Below is a list of all events that are relevant or suitable for Students or newly qualified 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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The Whole Education Summer Conference is a celebration of great practice, designed to help schools learn from each other on how to confidently deliver a high quality ‘whole education’ in your context. Delegates will choose from a huge range of sessions from schools in the network that are successfully innovating to provide a whole education for all. Schools will also learn more about how to make the most of our core offer programmes Leading a Whole Education for senior leaders…Find out more »
ALL provides Roadshows to local groups at half-term each term to update delegates at local meetings as required. This pilot webinar, hosted on behalf of ALL by its London branch, is open to all (and aims to support those who do not have a local group as yet). It is based on the May Roadshow for Branches and Networks and will include a focus on the new OFSTED Framework. For further details on how to attend the webinar, please explore…Find out more »
European Day of Languages 2018 26 September every year: A day to celebrate languages and language learning – the European Day of Languages has been celebrated on 26 September every year since 2001. A range of events are organised across Europe. Find out more and download resources from the Council of Europe’s European Day of Languages website, and get more ideas from our themes section. ALLNE, Network for Languages North East and partners are once again organising the annual European Day of Languages Competition for…Find out more »
Sign up now for the Goethe-Institut German Teachers' Day! This day is aimed at secondary school teachers and will include seminars, advice and tools for German teaching as well as providing an excellent networking opportunity. The content of the workshops and presentations will focus on teaching literature at A-level, motivating your students as well as news and offers from the Goethe-Institut. Travel allowances available. For further information, please explore the Goethe-Institut website.Find out more »
The next French Teachers' Day at the Institut francais will take place on Saturday 5th October 2019. Registrations are not yet open, but you can register your interest in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
World Teachers’ Day 05 October every year: To celebrate the unique and vital role of teachers, in every country and continent of the world. For further information, visit the UNESCO website and the World Teachers’ Day website.Find out more »
The National Modern Foreign Languages Conference 2019 will assess the latest best practice methods and strategies to enhance MFL teaching provision and improve attainment for all MFL pupils. The welcome address will be delivered by Jane Harvey, President of the Association for Language Learning. For further details, please explore the event website.Find out more »
Now in its 31st year, Europe’s largest language event returns to Olympia in 2019 and offers outstanding talks, classes and features. The show offers the latest products and resources, ways to learn and ways to teach as well as fun and entertainment; 80 free seminars 100 exhibitors taster classes in 20 languages dedicated programme for teachers resources, tools and technology book publishers and online providers the best ways to learn a language music and dance free admission, talks and classes…Find out more »
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.Find out more »
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 festivalsFind out more »