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Kingsford Community College

The UCL IOE Confucius Institute is a national advice centre for the teaching of Chinese in schools. Our support includes curriculum planning, teaching materials, teacher training and research. We have an extensive network of secondary and primary Confucius Classrooms across England, schools which have both Chinese language and learning about China firmly embedded in their curriculum and which give advice, support and taster class to other schools intending to start teaching Chinese in their local area.  


Kingsford Community School is a Confucius Classroom based in London that is committed to developing the teaching of Chinese and have  achieved great success with the subject in recent years.

In this performance, a teacher and five students discuss what they might do for the upcoming Mandarin Speaking Competition. The students came up with many  ideas, such as singing and a martial arts performance. Finally they reach an agreement, the performance will be the discussion that they've just had.


"The day was superb, and although full of plenty of deep thinking, it also had a very relaxed and welcoming feel to it." - Dominic Wyse, Professor of Early Childhood and Primary Education
"Well done for the Festival. The sessions I attended were excellent!" - Andy Smart, Publishing Consultant, The Independent    
I found LFE a truly inspiring occasion. It had lively, stimulating and relaxing environment where all the participants were able to enjoy the enriching festival activities, at the same time adding to their knowledge the experiences of different aspects of education.- Kausar Ali, Teacher and Contributor
"...Both ourselves and our very passionate group of students so much valued being part of and contributing to such a superb and stimulating event...such a buzz and such a creative and thought provoking buzz seemed to be everywhere and we really felt the benefit." - Paul Morall, Chickenshed
"...the Festival was absolutely fantastic. It was lively, stimulating, imaginative and fun. My own regret is not being able to attend all the sessions. Congratulations. What an achievement." - Anne Nicholls, Communications and PR consultant, AN Communications