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Whether it's with your Local ALL Branch, Volunteering for the ALL Reviews team or if you'd like to share your experience and expertise with us by writing for our Language Zones or Languages Today, please do get in touch!  

Guidance for Teachers on COVID-aware Languages Classrooms

Click here to access the latest information and guidance for teachers returning to the classroom and how to prepare for Covid-aware learning. 

Languages Today

Available now, our Summer edition of Languages Today; The Big Picture and a free digital sample.

Join your languages subject association

Whatever the stage of your career, we have membership packages to suit.  Let us represent you and provide a range of benefits and services to support you in your teaching.

Essential reading for language teachers

A wide range of articles and publications are available in our shop - from as little as £1.49

Check out ALL's Events

Check out ALL's Events pages for Languages Focused CPD, training and networking

The Association for Language Learning (ALL)

Who we are

The Association for Language Learning (ALL) is an independent registered charity and the UK’s major subject association for those involved in the teaching of foreign languages at all levels.

How can we support you?

ALL believes that it is important to keep our members briefed on news and updates in the languages sector, and we work hard to deliver a range of relevant benefits to our members.

Become a member

We support and represent teachers of all languages in all sectors.  Whether you’re a languages co-ordinator in a primary school or a secondary languages teacher, we can offer you the support you need.

Corporate Membership

What is ALL Corporate Membership?

ALL's corporate members form an important part of ALL's membership. Join us and you’ll be in good company. 

Our Platinum and Gold Corporate Members represent a broad range of sectors and offer the following types of services: languages experiences or training for language learners and/or language teachers, languages resources (online and hard copy publications), online platforms offering games, exercises and vocabulary building , intercultural resources and much more...

The opportunity for your organisation to reach our members – teachers and language practitioners across all languages, all levels, and all sectors, from primary teachers to teacher trainers, business language tutors to resource writers, and everything in between.



Corporate Members of the month

Linguascope is best known for its award-winning language learning platform for schools. offers interactive language learning activities for primary and secondary schools (ages 6 to 16). The languages covered are French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Maori and English.

Organised in topic areas, the materials are presented via a host of immersive multimedia activities, with printable worksheets that can be used to consolidate the lesson or as homework.

A school licence covers school as well as home use, so it's perfect for homework too! Students can log in on the website or via one of our free apps.


We invite you to watch our video clips introducing Linguascope and featuring teachers and students talking about how and why they use our website.

Try it out our interactive activities for yourself by visiting the trial section of our website. Get your students to have a look too and ask them what they think.

Do you teach German in the UK? The teacher services department at the Goethe-Institut London and Glasgow offer a wide range of useful information, resources and events.

We provide support for:

  • Teaching German as a Foreign Language
  • Promoting the German language
  • Professional Development

We will also provide advice if:

May 2021 ALL Corporate Member of the Month Goethe-Institut London

Latest News

Ofsted: Curriculum research review series: Languages

As members will be aware, on Monday Ofsted released a report as part of its Curriculum Research Review series on Languages. The review explores the literature relating to the field of foreign languages education. Its purpose is to identify factors that contribute to...

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What makes someone bilingual?

The Conversation posted this piece concerning 'what makes someone bilingual', an interesting read. It’s estimated that half the world’s population is bilingual, and two-thirds of the world’s children grow up in an environment where several languages intersect. But...

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ALL Press Release: Ofsted Languages Research Review

ALL Press Release Ofsted Research Language Review   “ALL welcomes the emphasis in this report on the integral role of languages in the curriculum and agrees that learning a language helps to equip pupils with the knowledge and cultural capital they need to...

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ALL members represent a wide range of European and World languages


There are over 60 ALL local groups across the country


Special interest groups discuss matters of importance to a range of sectors


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