The UK's most popular KS3 Spanish course
Our market-leading course ¡Viva! for KS3 Spanish builds key language skills at KS3 ready for GCSE (9-1) and is packed with content your pupils will enjoy learning. With a strong cultural focus and a wide range of differentiated resources for all abilities, ¡Viva! opens the window to the Spanish-speaking world.
- Enables all abilities to progress with fully differentiated print and digital resources, including parallel differentiated Pupil Books for Year 9.
- With our renowned pupil-friendly approach to grammar, you can be sure pupils are ready to progress when they move to GCSE (9-1).
- Key sounds of Spanish are introduced using phonics to helps pupils establish good Spanish pronunciation and spelling.
New ¡Viva! Segunda edición!
We've added 'Adelante' pages which pool and revise the language from each module and provide even more practice for GCSE-style tasks, including authentic and literary texts, role-play, picture based tasks and translations.
Download our new course guide for ¡Viva! Segunda edición (PDF, 14MB) to find out more and order your free evaluation pack.
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¡Viva! gives your pupils a real taste of Spanish culture with with up-to-date resources that bring language learning to life.
Our ActiveLearn service combines front-of-class teaching resources with online homework and practice exercises, as well as planning and assessment materials to help monitor your pupils' progress.
"The real strength of the course is the way it provides strong progression throughout, building in both support and challenge at the same time. Each unit is carefully structured to provide the “stepping stones” for pupils to learn, practise and then quickly apply their new learning.”
Chris Lillington, Prince Henry’s Grammar School, Otley, West Yorkshire