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Lesson capture software to become more prominent
Lesson capture software to become more prominent

A recent survey by a leading ICT company, has highlighted the growth in the use of lesson capture software to add to the content available to students. For many schools this technology is top of their wish list for 2011. Read the full report here.

Audio files in French, Spanish and German.
Audio files in French, Spanish and German.

Check out the audio files in both Spanish and French linked to the QCDA units of work. Great for practising your pronunciation before delivering a lesson!

Look in the Training tab on the Homepage.

Modern Languages:achievement and challenge 2007-2010
Modern Languages:achievement and challenge 2007-2010

In 2008 Ofsted published The changing landscape of languages: an evaluation of language learning 2004/2007. This report follows up achievements since then and examines the current challenges. Some aspects of language provision seen during this...

Speech delay linked to poor reading and writing skills
Speech delay linked to poor reading and writing skills

A recent Ofsted report has concluded that young children who are struggling to communicate properly, due to a delay in acquiring speaking and listening skills, will inevitably fall behind with their reading and writing skills. The report is...

Inner city school gains 10 Cambridge places
Inner city school gains 10 Cambridge places

A school previously described as the "worst school in Britain" has improved to a point where ten students have received provisional offers of placements at Cambridge University. Read the full story here.

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