hi all, I’m after advice please! My school is currently following Ebacc for GCSE and as a result, we have some students opting for MFL because they see it as easier than the other ebacc options (?) or that it’s the best option of a ‘challenging bunch’ and these students typically struggle academically. This has left us with a cohort of VERY mixed ability students studying MFL at GCSE in mixed ability classes, the less able moaning that they didn’t want to do MFL anyway and they only chose it as there ‘was nothing else’ they could do.... this is proving extremely difficult to teach. Obviously I’m all for differentiation but it is virtually impossible to differentiate for students who are targeted a 8-9 grade and who need to be challenged at all times (teaching to the top) and then for students who are targeted a 1-2 grade at GCSE in the same class - very often, one of these groups of students is left frustrated/bored and/or lacking in confidence. (We also have the issue of teaching the 4 skills to the two tiers of exam, foundation and higher.) What about in your schools? Do you set classes at KS4?