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Innovative online courses developed for Teachers, Schools and Families, using videos, songs and animations. Courses for Teachers are suitable for the professional development of Primary practitioners, using a flipped classroom approach: at the end of each lesson, teachers use their learning and the resources provided with their own class. Courses for Schools are designed for teachers and pupils to all learn a language together!Learn More
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We adapt to YOUR learning context and provide resources to suit YOUR needs! Our resources enable teachers to embed the target language into their learning contexts. Our resources are suitable to ALL practitioners and allow you to teach languages through most areas of the curriculum.Learn More
A brilliant support for going forward and giving teachers the confidence to incorporate languages within their classroom. Superb!Primary teacher, Angus Council
PowerLanguage for Families
The Course gives clear ideas for families on how to support their children’s learning, along with useful resources.
A fun and engaging approach to learning a language, often based on games, songs and challenges.
I feel that my son’s confidence and ability have increased tremendously! Parent, Fife CouncilProvide an excellent pathway for children and parents to learn a new language together. PowerLanguage for Families is part of PowerLanguage Courses
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