Getting more involved in what we do
ALL as an organisation puts all of its resources into supporting and representing different groups of language teachers in the UK, with the help of volunteers around the country – language teachers who are passionate about language teaching and their profession. Could you be one of them?
There are over 60 local ALL groups around the country run by dedicated volunteers, serving the ALL community through training, conferences, workshops and networking events.
ALL’s Language Networks promote the interests of teachers of a particular language by running training days, events and competitions and keeping teachers updated on developments in their language.
Would you like to be one of our language volunteers? To get involved, find out what ALL does for individual languages.
Our Special Interest Groups focus on broader areas and sectors of language teaching – currently, primary, initial teacher education / training, adult education and world languages, as well as our CLIL initiative, FLAME: Future for Languages As a Medium of Education.
Would you like to join one of our Special Interest Groups? To get involved, find out what ALL does for different sectors.
ALL about projects
ALL participates in national and international project work, bringing members’ expertise and experience to bear on developments in new approaches to language learning, the place of languages in the wider curriculum or in the production of new resources to support language teaching and learning.
Would you like to boost your skills by participating in one of our projects? If so, click here to find out more about ALL’s project work.
ALL about your publications
ALL publishes various publications for language teachers, written by practising teachers from all educational sectors and all those interested in learning and teaching languages in the UK and beyond – and we welcome contributions from ALL members!
ALL in action
We believe that it is important to respond as a community to issues which concern the teaching of languages, and that by doing this, we can shape the future of our profession.
Would you like to help us? To get involved, please contact us.