Secondary Events

Below is a list of all events that are relevant or suitable for Secondary teachers. Some events are cultural or language related special days, some are ALL events or events run by external bodies involved in language teaching or learning.
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Events for November 2019

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Welcome to ALL Manchester: Event for Foreign Language Assistants and NQTs

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ALL Autumn Roadshow Webinar

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ISMLA French Day

ALL Yorkshire A-Level Conference

ALL Southern Primary Languages Show

Festival of Social Science 2019: Primary Languages Policy in England – Making it happen!  

Focus Group Event on Translation Technology

World Science Day for Peace & Development

Martinstag

Armistice Day

Voyager School Travel Free French Event

ALL South London Primary Hub Meeting

ALL London Webinar: Stepping stone qualifications to GCSE

ALL West of England Sixth Form Lectures (Bristol)

ALL West Sussex Primary Hub Meeting

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Language Show

Language Show

International Day for Tolerance

ALL London The Language Show ‘Show and Tell’

Language Show

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ALL Northamptonshire Secondary Hub Meeting

Universal Children’s Day

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ALLNE welcome event and book launch 2019

ALL Manchester Update on the New Exams: GCSE & A Level

The New GCSE and A Level – Update with Rhona Thomson (AQA)

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ALL West of England Sixth Form Lectures (Stroud)

ALL Leeds Bradford Primary Hub Meeting

ALL Yorkshire Winter Series

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Northern Primary Languages Show

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