Case Study & Testimonials

Megan Moore

(Fleetwood's Charity Primary School - Lancashire)


We recently renewed our Language Angels subscription and changed from French to Spanish. So far we have started all of the children in KS2 on the early learning programme as the children have only ever been introduced to Spanish in the past. The lessons are engaging and really easy for all of our teachers to use. We are all very happy with it and are confident that it is all there so is one less lesson to have to worry about planning for! The children have responded well and we feel like the children in our school have had a good introduction to speaking Spanish!

Alexandra Morgan

(The Crescent Primary School- Croydon)


The thought of teaching French to me was horrendous due to lack of knowledge and expertise. However, using the Language Angels programme my confidence has grown and there is a clear structure to the lessons with great progression. The best part of the scheme is the recorded vocabulary phrases, without this I would not be able to teach being a non speaker myself. This has meant my confidence has grown as I don’t need to worry about pronunciation and can learn alongside the children. The children have now become more active within their French lessons, learning with me. For anyone lacking in confidence in this area this is an invaluable resource and comes highly recommended.

Sangeetha Batra Vecchi

(Holywell Primary School - Hertfordshire)


I really enjoy using Language Angels in my Spanish primary teaching. The graphics are attractive and colourful and my young learners find the activities engaging and fun. I particularly like the sound buttons which are voiced by native speakers so that the children can hear and try and reproduce native-speaker pronunciation. There are lots of brilliant go-to worksheets such as crosswords and matching up activities which I can pick and choose and are often differentiated too. The interactive games are fabulous for motivating students and I often use them as starters or plenaries or even just for fun. Thank you so much for the plentiful resources and lesson ideas.

Louise Bates

(St Peter & St Paul Catholic Primary School - Bolton)


We had a high school Spanish teacher (an expert to us) in the other day and the headteacher asked her to look at Language Angels for us to see if it offered our staff and children support and quality and give us her opinion. She was amazed by it and said that our children were far more advanced than other primary schools that she visits. She was very impressed and said that she wished she had known about this resource before. I was surprised that she hadn't heard of it. I feel so lucky and fortunate to have this amazing resource. More people should know that you are out there and what your website offers the staff and children.

Claire Cameron

(Oakridge Junior School - Hampshire)


For many of our staff, the thought of teaching a language was a daunting task due to a lack of confidence and expertise. They weren’t secure on where to begin or how the progression of skills would work which lead to the patchy teaching of languages. However, within months of introducing the Language Angels programme, our teachers are a lot more confident and enthusiastic to teach languages. The best parts of the scheme are: the recorded vocabulary phrases on every lesson; and clear and easy to follow medium and short term planning designed with clear progression of skills. This has meant even the least confident members of our staff have become more confident and enthusiastic. As a result, our children have been more engaged in the learning and enjoying the interactive lessons and games. Not only this, but the units of work have clear assessment opportunities planned in to allow the tracking and monitoring of progress identifying the children who are at Age Related Expectations, above or below. The impact and value for money can not be argued with.

Fatma Saraci

(St Mary's Catholic Primary School - London)


"Language Angels is a very well thought our program which is designed to cater for all ages across the primary range. It is fun and engaging and consolidates learning before moving onto the next topic. It teaches children strategies they can use when learning Spanish, that can also be applied to other languages." "Language Angels has been put together very coherently and is effective in teaching children to communicate even in the early stages of their language learning. It's a great program and I would highly recommend it to other schools."

Fiona McLean

(Lionel Walden Primary School - Cambridgeshire)


The Language Angels programme has been invaluable to me. I teach French across the whole of Key Stage 2 so having suggested planning is really useful as I can ensure progression through the year groups. The online resources are engaging and the Year 3 children love the songs! Paolo is always on the end of an email with technical support and advice whenever I have needed it. I would happily recommend Language Angels to specialist and non-specialist language teachers.

Year 5 Teacher

(Minster CE Primary School - Wiltshire)


Language Angels is really easy and simple to use. The lesson plans are easy to follow and they have a great variety of resources. The children really enjoy playing the games. The assessments are useful and link well to the topic that has been covered.

Laura Payne

(Old Park School - West Midlands)


Language Angels has been a life saver for me as a non specialist language subject lead. The lessons are engaging, interactive and the children love completing the games. The subject lead area has everything that you need to support colleagues with the delivery of French. The Language Angels team are always available by email to provide help and support where necessary, and they have provided additional units that were not originally covered. All resources are of a high quality and as a school we would definitely recommend purchasing a subscription.

Mrs Russell & Year 4 Class .

(Clarborough Primary School - Nottinghamshire)


I’ve been teaching our Year 4 class this morning and we decided to send you an email. The units we have used this year are: Le Petit Chaperon Rouge, the Christmas Unit, Je Peux, Les Fruits and Les Instruments. We enjoyed Le Petit Chaperon Rouge very much because we knew the story. When we finished Les Fruits we made fruit salad, had croissants and French bread. The games are brilliant and good fun, they help us to learn how to read and pronounce the French words properly. The lesson activities are interesting (we love the sound effects) and help us to do the worksheets. Our teacher loves Language Angels and enjoys teaching us French because the planning and resources are so well thought out.