This competition has now closed, but you can find the results on the Vocab Express website.

The Vocab Express League of Champions is back for 2016, due to run from Wednesday 28 September until Tuesday 04 October 2016 – the perfect way to celebrate the European Day of Languages – and you still have time to enrol your school!

The competition is a fantastic way to engage students in language learning by challenging them to compete against other schools across the UK and from around the world. The 2015 competition saw an amazing 35 million points scored by over 33,000 students from more than 300 schools, both in the UK but also as far afield as the UAE and Karachi, competing both as an individual and on behalf of their school to appear at the top of the leaderboard.

Students will this year have the opportunity to compete across a record 14 languages: French, Spanish, German, Italian, Mandarin, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Urdu, Arabic, Hebrew, Latin and Ancient Greek. All of the action can be tracked on our live leaderboards throughout the week, and there are certificates and prizes on offer for the highest scoring schools and students.

This year, Vocab Express are offering 100 free places for the competition to ALL members not currently subscribed to Vocab Express* – for up to 150 students. These places are filling up fast, so click here now to enrol your school.

If you are interested to know what else Vocab Express has to offer outside of the competition, why not sign up for a completely free trial? This will give you access to the full suite of features for 3-4 weeks – progress monitoring, homework setting, class scoreboards and more – and enable you to see the value a Vocab Express subscription could bring to the languages department in your school.

Vocab Express look forward to seeing you on the start line on 28 September at 08:00 GMT!

*Note: existing subscribers do not need to re-register for the League of Champions – instead, just ask your Vocab Express school administrator to log in and enrol the school.

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