The Great Repeal Act will transfer 1000s of pieces of EU regulations onto the UK’s statute books. These may be later changed or discarded. Other EU citizens’ rights and safeguards will have to be negotiated as part of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
It is important that you share your views with your MP and MEPs during the negotiation period.
The new pack comprises ;
A teacher’s pack ( Japan – teachers’ pack )
Where in the world ? A powerpoint presentation and overview of Japan ( Where in the world )
Many thanks to staff and pupils at Escomb Primary School and to Gabrielle Reddington from the Education Development Service. We look forward to receiving your feedback and hope that you find the materials useful and engaging for your pupils.
A FREE conference for senior leaders and headteachers from all phases.
Beamish Hall Hotel
Wednesday 5 July – 0930 – 1500
A full day conference which will examine how international partnerships and projects can underpin work around SMSC and British Values.
early application for a delegate place is strongly recommended.
The British Council will accept online applications from schools which wish to employ a language assistant up until 31 May 2017.
Language assistants are native speakers of French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese and Irish who have just arrived from a native-speaking context. Their up-to-date knowledge of their local culture makes them ideally placed to work with students on developing their conversational skills and increasing their understanding of other cultures. They can revitalise the skills of language teachers too.
A downloadable resource in powerpoint format to help young people understand how the EU works
We are delighted to be able to offer to host a course for primary school teachers who wish to develop their skills in English language teaching and who are recipients of Erasmus+ Key Action 1 funding.
The course takes place in the historic city of Durham in North East England and will include time spent in school, working to develop language content and at the National Centre for Children’s Books. Full details are available here