North East News

European Day of Languages 2014 North East Competition Results

Date: 5th December 2014

ALLNE / Network for Languages NE/ Routes into Languages NE European Day of Languages Competition 2014   The judges reviewed entries on Monday 13th.  October 2014. Although there seemed to be less envelopes over all than last year Judges were pleased by the content of  many of the entries and especially by the evidence of independent and creative writing, using familiar (and less familiar) language.

A look ahead for Routes into Languages North East

Date: 13th June 2014

The aptly named ‘Routes into the Future’ event at Newcastle University on Thursday 12th June brought together the full Routes into Languages North East consortium team, senior representatives of the partner universities, teachers, school pupils and the many and varied individuals across the region who have supported their work in recent years.    

North East pupils announced winners of the Oxford German Olympiad 2014

Date: 10th June 2014

A team of students from King Edward VI School in Morpeth will be swapping the northern climes of Northumberland for the dreaming spires of Oxford thanks to their success in the Oxford German Network German Olympiad 2014.     Winners of the Group Film category, the group of seven pupils were charged with creating a play or film about any aspect of German society, life, events or culture in 1914, in homage to the huge significance of the First World War still clear a whole century later.    

Sporting Success for North East School

Date: 6th June 2014

With Brazil gearing up ahead of the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, a group of Year 9 boys from King Edward VI School in Morpeth are already basking in the light of their success.  

A poetic performance from North East pupils!

Date: 28th June 2014

On June 27th 2014, two pupils from the North East travelled to a national celebration event at Manchester Metropolitan University to be crowned regional winners of this year’s Mother Tongue Other Tongue poetry competition.  

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