A network for all who teach languages to children
Added by Mark Purves on March 17, 2010 at 0:06 — No Comments
If we accept that a Language is a way of representing concepts with words, then Mathematics is just a language that uses symbols, moreover it’s a language that the average primary classroom practitioner is already teaching. That’s why the Numeracy tools freely available in schools – number fans, number squares, bead sticks and grids - are so fantastically useful to exploit in MFL teaching: learn a language and reinforce an understanding of number at the same…Continue
Take 10 en Français is a fantastic little resource from Devon Education Services. It’s a handy pocket-sized book full of games and activites that can be used as PE warm-ups or more sedately in the classroom as Brain-gym exercises.
Aimed at the non-specialist MFL teacher, it is very user-friendly: 29 Activities…Continue
Aqua Marine Bay - Simon Hart (local artist)
We got an email at school on Monday saying we had been successful in our application for the Intermediate level of the International School Award. We are all so pleased as those of you who know us, know that we are such a tiny school... We really weren't sure whether the things we had been would be enough to qualify, we just…Continue