Our latest news and events
In this new resource collection, we present some examples of learning activities in French, German and Spanish that have been developed to support diversity, inclusion and representation in the UK language classroom.
Discover upcoming NCELP events and presentations by NCELP team members at sector-wide events and conferences.
Registration is now open for our interactive online sessions for early career teachers providing an introduction to NCELP and a subject-specific interpretation of the Early Career Framework for MFL.
York University’s Department of Education has ranked 5th in the Research Excellence Framework 2021, according to Times Higher Education, with the department’s research impact rated to the highest degree.
Professor Emma Marsden and Dr Rachel Hawkes were recently interviewed for TECLA by José Jiménez Serrano, Technical Adviser to the Consejería de Educación in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
A survey has been launched for the Progression in Primary Languages project at the Institute of Education, University of Reading, aiming to explore views on the KS2 Languages Programme of Study, approaches to assessment of primary languages, and beliefs about language teaching at this level (age 7 to 11).
Latest News + Events
- Teacher Testimonial
- Diversity, inclusion and representation in NCELP resources
- Upcoming events
- Introduction to NCELP for Early Career Teachers of Modern Foreign Languages
- Department of Education ranks 5th in REF 2021 results
- Educator Testimonial
- NCELP interviewed by the Consejería de Educación
- Survey: Perceptions of Primary Languages in England
- How to boost MFL entries at GCSE and A level
- A new approach to foreign language learning￼
- Natalie Finlayson presents for NCELP at BAAL Linguistics and Knowledge about Language in Education online event
- Summer Briefings on the new GCSE subject content
- Prof. Emma Marsden presents at The Association for Language Learning’s Language World annual conference 2022
- Asynchronous CPD course launched
- CPD Course – Autumn Term Call