks for replying I love teaching languages and used to teach in 2 languages in primary in Tower hamlets (English/Sylheti) I think it was a bad idea to get rid of EMA but at leasy now we can teach languages earlier Its always…"
I am a secondary teachers who goes to one of our feeder primary school once a week. I usually teach Y4 about 45 minutes a week and I also do some projects with Y6 in small groups-either Gifted & Talented or students who will join us the following year.
From September 2008, I will be teaching Spanish only to Y6 and 5.
Dear Isabelle Thanks for replying I love teaching languages and used to teach in 2 languages in primary in Tower hamlets (English/Sylheti) I think it was a bad idea to get rid of EMA but at leasy now we can teach languages earlier Its always embarassing on holiday in europe to see how many languages other EU members speak!!
Thanks for the invite Isabelle. I follow this blog a lot, although I teach in the secondary sector. I have the widget on my blog so that our feeder schools can keep up with trends. there are always excellent ideas and links that I like to share within the dept.
Helen(@nellrob165 on twitter) I think I follow you already
Thanks for getting in touch. I am a teacher in a secondary school (French and Spansh) but I am currently on maternity leave and meanwhile thinking of retraining to teach at primary level. That's why I am interested in this site as it may help influence me in this decision.
thanks for your friendly and helpful welcome! To be truthful I logged on here and I haven't accessed it since - I'm sure this will change as we get into the new school year. The site looks like it will be very useful - as do your blog! Thanks again!
Merci Isabelle. Je n'ai pas eu la chance de te repondre plus tot. Et oui, cela fait presqu'un an! Sorry!! :0) J'ai eu une annee tres busy et j'ai rarement eu acces a ce site. Dorenavant, je pense login plus souvenant! :0) Merci enormement de m'avoir fais connaitre ton blog. Ca m'interesse beaucoup! :0)
My name is Lorraine & I'm passionate about keeping German alive & well as an MFL. Now I know you don't do much with German these days- or has that changed?
I started a sub-group- Prima Kinder and was looking at resources which we might review. I know you do a blog which I understand includes German. Could you find time to put up some ideas/ resources? You might have to join the group to do so?
If there are no resources out there we're never going to persuade schools & heads to do German, so I'm keen to encourage those with an interest to push ahead with German. We'rea very small minority at the moment
I´m working in a shanty town outside Lima, Peru and I am teaching English to children of different ages 5-11 and some adults. I noticed a message about some Easter resources that you have translated but I don´t know how to find them. There is nothing at all here so I´m making it all up as I go along, some help would be fantastic!!! Where do I find the ideas, are they on your blog, can´t find them?Muchas gracias, Mim