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East Midlands Primary Languages conference

A little later than planned, and with huge apologies, here are my presentations from the East Midlands Primary Languages Conference held on Nottingham on 5th December! Más vale tarde que nunca.  Mieux vaut tard que jamais! Besser spät als gar nicht. Firstly, my presentation on Crosscurricular links: Making link – linking languages across the primary […]

¡Vámonos! in top 50 online resources for learning Spanish

I received an email on Thursday from a young man called Matt J at Tutorful: My name is Matt and i’m getting in touch today with some great news – ¡Vámonos! has been featured in our Top 50 Spanish Learning Resources. As you know, there’s hundreds if not thousands of sites offering Spanish resources, but we […]

Matemáticas, ciencia e español

I wholeheartedly believe that learning a language shouldn’t be a ‘bolt on’ but part of the curriculum as a whole, and I am therefore always on the look out for new ideas. I found this short video clip on Youtube earlier and it started me thinking. Again!  Whilst I’m not sure that this is something […]

Newsmap.jp

Thanks to Liz Fotheringham last week for telling me about this wonderful site! As it explains here, Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News news aggregator. Google News automatically groups news tories with similar content and places them based on algorithmic results into clusters. In Newsmap, the […]

Website of the week 2

Today see the second Website of the week in QR code – this one is still under construction but is looking great! The colour was chosen especially to match the colour scheme of the site – and the school ;o) (For those of you without a QR reader, click here)