Creativity with Languages in Schools - A Report

Laura Ludtke

The Creativity with Languages in Schools report documents the impacts of Creative Multilingualism’s work in and with schools from 2016 to 2020. Most of the programme’s work took place in England and Wales, but the report also shows the international influence it has had. Evidence for five main impacts – Professional Development, Creativity, Perceptions, Networks and Connections, and Motivation – is presented from across the seven CML research strands and from the Multilingual Performance Project which ran from January 2018 to June 2020.

The report features testimonials and feedback from teachers, students and other professionals detailing their own experiences of CML and MPP workshops, performances and other creative interactions. You’ll find details of a wide variety of range of engaging activities from immersive multilingual plays, films and a massive concert by primary-aged children to interdisciplinary festivals, conferences and training events for MFL teachers as they work towards making their language teaching more creative.

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