ALL runs events across the country, ranging from national events such as the annual Language World conference to local network events. CPD offered by our branches, networks and primary hubs is tailored to the needs of teachers in their locality and is run by teachers, for teachers.
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The Northampton City Hub of ALL will have it's first event this year on Tuesday 30 October at Northampton School for Girls from 16:30-17:30. It will be a TeachMeet with NQTs and trainee teachers especially encouraged to attend!
All welcome - For further details and booking, please follow this link.
Now in its 30th year, Europe’s largest language event returns to Olympia in 2018 with new dates and improved talks, classes and features. The latest products and techniques, ways to learn, ways to teach as well as fun and entertainment. And this year, everything – talks, classes, seminars, admission – is FREE!
10 November every year: the objectives of World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD) are to strengthen public awareness on the role of science for peaceful and sustainable societies; to promote national and international solidarity for a shared science between countries; to renew national and international commitment for the use of science for the benefit of societies; and to draw attention to the challenges faced by science and raise support for the scientific endeavour. Further information is available on the UN World…
Dear colleagues, we at ALL Yorkshire would like to invite you to this years A-Level Conference on Saturday 10th November 2018: The New A-Levels: How did we do? How can we do better? We will be looking at lessons to be learn from the results of the first cohort of A-Level students who took their exams last term and looking ahead to improving our teaching even further: Optimising Student Performance in Paper 1 Essay Writing Skills for the new A-Levels…
ALL London is a keen supporter of the annual Language Show which takes place in central London annually and we are delighted that the organisers have allowed us to continue what has become a long-standing tradition of language teachers coming together at the end of a Saturday visiting stands and attending talks in order to share their own 'top tips' for classroom practice. Saturday is also a great day for Teacher sessions. Feel free to come along, listen and enjoy…
St Martin’s Day St. Martin’s Day (Martinstag) on November 11 is a religious observance in Germany that is particularly popular with children – it is dedicated to St. Martin of Tours and celebrates modesty and altruism. Click here for further information and resources. Find teaching ideas and activities here.
11 November every year: Armistice Day, also known as Poppy Day or Remembrance Day, commemorates the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of civilians in times of war, specifically since World War I (1914-1918). It is observed on 11 November because World War I ended on that date in 1918. Further information and resources can be found here.
How did we do? How can we do even better? • 6 outstanding CPD sessions for one very competitive fee! • 6 outstanding speakers sharing a wealth of ideas! • No supply cover costs for your school! • Fresh ideas to use in your classroom the following day 13th November: AQA Feedback – Looking back to 2018 and forward to 2019 21st November: Implementing practical strategies to support grammar and vocabulary development 11th December: Developing confident speakers 15th January: Developing…
Lectures for sixth form students linked to exam board specifications - suitable for AS and A Level students £3 per person (students and teachers) Prior booking and payment is essential The French and Spanish lectures fill up quickly so early booking is advised Payment must be made through this site - we are unable to accept bank transfers or cheques 1pm - Spanish - Carmen Meira-Garcia - La identidad regional en España 2pm - French - Laure Barker - Le…
FIPLV World Congress, in partnership with ACTL Focus: The event is designed to meet the needs of today's language educators. There will be educational sessions appealing to a global community of educators, of all levels and languages. The Convention features more than 800 educational sessions, covering the whole spectrum of the language profession. Educators of all levels and languages are welcome to submit a proposal. There is an early bird deadline of July 11 2018. For more information on this…
16 November every year: Encouraging respect, dialogue and cooperation among different cultures, civilizations and peoples. Find out more on the UN Website or the UNESCO Promoting Tolerance web page.
An opportunity to listen to local practitioners, to discuss and share issues and possible solutions, and to meet teacher and adviser colleagues in the Midlands. This event is open to all interested or involved in the teaching of languages in secondary schools (NALA members and non-members). For further information, please explore the NALA Open Forum Event flyer.
20 November marks the day in which the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child in 1959. Universal Children’s Day acknowledges the importance of actively promoting the welfare of the world’s children. Further information can be found on the Global Dimension website.
We are back! After another fantastic #ShowTellMFL last year, ALL West of England are delighted to welcome you back this November. A free show and tell event for all primary and secondary language teachers in the area Drinks, snacks and networking from 5.30 pm, with the event starting at 6:30pm (estimated finish time of 8pm) Venue - Bristol University School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square, Bristol BS8 1JA Hosted by the amazing Charlie Berney (Bath Spa University) Raffle on the…
Lectures for sixth form students linked to exam board specifications - suitable for AS and A Level students £3 per person (students and teachers) Prior booking and payment is essential The French and Spanish lectures fill up quickly so early booking is advised Payment must be made through this site - we are unable to accept bank transfers or cheques 1.30pm - Spanish - Carmen Meira-Garcia - La identidad regional en España 1.30pm - German - Anna Havinga - Jugendkultur…
The conference (in its third year) is organised by ALLNE, ALL York Primary Hub, University of York, ALL Yorkshire, Network for Languages NE, and York St John University who are kindly hosting the event. It will be delivered by teachers and experienced trainers from the North, and is principally for teachers of Key Stage 2 classes - some themes are relevant also to Key Stage 3, so we would love to see Secondary colleagues there too! This is a ALL…
St Nicholas’ Day 06 December Further information: Christmas resources, Voyage Kids website and German Festivals on Pinterest.
This academic year, the ALL Leeds Primary Hub will meet on the following dates: Thursday 6 December 2018, 4:30 – 5:30pm Thursday 21 March 2019, 4:30 – 5:30pm Thursday 6 June 2019, 4:30 – 5:30pm For further information, please contact Vicky Cooke.
18 December every year: Recognising the rights of migrants throughout the world. A United Nations day to recognise the rights of migrants throughout the world. Click here for further information, including facts and figures on migrants.
Christmas 25 December Further information: Christmas resources and French festivals on Pinterest
Christmas 25 December Further information: Christmas resources and German Festivals on Pinterest.
Christmas Day 25 December Click here for Spanish Christmas resources and Spanish Festivals on Pinterest.
Day of the Holy Innocents 28 December Click here for further information.
Celebrating the birthday of Louis Braille. World Braille Day commemorates the birth of Louis Braille – on 04 January 1809 in France. In 1829 he published his Method of Writing Words, Music, and Plain Song by Means of Dots, for Use by the Blind and Arranged by Them. Find out more about Louis Braille from the RNIB website., and from the Global Dimension website.
Epiphany There is a special tradition in France that is celebrated the 1st Sunday of each New Year. The celebration is “La Fête des Rois” (Three Kings Day) and includes a king, a queen and a special cake. For further information, see our French Festivals Pinterest page, or find out more about important events, special days and festivals
Epiphany Singers For further information, see our German Festivals Pinterest page, or find out more about important events, special days and festivals