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Let’s hear it for German!

Let’s hear it for German!

Let’s hear it for German! Sue Gibbs, a teacher in Cumbria, speaks about her passion for the German language, why it remains relevant and important in our schools as well as some of the challenges faced. The rest of this post can only be viewed by members. Please...
Handball auf Deutsch

Handball auf Deutsch

Nigel Pearson, Leighton Academy, Cheshire   On the 21 and 22 September 2015, Year 5 children at Leighton Academy experienced a special German language and sport activity. At Leighton we often weave language activities around the curriculum; covering dragons in German,...
Blogging from Germany

Blogging from Germany

Ceri Anwen James, Ysgol Gyfun Bro Edern Recently, pupils from Ysgol Gyfun Bro Edern, a Welsh-medium comprehensive school in Cardiff visited their new exchange school in Germany for the first time. While staying with pupils from the Leininger Gymnasium in Grünstadt...
Think German Wales Network

Think German Wales Network

Julian Preece (Professor of German at Swansea University) Following the Oxford German Network model and at the suggestion of the German Cultural Attaché, the Think German Wales Network was launched at Swansea on 10 July by MEP Jill Evans. She was the keynote speaker...

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