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The Outstanding Newly or Recently Qualified Modern Languages Teacher

How to survive and prosper in the early years of a long and fruitful career


Sorry, this course has been superseded by another course

This course no longer runs as an open course, instead you may be interested in Developing Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Assessment for NQTs.

However, if there is content on this course that doesn’t feature in Developing Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Assessment for NQTs then contact us and we can organise tailored in-house training to cover exactly what you are looking for.

Call the in-house team on 020 8253 8241 for more information.

Suitable for: Newly qualified languages teachers looking for inspiration and support in their role in UK secondary or special schools.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 7751WW

This course is about the early stages of teaching in the modern languages department and it aims to give you a set of strategies and tools to enable you to flourish as a languages teacher. During the course we shall look at the job itself, negotiating the personalities you may encounter, developing time-saving teacher toolkits, laying the foundations for a great career ahead and finally thinking about your own wellbeing.

  • Understand the job and the mechanisms of support within schools
  • Deal more effectively with parents, pupils and colleagues
  • Set yourself into a professional context
  • Share and develop a set of time-saving teaching strategies for immediate use
  • Plan your career and get the next job
  • Look after your own wellbeing and see that as a professional duty


The job itself
  • The emotions — telling your stories
  • Support and how to find and use it
  • Planning
The people
  • Parents
  • Pupils
  • Colleagues
In lessons
  • The climate for learning
  • The content
  • The flow
The future ahead
  • You as a professional
  • Routes forward
  • Looking after yourself
Very useful tips and good opportunity to reflect on our progress. Stefania Cauli, Sidcot School
Complete course. You get what you sign up for. Very friendly course instructor. Aurelie Lehmann, Orminston Bushfield Academy
A nice way to share ideas and evaluate current practice. Janette Brautlecht, St Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College
Excellent knowledge and content provided by the course leader. Jabeen Yousaf, Hodge Hill Girls' School
Good information - good discussions - good experience sharing with leader of the course and others. Melissa Leiva, The Streetly Academy
Very targeted to my needs. I feel that I leave the training with concrete, helpful tools. Charlotte Wery, The Manchester Grammar School
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