Aimed at researchers, policymakers, teachers and students working in the languages field, we seek to share the latest research findings and professional development resources developed as part of or alongside projects.

We are committed to building a genuinely inclusive approach to language that values and supports the linguistic capital present within our society and sees multilingualism as a key resource in the modern world.

We recognise that language development is a dynamic process strongly influenced by social and political forces and inseparable from culture and identity. We are particularly interested in exploring pedagogies that address a wide range of learner backgrounds and opportunities afforded by different educational settings and home and community links.

The multilingualism research group meets regularly during term time. If you would like to join us or have any enquiries, please get in touch with us via Alessia Cogo and Vally Lytra.