Hi At KS3 what do you do with native speakers? I teach Spanish and have a few Spanish and Portuguese speakers in all years at KS3. At KS4 it's fairly easy as I can get them to write more complex sentences, think about nuance, prepare them for exams early and eventually allow them time in lessons to revise for other subjects. However at KS3 many don't quite have the writing skills or the knowledge of world issues to cope with A-level or even some GCSE topics, so i'm wondering what things you do with these students. Things I've tried: -Getting them to help others -Prepare project booklets on the topic with more complex language -Deliver parts of the lesson (if they aren't shy) -Give them authentic magazines and books to read when they finish the work set. Your ideas and experiences would be most welcome.