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Preparing for when languages become a compulsory subject for key stage 2

Attend our webinar to find out how a Language Assistant can help you prepare for changes to the curriculum in 2014

How can your school prepare for compulsory language learning at Key Stage 2? The British Council is hosting a one off webinar that you can dial into from the comfort of your desk. Why not register now?

When: Thursday 25  April Time: 3.45pm Duration: 45 mins

What you need: A computer and a phone


  • 2014 government's plans for languages
  • What is a language assistant
  • Benefits of a language assistant to you and the school

​Language Assistants bring language and culture alive for primary pupils by igniting their interest in learning languages. They can help prepare your pupils to live and work in today’s global economy by raising their standards of learning languages. They can also help your school to deliver language learning as part of Key Stage 2 by 2014. Language Assistants are native speakers of French, Spanish, German, Italian, Mandarin, Russian and Irish. 

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Call: 0161 957 7755


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