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Our languages


The 'Our Languages' project supports community languages teaching and learning and aims to encourage community cohesion, celebrate pupil achievement and promote plurilingualism.

NC Online (MFL)


This is the government's definitive curriculum site for teachers. It links every National Curriculum programme of study requirement to high-quality, relevant teaching resources. Hundreds of websites are included, and rated on their usefulness by teachers themselves. Programme of study requirements are also linked to relevant units in the QCA/DfES schemes of work



MFL information from the QCDA (Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency) including developments in curriculum and assessment, and useful MFL web links.

National Curriculum


This website from the QCDA uses pupils' work and case study material to show what the National Curriculum in modern foreign languages looks like in practice.

ICT for language teachers


Information and Communications Technology for Language teachers.

Information and Communications Technology and Modern Foreign Languages in the National Curriculum: some personal views and ideas

Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research.



BBC Education - Languages


Modern Languages from The Guardian’s

Hertfordshire Grid for Learning


MFL teaching resources from the Hertfordshire grid for learning.



Language teaching clipart gallery from the University of Victoria, Canada.

ALL - Association for Language Learning and Language World


Find out about the annual conference and exhibition of the Association for Language Learning and the events taking place during the year.

Say IT.... series


A series of information sheets which translate common IT and computer-related terms from English into 28 different languages.

Languages Work


On this site you’ll find everything you need to know about how you could use languages in a wide range of careers.

Languages Work has a dedicated area for resources and classroom activities about careers and languages, available to order or download for free. You can choose from a variety of colourful posters and postcards to decorate your classroom walls or select from our range of informative careers factsheets to hand out to your students.

The new website also has a Learner Zone, where students can find lots of advice on how to plan their career, and the study options available to them. And there’s lots of information about different employment sectors, case studies of people using their languages in their jobs, profiles of a range of languages on offer and hints and tips about applying for jobs, taking a gap year, and studying and working abroad.