• Languages Trends 2021 – The Bili Way

    By Charlie Foot, July 22, 2021

    Bili’s summary and our own take on Language Trends 2021. The decline in MFL deepens, but what can be done about it?

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  • Connecting Language Learners After Brexit and Covid

    By Rachel Eager, July 8, 2021

    Last Monday, 5th July, Joe Dale and Bili Languages joined teams and hosted an in-depth discussion about language learning and how virtual exchanges can be the solution to keeping the spark and buzz to languages especially in the current context plagued with Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • #MFL Chat

    By Rachel Eager, July 6, 2021

    Catch up on our #MFLChat on Twitter!

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  • Bili And The Curriculum

    By Emily, Oasis Academy , August 31, 2020

    Emily Gasche, the MFL network lead for Oasis academies lets us know what drew her to Bili and her experience of setting her school up.

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  • Finding your partner school

    By Matthew Pryke, July 10, 2020

    At Bili, we provide the space and the tools for teachers and students across the world to connect with each other; so we know a thing or two about finding that perfect partner school.

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  • Bili: Impact and Research

    By Charlie Foot, June 3, 2020

    I set up Bili as an indirect result of my MA in Education at the IOE. The weekly evening sessions (after my longest 7 period day), provided a space to reflect on the bigger picture than the piles of photocopying, marking and countless phone calls on my to-do list.

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  • Bilipals between Ghana and Estonia

    By Charlie Foot, April 8, 2020

    This blogpost profiles a school partnership we have set up between teachers Emmanuel Akasegri and Pillerin Arge. In this project we are collaborating with Teach For All to build an international community of language teachers, including Emmanuel representing Teach For Ghana and Pillerin from Noored Kooli (Teach for Estonia).

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  • Connecting the Dots

    By Charlie Foot, March 26, 2020

    As Bili Connects draws to an end, we delve a little deeper into the project and the exchanges between students spanning the UK, and 8 African countries and involving 35 different universities. Here we will look at the structure, the tools used and most importantly focus in on the real connections between individual participants.

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