LOMLOE at a glance

What are the aims of the new Education Law? What does it mean for the English curriculum? What can we do in the English classroom to develop the competences the law outlines? This is your space to learn everything about LOMLOE.

Advancing with you

We know that changes in the Educational System can be challenging and bring up plenty of questions for everyone. We're here to help you understand the new Educational Law, the key competences that it outlines and to support you on implementing the LOMLOE in your English teaching practice. 

A look at the new Education Law

The passing of the Organic Law 3/2020, 29 December, which is popularly known as LOMLOE, puts in place a process of reform of the Educational System in Spain.

The aim of the law is to ensure the provision of a quality education with equal opportunities for one and all. LOMLOE aims to help equip young people with the necessary competences to meet the demands of the global and digital world of today and tomorrow: to meet the demands of societal change.

Key focuses

The LOMLOE sets out five key focuses:


Check out these short videos to learn the key information about the LOMLOE:

Want to know more?

Follow our blog to get a better insight into each of the key focuses set out in the LOMLOE:

LOMLOE: a look at the new Education Law

Have a closer look at the five key focuses of the law and its mission to create the right ‘leaver profile’ for success in life through developing transferable competences.

Tackling Climate Change Head On

Tackling Climate Change Head On

One of the five guiding principles of the LOMLOE is an increased focus on sustainable development and global citizenship. Check out the changes the law introduces and how you can adapt your classes to meet them.

Ensuring gender equality in school: LOMLOE

Ensuring gender equality in school: LOMLOE

Spain’s new education law, the LOMLOE, brings the country in line with global views and goals regarding gender equality.

LOMLOE: Making our classroom an inclusive place to be

Inclusion is one of the five pillars of the new education law, the LOMLOE, which is coming into force. In this blog post we look at what inclusion means and provide resources that will help us be inclusive in our teaching practice.

LOMLOE Resources

Here you'll find a useful range of resources to bring the LOMLOE to your English lessons:

LOMLOE and our courses

All our courses are aligned with the LOMLOE: