Explore upcoming events as well as a range of resources from ALL Corporate Member of the month, Institut français
EVENTS:

9-11 November 2018 – Language Show Live

Whether you’re a language teacher, professional, or just love languages, attend three inspirational days packed with educational seminars, language classes, live forums and cultural performances. Visit our stand, we’ll be there and happy to meet you!

14 November 2018 – Cyrano de Bergerac + Q&A

Q&A as part of the French Film Festival.  For further information and booking, please email Agathe Morisse, our School Activities Manager or call 020 7871 3511.

16 and 20 November 2018 – Into Film Festival 

The Into Film Festival offers free screenings of various French titles all over the UK, including Phantom Boy on 16 Nov and Tamara on 20 Nov at Ciné Lumière. Don’t miss out! Bookings here.

19 – 25 November 2018 – South Ken Kids Festival

The Festival returns with a wide range of events for French and British schools, from nurseries to secondary. Discover this year’s amazing line up of artists and complete the booking form here.

20 November 2018 – Multilingual Poetry Slam Year 10-12

Hosted by performance poet Michael Vidon, the Multilingual Poetry Slam competition introduces schools to poetry and word-play. Language is at the core of this special workshop where students gain confidence in their writing, translating and speaking skills. Email Agathe Morisse for further information.

RESOURCES:

Exclusive Free Online Resources for Teachers of French on the IFProfs Platform

Not yet registered on the world’s first online community dedicated to teachers of French? Join now and access exclusive classroom resources, including presentations of our French Teachers’ Day, which will be made available online after the 6 Oct conference. Free registration here.

Primary French: Learn How to Teach French in Primary School

The Primary French Project provides free material for teachers who have no prior knowledge of the language, and also for specialist linguists who are new to teaching at Key Stage 2. All material is available on our digital online library Culturethèque.

French Box

Our brand new French boxes will give you all the tools to teach French to students from Y1 to Y10. For 6 weeks and for free, you’ll have access to books, DVDs, teaching contents, etc. For more information and to view all the items available, explore here.

Virtual French Days

Following on the success of our on-site French Days, we are now happy to offer a school activities programme directly to your classroom thanks to our newly launched Virtual French Days! We are also setting up a means-based scheme for which some schools may be eligible. Please email for further information.

DELF Prim Examinations

If you’ve been using our Primary French teaching resources the last few years, your pupils might be ready to sit the DELF Prim A1.1 examinations. Get in touch here for more information!

French Debating Competitions : Les Joutes Oratoires Lycéennes

The “Joutes” is a national debate contest for UK students of French in years 12 and 13. This year’s final was the main draw of the March 2018 Semaine de la Francophonie involving over 200 students from 77 British schools from across the country. If you would like to register your school for the 2018/2019 competition, please contact us.

MOOC Enseigner le Français Langue Etrangère aujourd’hui

This year again, the CAVILAM – Alliance française offers its free online course Enseigner le Français Langue Etrangère aujourd’hui, dedicated to the principles of teaching French as a foreign language. Improve your professional skills and get a certificate to boost your resume. Free registration.

Practice your Spoken French with SpeakShake!

SpeakShake is an interactive website to practice face-to-face foreign languages by connecting two Native Speakers together via 30-minute structured video-calls. In partnership with Ile de France region, SpeakShake has now a special offer for British Schools with a free pilot project for 2018/2019!

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