Modern language assistants bring authentic language and culture to the classroom. In a recent survey of host schools, heads of languages reported improved exam results – raising standards in under-performing students and motivating talented students to achieve more.
The support of an assistant is particularly valuable with the on-going focus on languages in the 1+2 initiative, and can particularly help to complement the development of language teaching in primary schools.
The British Council Language Assistants Programme draws on over 100 years of experience with overseas education authorities to provide a trusted, high quality service.
Applications are now open.