This competition has now closed, but you can read about the winners here.

ALLNE, Network for Languages North East and partners are once again organizing the annual European Day of Languages 2017 Competition for Schools.

This year’s competition marks the 50th anniversary since Dr. Martin Luther King received an honorary degree from Newcastle University and also leads up the 50th anniversary of his death, in January 2018.

The organizing committee invites language learners in any Key Stage to create a piece of text on the theme: I have a dream. For younger pupils this may be a short, illustrated description of a dream, using words, phrases or sentences. For older pupils, this may be a longer text, at least several sentences, and the theme could be broadened to social issues, international friendships, aspirations, or could remain in the realm of the imaginary.

Please note that no entry can be larger than a sheet of A4 paper.

Find out more about this competition here.

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