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Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by MoragCooper, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. I have been asked to present my ideas about the future of languages in my school to Management in a couple of weeks. Trying not to panic, but want to make sure I have all my facts correct. When is this due to become legislation and is there anything written anywhere stating the percentage of pupils that will have to study it? I am in a challenging school which has marginalised MFL and just want to make sure that I am well prepared and make sure that i get the best deal now we are back in favour!!
  2. marmot.morveux

    marmot.morveux New commenter

    It's not based on percentages of pupils as such. Your management needs to look at who is likely to achieve C or above in English, Maths, 2 Sciences, HIstory (or Geography) and an MFL - the EBacc only applies to those students.


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