Our Language Networks operate remotely and virtually (but still actively) to promote the interests of teachers of a particular language. They could be planning a one-off event, such as a seminar, Teachmeet or Language Day; setting up a competition for learners of their language; working with an ALL Branch, Network or Primary Hub to put on a shared event, keeping teachers updated on developments in their language or anything that teachers of the language or their learners would benefit from. Whatever needs doing! But whatever does need doing relies on enthusiasts to champion it and take it forward.

If you would like to be involved, please contact us for more information.

Follow us on Twitter and on Facebook for updates.

What we offer:

Email forum

ALL and SSAT run a dedicated email forum for teachers of Arabic, for support, updates and information about events.


Check out our Pinterest pages on Arabic.


Explore our range of national and international projects for teachers.

Information & useful links:


Connect with hundreds of Arabic teachers in America and from around the world on the Teachers of Arabic Language K-12 (TALK12) page on Facebook.


Arabalicious is a website for teachers and students of Arabic.


Connect with other Arabic teachers on twitter at #ArabicLangchat - a great way to seek out support and share resources.

Upcoming events for Arabic teachers

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Getting involved

ALL supports and represents different groups of language teachers in the UK, with the help of volunteers around the country.


Find out about training and CPD events for Arabic teachers

Join ALL

Join the Association for Language Learning, and find out more about your professional community

News for Arabic teachers

Language skills are ‘more vital than ever’

Language skills are ‘more vital than ever’ if the UK is to remain ‘outward looking’ and ‘open for business’ in the run up to Brexit, new British Council research has revealed. In a survey of over 2,000 UK adults, the majority saw the ability to speak foreign languages...

Update on lesser taught languages

GCSE & A Level qualifications in lesser taught languages to continue Following the reform of GCSE and A level qualifications, the exam boards announced in March 2015 that they would not be continuing to offer GCSE and A level qualifications in a number of smaller,...

Withdrawal of GCSE and A level exams in small-entry languages

Exam boards choose not to redevelop GCSE and A level exams in small-entry languages With the introduction of new GCSE and A level specifications for languages from 2016 (for French, German and Spanish – 2017 for other languages) – some exam boards have announced their...

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