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Inspire all your 11-14 French students

  • Immerses students in the French-speaking world with insights into culture and traditions
  • Builds a curriculum that’s right for your school with a flexible two level structure that can be taught over 2 or 3 years
  • Provides logical grammar progression, vocabulary acquisition and language-learning strategies
  • Supports all abilities with differentiated activities integrated throughout the course
  • Saves you time with a bank of digital resources delivered through Kerboodle
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Series contains:

  • 2 Student Books
  • 2 Grammar & Skills Workbook Packs
  • 2 Teacher Handbooks
  • 2 Audio CD Packs
  • 2 Kerboodle: Resources, Lessons & Assessment
  • 2 Kerboodle Books
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Read the Allez Impact Study

Read the Allez 11-14 Impact Study

Allez 11-14 Impact Study

An independent research company, Shift Learning, carried out an impact study to determine the perceived impact of Allez on increasing students’ readiness for the next level of study. Read the report to find out what they said...


  • "Allez is fantastic – I wish we had had it sooner.  It is about time we had something to fill the gap between Expo, which seems empty and dull.  Allez can be used with every single student in the school, is challenging and supportive, engaging, entertaining, full of resources and just a brilliant resource to use.  We will definitely be buying a copy for every student!"

    David McEwen, Head of French at King Edward VI Handsworth

  • "Oxford's new course for KS3 Allez provides guidance and inspiration...Allez is exciting because of its imagination, flexibility and ethos."

    Bernadette Holmes, Languages Today

  • "We've used Oxford resources for many years, but in the Allez 1 and Kerboodle package it feels like we've discovered a brand new treasure trove of highly useable and really effective resources, which fit well with the demands of the new curriculum and of the 21st century classroom."

    Richard Starkie, Head of Modern Languages, Four Dwellings Academy

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