19 Oct, 20229:00 am-4:30 pm
Central London

The National Modern Foreign Languages Conference 2022 explores the latest updates to curriculum content across KS4, the predicted impact of the changes on future exams and assessments, and how to effectively prepare learners through KS3 for this reformed approach to teaching and learning.

Through workshops and discussions, assess the latest best practice methods and strategies to enhance MFL teaching provision and improve attainment for all MFL pupils, ensuring these efforts are in line with the latest Ofsted inspection framework.

Join with peers and experts to discuss how to overcome the challenges around progress due to the pandemic and explore the future of MFL teaching and learning including through online provisions and the use of technology, and what continued catch-up provisions look like for language learning.

Hear from a wide range of experts and peers including:
Ian Bauckham CBE, CEO, Tenax Schools Trust and Chair, Ofqual and Panel Member, Review of Subject Content for GCSE Modern Foreign Languages, Department for Education
Sharon Czudak, Qualification Product Developer for Modern Foreign Languages, Pearson Qualification Services
Judith Rowland Jones, Head of Curriculum: Languages, AQA
Dr Rachel Hawkes, Co-Director, NCELP (National Centre for Excellence for Language Pedagogy) and Director of International Education and Research, Cam Academy Trust