Differentiation and Mixed Ability Teaching in MFL

  •  How to thrive with diverse learners in your classroom:
    • most able
    • middle learners
    • least able
  • New practical tools to immediately embed:
    • whole-class teaching
    • pupil progress
    • pupil inclusion
    • differentiation
  • Use differentiation and inclusion to get to Ofsted’s Outstanding
Martine Pillette

Martine Pillette

Dates: 7th Jul 2017, 13th Jul 2017

Martine Pillette is an independent consultant, trainer and author specialising in MFL at KS2-5. She is regularly involved in national initiatives and is well-known for providing engaging, practical training. Much of her current work addresses issues recently raised by Ofsted.

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Address the government drive for inclusion and progression

  • raising standards
  • narrowing the gap
  • personalised learning
  • challenging all learners
  • Address a host of curriculum and Ofsted requirements
  • Incorporate differentiation into schemes of work
  • Ensure "middle learners" don't get left behind


Step-by-step guide to differentiation in MFL

Unpick the key forms of differentiation

Develop collaborative learning in mixed ability classes

Evaluate pupils’ ability, needs and progress

Increase engagement and motivation for all learners


A host of practical activities to use immediately

  • easy to adapt activity styles
  • differentiation activities
  • classroom management techniques
  • collaborative learning strategies
  • student and peer management techniques
  • creative and exciting learning activities
  • new pedagogical approaches

Create an effective and inclusive learning environment to accelerate pupil progress

First delegate rate

£279 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£259 + VAT