Adopt a Class Warwick
The Adopt a Class scheme links pupils in primary and secondary schools with MFL students on their study year abroad. The student is matched with a school and engages with teacher(s) and class(es) on regular basis using a range of electronic media (blogs, skype, email, etc...) during their year abroad. The Warwick Adopt a Class scheme asks students to respond to a range of specific needs and aspirations identified by the MFL teacher:
- materials to enhance delivery of the curriculum
- video and audio resources
- online reflections (especially intercultural reflections)
- target language interventions
- partnerships with host country schools (where students are placed as language assistants)
- classroom activities
This page will allow teachers and students to find out more about the project and its ambitions. It will also house resources and training materials that will be of use for participants.
Click here to see this year's Adopt a Class introductory presentation, which includes a reflection from one of this year's student ambassadors.
To bring schools and university students together to share the excitement of studying other languages and cultures.
To create, share and curate resources for Key Stages 3, 4, and 5 through the partnerships below.
Schools that have participated in the project
The Warwick School of Modern Languages and Culture
The Warwick Centre for Teacher Education
If you would like to participate:
Email either Cathy Hampton (project lead) at:
c dot m dot hampton at warwick dot ac dot uk