Category Archives: MFL matters

We urgently need to raise expectations in MFL

I was recently looking at the website of a German school  with whom, back in the mists of time, I organised an exchange. Although somewhat less gaudy and sentimental than many UK school websites, the content was otherwise very similar to a … Continue reading

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SpaG – a foreign language teacher’s perspective

There has been a lot of controversy over the new spelling and grammar test for year 6 children recently. I have to say that some of the sample questions do seem somewhat strange and I confess that I had not heard … Continue reading

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MFL – the way forward

Up to now, I have not written a blog about my subject, MFL. However, I am inspired to do so, having been sent an email from my subject association, the Association for Language Learning, asking me if I would be interested … Continue reading

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