About us

Environmental education

Covering PPA in schools since 2018, we pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality MFL and Environmental Learning  cover for all of our partner schools. Two specific programmes are offered – children can follow either a curriculum that offers a combination of a foreign language with an environmental education, or solely a curriculum which teaches about the environment.

Environmental Education & Language Learning

At Gramacri our slogan is ‘Learn a New Language While Helping the Planet!‘ In other words, we integrate Environmental Education into languages teaching to reinforce the importance of environment preservation among young children.

Our PPA Cover and Clubs from Early Years to Key Stage 2 are available in FrenchSpanishItalianGerman and Mandarin Chinese.

All our MFL programmes have been developed in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum 2014, as well as the government proposals to build an education system resilient to Climate Change. We ensure young children meet the milestones, and become aware of the environmental challenges ahead of us. They will learn both: a foreign language and how to play their part in halting nature’s decline. Our interactive and engaging lessons combine in fact the most popular language topics with environmental education.

Why to choose Gramacri?

Qualified Staff

  • Qualified MFL Teachers or Native Speaking Instructors
  • Free of charge MFL Deep Dive support and Webinars
  • Detailed lesson plans and differentiated resources
  • 5 different languages to choose from
  • Environmental Education & Clubs
  • Progress checks throughout the academic year
  • Enhanced DBS checked
  • Experienced in behaviour management
  • Fully insured

Outstanding Provision

PPA Cover in Languages and Environmental Learning
Languages Clubs and Eco Clubs
Holiday Languages Clubs and Holiday Eco Clubs
End of Year Competition for all our Year 6 pupils. They can win 3 tickets to fly to the country where the Target Language is spoken. The tickets will be given to the winner of the competition at the end of the academic year.
GCSE exam preparation courses in Modern Foreign Languages which are prepared to match both: the Edexcel as well as the AQA examining board specifications.
GCSE Skills Practice for GCSE learners.
Catch up Classes in Languages for lower ability students as well as SENDs
Gifted & Talented Students Languages Sessions
Outstanding Online Language Classes with qualified teachers or native speaking tutors
Maximum flexibility allowing you to customise your schedule. Pick lesson times that fit around your lifestyle and learn online from any location
Unlimited access to our library with outstanding resources to practice whenever and wherever you want from your phone, tablet or computer

Tailored Teaching, Differentiated Resources and Environmental Education

Gramacri offers not only Environmental Education integrated into Language Teaching, but also Tailored Teaching Methods and Differentiated Resources to EYFSKS1KS2 and GCSE students. Additionally, we provide Personlised Language Plans to everyone who start learning a new language online with us. Have a look at:

Online Classes

We also supply high-quality Online Language Tuition to everyone who want to master a new language regardless of their level or ability. Additionally, we combine outstanding teaching with great resources downloadable from our library. Our online courses are available in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Mandarin Chinese and English.

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