Primary Languages Policy: Step-change or Stumbling Block?
What do you think?
Join Florence Myles, Bernardette Holmes, and Clare Seccombe
for a 60-minute webinar on the 2nd of July 2019, at 7.00pm
In 2014, teaching a modern or ancient language from the age of seven became a statutory requirement in primary schools in England.
This long-awaited status for primary languages was welcomed with enthusiasm by the profession and across civil society, but how far have we succeeded in implementing the primary languages policy?
Is primary languages policy a step-change or a stumble at the starting line.