NCELP Schemes of Work (SOW) are proposed as examples of how language knowledge and practice can be sequenced and re-visited systematically to support progression in the early stages of language development within a low exposure foreign language setting.
Teaching materials and schemes of work
Research-informed and in line with the new Ofsted framework
Free and fully-resourced 3-year Key Stage 3 courses
Can be taught remotely or as a blended provision
Prepares students for the current and any future GCSE exams
NCELP alignment with wider policy
Discover how the NCELP Schemes of Work, resources and rationales align with important policy documents and influential thinking on pedagogy including: Ofsted Early Career Framework reform, Draft GCSE Subject Content, New Ofsted Framework, Rosenshine’s ten Principles of Instruction.
Rationales and research
Discover the rationale for our approaches to particular topics, as well as references to the research that informed our choices.
MFL Pedagogy Review
Our schemes of work are in line with the Review of MFL Pedagogy, which drew on research into foreign language learning and teaching.
Introduction to the NCELP SOW
This 15-minute screencast sets out the principles and key features of the NCELP schemes of work and looks at the SOW document itself.
Getting into NCELP FAQs
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about getting into NCELP and using our Schemes of Work and resources.
We have a range of materials to support Modern Foreign Languages education for pupils both at home and in the classroom.
Learn more about the pedagogy with our professional development courses and sessions to improve language teaching and learning.
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