The teacher and school-led programmes are being organised in order to support the new languages curriculum, which came into effect this term.
There are nine projects in total and the aim is to support more than 2,000 primary and secondary schools over the next two years.
The projects are based in Warrington, Reading, Warwick, Winchester, Cornwall, Birmingham, Gloucestershire, and Leicester. A ninth will work across a number of schools in the North East, East of England and North Midlands.
From this term, primary schools are now required to teach languages at key stage 2 and a majority of the projects will feature collaborative work between primaries and secondaries.
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