Teaching Resources

Discover a wide range of free educational resources for primary and secondary teachers and students of French at all levels, including worksheets, powerpoints, subtitled documentaries, reading notes, grammar and language e-books, and more.


The “Learn” section on Culturethèque provides a wide range of free educational resources for teachers and students of French at all levels. The “Primary French Project” is a part of this section and offers sound-embedded powerpoints. Secondary school resources include subtitles documentaries and accompanying worksheets, in partnership with the INA. Detailed reading notes, grammar and language e-books are also available.

More information on Culturethèque website


IFprofs UK officially launched during the Language Show London in mid-October and is now open to all teachers of French across the country. Connect with others, share resources, events, and professional development, all for free! Discover and make the most of this great collaborative platform by joining us here.

Arsenal Double Club


The Arsenal Double Club is an educational programme aimed at primary and secondary pupils combining football and modern foreign language learning.


Arsenal Double Club website

Resources from the Institut français d’Ecosse

The Institut français d’Ecosse is dedicated to promoting the learning and teaching of French among Scottish schools. They support primary and secondary teachers with free online resources and CPDs within their local authority.

Resources for primary schools

Resources for secondary schools


International French-language television channel TV5Monde offers interactive exercises based on a wide range of videos. Ready-made worksheets and cultural guidance are also available. The identified levels refer to the CEFR.

Read more on TV5MONDE website


International French radio RFI provides pedagogical materials on current topics, for advanced students (Level B1-C2). An entertaining and challenging way to keep abreast of international and French events.

More information on RFI website

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