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Why a renewed Key Stage 3 Framework for languages?

The renewed Key Stage 3 Framework will improve alignment with the Key Stage 2 Framework, strengthening transfer and transition, and will also enhance strategic alignment with the 2008 secondary curriculum, all in the context of languages for ages 7–11.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages: introduction

Sets out the aims of the Framework. The Framework is appropriate to learners of all languages. It identifies yearly learning objectives that will help when planning coverage of the programme of study and establish a minimum expectation for the progression of most pupils.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

How the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages assists planning

The Framework makes connections between strands, substrands and learning objectives so that they can be clustered together. Includes two examples of how the Framework can help with planning.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages: Exemplification

The exemplification suggests a number of routines, strategies and activities which can help improve pupils' mastery of specific framework objectives. The examples are not meant to be a comprehensive checklist. They can help teachers review specific aspects of teaching and learning, widen their teaching repertoire, adapt current units of work and/or develop new units of work. Most of the examples are applicable to any language.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Additional support for using the Key Stage 3 design and technology Framework and training materials

Leaflet providing guidance for D+T subject leaders and teachers using the Key Stage 3 design and technology Framework and materials.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Assessment

How teachers can use the Framework objectives to support assessment. For further information see the Assessment for Learning e-module.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Using ICT

How teachers can use ICT to enhance language learning. ICT can be used for motivation and for a number of specific purposes. For further information see the ICT e-module .

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Using the target language

An introduction to the concept of 'target language' and guidance on using the target language, including how much pupils should be exposed to it and the use of English in lessons. Also includes guidance on using the Framework and target language in the classroom and ways in which teachers can address the Framework objectives to support use of the target language in departments.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages guidance: Intercultural understanding

An explanation of the objectives in this strand of the Key Stage 3 Framework for languages and how these relate to personal, learning and thinking skills as well as social and emotional aspects of learning.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The Key Stage 3 Framework for languages: Glossary of terms

The glossary lists and explains some of the terms used in the exemplification. The definitions in this glossary may not always match those traditionally used by teachers of languages but are offered as an aid to consistency. They will also give teachers of languages an indication of the terms which pupils may be meeting in their English and literacy teaching at both primary and secondary.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011