July 2019 newsletter

Welcome to this month's round up!
I can now share exciting news with you: from September, I am available for visits and support for an extra day each week! You can now book my time on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. This means I can potentially travel further too... I will still be teaching on Mondays and Tuesdays. You can check my availability here at any time.
Have you used a blindfold/eye mask in your languages lessons before? If not, I think you will want to after listening to my latest podcast here! I find it to be an essential accessory in my classroom.
I know some of you have finished school already; I for one am working until this Thursday 18th July. Whether your break has started or it will start soon... I wish you an amazing summer!
I will be back in touch mid-August with lots of ideas for going back to school... but let's maybe not think about that quite yet!
Nathalie

July 2019 newsletter
This very cute story is perfect to introduce greetings in French to young children... but there is a lot more to it!
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July 2019 newsletter
This story has been so popular with children of all ages this half-term... a must to add to your collection!
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July 2019 newsletter
Click here to listen to my latest podacst, including ideas on how to use eye masks in the classroom!
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RESOURCES & OPPORTUNITIES

SUPL: Southampton University Primary Languages
Foreign Language Literacy in Primary Practice
Friday 19th July 2019: 9.15 am to 4.30 pm 
Come and join us for this FREE one-day event to find out more about FL literacy, creativity and challenge!
We have three inspirational guest speakers:  Bernardette Holmes – Born Global, Dawn Alexander Joseph – Hackney Learning Trust – Primary Languages Coordinator and Clare Seccombe – Lightbulb Languages and FL practitioner.
You can also join workshops led by SUPL teachers exploring FL literacy practice: phonics, graded readers, authentic texts and writing.  We can offer all attendees free access to an online French and Spanish resources bank.
Lunch and afternoon tea are included.  Numbers are limited.
For more information or to book a place, please email Alison Porter amp1g09@soton.ac.uk.
  • New OFSTED Handbooks are out:
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND
There will be a new venue for my ALL primary hub (a free support group) next term. Look out for more details soon!

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