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Cambridge Young Learners


Help children to pursue their dreams.

School is where dreams and learning start. In the fast-changing world we believe that a happy motivating environment and 21st century life competencies help children flourish and achieve confidence for success. Our materials for teaching English support this approach.

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Global Schools Festival 2020

What does a positive future look like for language teaching beyond 2020?

Streaming live from our three virtual 'stages', we'll look to answer the big questions about the future of teaching and learning in schools around the world. Students are becoming more and more aware of their social responsibility and will come to you with their questions and conerns. This event is designed to help you with your answers.

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The World of Better Learning

Visit our ‘World of Better Learning’ blog for ideas, insights and free resources, shared by language and education experts.

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Everything you need, from Cambridge

We want to help you find the right solution for your needs, from course materials to support and teacher training. Get in touch with us today and we'll help you to create a Better Learning experience.

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Oracy in the primary classroom 

Discover why oracy goes much further than just speaking skills, and learn how to integrate it into your primary lessons with our 6-part blog series from Kimberley Silver.

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  • Make children’s online learning a virtual voyage of discovery. 

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Cambridge Young Learners

Resources for teachers

  • What is oracy?

    Watch an oracy lesson in action with students at the University of Cambridge Primary School and hear from experts about the benefits of incorporating oracy into lessons. 

  • Songs to help children sparkle and shine online!

    David Valente demonstrates fun and physical songs to give you confidence and inspiration for integrating them into your online teaching.

  • Tips for engaging young learners

    Join our Learn English with Cambridge YouTube presenters for tips on engaging young learners and developing their language skills. 


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