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Beat the Rat Race 2018

This event is fully booked
Date: 
Wednesday, 12 December, 2018 - 09:30 to 15:30
Event Type: 
Workshop
Region: 
North East
Location: 
The Language Resource Centre, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU

 

In collaboration with Europe Direct, Routes into Languages North East and The Language Resource Centre at Newcastle University present...



Beat the Rat Race: Using Languages To Get Ahead.

 

Speakers from a wide range of professional sectors will demonstrate how language skills have benefited them in their careers in a fun and interactive way. There will also be the opportunity to learn a completely new language during taster sessions run by our very own Student Language Ambassadors. With an exciting panel of real life linguists, language taster sessions and more, this event is designed to inspire your pupils to take languages forward at GCSE and show them just where it could take them in future.

 

The panellists all use languages in their jobs in some way and represent a wide variety of different fields and organisations in the region and beyond. This is a unique chance to highlight the opportunities available to those with a language qualification.

 

The event is open to groups of up to 10 pupils per school who are in their options year (Year 8/9). The event will take place on Wednesday 12th December 2018 from 09:30 -14:30. Please see below for a full programme and a promotional flyer.

 

Map: please see separate document or visit http://www.ncl.ac.uk/about/visit/maps.htm. The Language Resource Centre is in the Old Library Building, No. 26 on the Campus Map.

 

Key Information

 

  • This event is free of charge. However, a £50.00 cancellation fee will apply to any school which cancels with 1 week of the event.
  • Photographs will be taken throughout the day to record the event for our website and social media outlets.
  • The event is capped at 80 pupils with a maximum of 10 from any one school. Pupils must be accompanied by a DBS checked teacher and must not be left unsupervised at any time during the day. Our Student Ambassadors have not undergone DBS checks at this current time. A full list of pupil and teacher names and other details as requested must be emailed to helen.kenny@ncl.ac.uk no later than 4pm on Monday 12th November.
  • Please note that two school places (or 20 pupils from more than 2 schools) have been reserved for schools who did not get a place in either 2016 or 2017. Registration does not automatically guarantee your place. You will receive an email to confirm if you have/have not been allocated a place no later than 4pm Friday 2nd November.

 

Arrivals

Registration will be from 09:30 – 09:55 at the Language Resource Centre reception desk which will be clearly signposted. Please arrive punctually for a 10:00 start.

 

Transport

  • Drop-off: there is a drop-off point for buses on King’s Road outside the Hatton Gallery. If you enter from the Claremont Road entrance you can drop-off and walk the short distance to the venue.
  • Parking:  we regret that there is no parking available for buses of any kind on the university campus. Bus drivers must make their own arrangements for parking their vehicle during the event.
  • Public Transport: Newcastle University is easily accessible by bus, train and Metro. The nearest Metro station is Haymarket, a short walk from the venue.

 

Programme

Please see the accompanying document for a full programme for the day. Please note that this may be subject to minor change.

 

What to bring

Please ensure that you and your pupils bring along with you:

 

  1. The pre-delivered activity booklets, having completed the relevant sections in advance
  2. Completed pre-event pupil questionnaires for all pupils

 

Lunch

A lunch will be provided for all teachers and pupils free of charge. Please ensure that any dietary requirements are listed as part of the information provided in addition to teacher and pupils names.

 

Language Taster Sessions

School groups will be allocated to language taster sessions in advance, taking into account the language(s) already studied according to information provided in advance by the school.

 

Contact

If you have any further questions about the day, please email Language Learning Support Officer Helen Kenny (helen.kenny@ncl.ac.uk) or phone the Routes into Languages North East office on 0191 208 5454. For emergency contact on the day, please phone the Language Resource Centre reception on 0191 208 7490.

 

 

Programme:

09:30 - 09:55 School registration

10:00 - 10:10 Welcome & Introduction

10:10 - 10:25 Ice-breaker activity

10:30 - 11:30 Q&A session with panellists

11:35 - 12:10 Poster competition activity

12:15 - 12:55 Lunch

(provided free of charge)

13:00 - 14:00 Language taster sessions

14:05 14:15 Prize-giving for best poster

14:15 - 14:30 Event feedback & close

14:30 School departures

 

Please note that this programme may be subject to slight change

Booking information: 
  1. A maximum of 10 pupils plus 1-2 teacher chaperones are permitted per school
  2. Chaperones are responsible for supervising their pupils for the entire day
  3. Cancellation within a week of the event will incur a £50 administration charge
  4. 2 places (or 20 pupils) are reserved for schools who did not attend in 2016 or 2017
  5. Registering does not automatically guarantee your place at the event

Student Language Ambassador Programme 2018-19

Region: 
North East

Dear language enthusiasts!

We would like to invite you to be part of an exciting project. We at Routes into Languages North East work to encourage language learning and the uptake of languages at higher education level among school pupils in the region. In order to do this, however, we need our Newcastle University students to work with us as Student Language Ambassadors.

The role of a Student Language Ambassador is dynamic, varied and, above all, fun! Your work might range from giving motivational talks in schools to providing administrative support in the office and from participating in festivals and other cultural events to delivering language taster sessions and mini-lessons. We regularly rotate our Ambassadors to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate in a variety of events. The role is flexible - you decide when to work according to your own availability. Full training is provided to successful applicants. You will be paid at a rate of £8.65 per hour – this excludes time spent travelling, but we will reimburse your travel costs if working off-campus.

Acting as a Student Language Ambassador serves to benefit you in many ways, both personally and professionally. Not only is the role a unique opportunity to network with others within and outside of the University, it will also enable you to develop a multitude of key transferable skills that will enhance your future employability. We are keen that you learn as much as possible in the role and offer additional training opportunities whenever we can.

To apply, read the attached job description and person specification carefully, complete the application form and email it directly to routesne@newcastle.ac.uk by no later than Wednesday 3rd October 5:00pm. Alternatively, should electronic submission not be possible, please post the documents to:

Student Language Ambassador Applications
Language Resource Centre
Old Library Building
Newcastle University
NE17RU.

Please note that, if selected, the proposed dates for interviews and subsequent training are respectively the afternoons of Wednesday 10th October and Wednesday 17th October.

With best wishes,

Helen Kenny

Language Learning Support Officer
Newcastle University

European Apprentice 2018

This event is fully booked
Date: 
Wednesday, 27 June, 2018 - 09:15 to 14:45
Event Type: 
Workshop
Region: 
North East
Location: 
Language Resource Centre, Old Library Building, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU

Can your pupils be our next Apprentices?

A FREE one-day marketing challenge using French or Spanish and hosted at Durham and Newcastle Universities for more able and talented pupils.

The Challenge:

To complete a series of language based tasks; using all four skills and produce a short voice over for an advert for one of the region’s tourist attractions.

 

The winning team will be hired and their advert shared with the visitor attraction and on social media. The other teams will all be fired!

Schools may send one or two teams of 5 pupils from Y9/10.

The Spanish language day will be hosted at Durham University on 20 June.

The French language day will be hosted at Newcastle University on 27 June.

Both days begin at 0930 and conclude at 1500. Lunch is provided.

We are limited by space in both venues and early application is strongly recommended.

You can register for the Spanish event at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-spanish-apprentice-tickets-45682537700

Programme: 

Programme

0915                       Arrivals

0930                       Welcome and overview, health and safety

0935                       Challenge 1 (ice breaker)

1000                       Watch English version of The Auckland Project 

The Auckland Project is a multi million pound investment in Bishop Auckland in County Durham. It needs to share news of its tourism offer to audiences across the world to help attract visitors to the town.

1005                       Challenge 2Customer service

                                Look at feedback from customers and prepare a short reply in ENGLISH to a message of complaint and one complimenting the company. Marks awarded to each team (10 points for best response – 1 point)

1040 – 1050           Comfort break

1050                       Challenge 3 – Thinking of the consumer

What services does a business need to provide? Watch UBISOFT video and play word bingo.

1115                        Pupils will view television adverts: Groups to undertake two translation exercises; one French to English and one English to French.

1200 – 1240        Lunchtime

1245                       Challenge 4 – Making the ad

Pupils will use a powerpoint template to create an advert. Dictionary and language support from Ambassadors and staff.

1355                       Pupils to use flipchart sheets to write down benefits of foreign language skills, why linguists are more employable etc.

1410-1430            Completed adverts are shown and judging undertaken. (Each judge ranks 1-5. Team with most points scores 40, second 35, third 30, fourth 25, fifth and sixth 20 and the rest 15 points).

1430                       Feedback and close

1445                       Departures

Booking information: 

Registration information:

  1. Teachers may register 1 or 2 groups of 5 pupils from year 9/10
  2. Pupils must be currently studying French and have sufficient ability to undertake the days' events
  3. At least one DBS cleared teacher must accompany groups at a ratio of 1:10 or less
  4. Your registration is not confirmed until you have received an email confirmation
  5. Teachers must submit attendee information including dietary and other special requirements as requested in order to complete a suitable risk assessment
  6. Late cancellation, after 12 noon on June 13th 2018 will incur a £50 administration fee. The event is otherwise completely free of charge

If you wish to register for the Spanish version of the event at Durham University on June 20th 2018, go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-spanish-apprentice-tickets-45682537700

Beat The Rat Race 2017

This event is fully booked
Date: 
Wednesday, 13 December, 2017 - 09:30 to 14:30
Event Type: 
Workshop
Region: 
North East
Location: 
The Beehive, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU

In collaboration with Europe Direct, Routes into Languages North East and The Language Resource Centre at Newcastle University present... Beat the Rat Race: Using Languages To Get Ahead. 

Speakers from a wide range of professional sectors will demonstrate how language skills have benefited them in their careers in a fun and interactive way. There will also be the opportunity to learn a completely new language during taster sessions run by our very own Student Language Ambassadors. 
With an exciting panel of real life linguists, language taster sessions and more, this event is designed to inspire your pupils to take languages forward at GCSE and show them just where it could take them in future.

The panellists all use languages in their jobs in some way and represent a wide variety of different fields and organisations in the region and beyond. This is a unique chance to highlight the opportunities available to those with a language qualification.

The event is open to groups of up to 10 pupils per school who are in their options year (Year 8/9). The event will take place on Wednesday 13th December 2017 from 09:30 -14:30. Please see below for a full programme and a promotional flyer.

Map: please see separate document or visit http://www.ncl.ac.uk/about/visit/maps.htm. The Beehive is in the Old Library Building, No. 25 on the Campus Map.

 

Key Information

This event is free of charge. However, a £50.00 cancellation fee will apply to any school which cancels with 2 weeks of the event.

Photographs will be taken throughout the day to record the event of our website and social media outlets.

The event is capped at 80 pupils with a maximum of 10 from any one school. Pupils must be accompanied by a DBS checked teacher and must not be left unsupervised at any time during the day. Our Student Ambassadors have not undergone DBS checks at this current time. A full list of pupil and teacher names and other details as requested must be emailed to helen.kenny@ncl.ac.uk no later than 12 noon on Friday 17th November.

 

Arrivals

Registration will be from 09:30 – 09:55 at the Beehive registration desk which will be clearly signposted. Please arrive punctually for a 10:00 start.

 

Transport

Drop-off: there is a drop-off point for buses on King’s Road outside the Hatton Gallery. If you enter from the Claremont Road entrance you can drop-off and walk the short distance to the venue.

Parking:  we regret that there is no parking available for buses of any kind on the university campus. Bus drivers must make their own arrangements for parking their vehicle during the event.

Public Transport: Newcastle University is easily accessible by bus, train and Metro. The nearest Metro station is Haymarket, a short walk from the venue.

 

Programme

Please see the accompanying document for a full programme for the day. Please note that this may be subject to minor change.

 

What to bring

Please ensure that you and your pupils bring along with you:

The pre-delivered activity booklets, having completed the relevant sections in advance

Completed pre-event pupil questionnaires for all pupils

 

Lunch

A buffet lunch will be provided for teachers and pupils will be given a packed lunch free of charge, to be eaten in the Beehive. Please ensure that any dietary requirements are listed as part of the information provided in addition to teacher and pupils names.

 

Language Taster Sessions

School groups will be allocated to language taster sessions in advance, taking into account the language(s) already studied according to information provided in advance by the school.

 

Contact

If you have any further questions about the day, please email Language Learning Support Officer Helen Kenny (helen.kenny@ncl.ac.uk) or phone the Routes into Languages North East office on 0191 208 5454. For emergency contact on the day, please phone the Language Resource Centre reception on 0191 208 7490.

Programme: 
 

09:30 - 09:55 School registration

10:00 - 10:10 Welcome & Introduction

10:10 - 10:25 Ice-breaker activity

10:30 - 11:30 Q&A session with panellists

11:35 - 12:10 Poster competition activity

12:15 - 12:55 Lunch
(provided free of charge)

13:00 - 14:00 Language taster sessions

14:05 14:15 Prize-giving for best poster

14:15 - 14:30 Event feedback & close

14:30 School departures

Please note that this programme may be subject to change

Student Language Ambassador Programme 2017-18

Region: 
North East

Dear language enthusiasts!

We would like to invite you to be part of an exciting project. We at Routes into Languages North East work to encourage language learning and the uptake of languages at higher education level among school pupils in the region. In order to do this, however, we need our Newcastle University students to work with us as Student Language Ambassadors.

The role of a Student Language Ambassador is dynamic, varied and, above all, fun! Your work might range from giving motivational talks in schools to providing administrative support in the office and from participating in festivals and other cultural events to delivering language taster sessions and mini-lessons. We regularly rotate our Ambassadors to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate in a variety of events. The role is flexible - you decide when to work according to your own availability. Full training is provided to successful applicants. You will be paid at a rate of £8.64 per hour – this excludes time spent travelling, but we will reimburse your travel costs if working off-campus.

Acting as a Student Language Ambassador serves to benefit you in many ways, both personally and professionally. Not only is the role a unique opportunity to network with others within and outside of the University, it will also enable you to develop a multitude of key transferable skills that will enhance your future employability. We are keen that you learn as much as possible in the role and offer additional training opportunities whenever we can.

To apply, read the attached job description and person specification carefully, complete the application form and email it directly to routesne@newcastle.ac.uk by no later than Wednesday 4th October 5:00pm. Alternatively, should electronic submission not be possible, please post the documents to:

Student Language Ambassador Applications
Language Resource Centre
Old Library Building
Newcastle University
NE17RU.

Please note that, if selected, the proposed dates for interviews and subsequent training are respectively the afternoons of Wednesday 11th October and Wednesday 18th October.

With best wishes,

Helen Kenny

Language Learning Support Officer
Newcastle University

 

The European Apprentice

This event is fully booked
Date: 
Wednesday, 12 July, 2017 - 09:15 to 14:45
Event Type: 
Workshop
Region: 
North East
Location: 
Language Resource Centre, Old Library Building, Newcastle University NE1 7RU

Once again, Europe Direct North East and Routes into Languages North East are delighted to host the hugely successful one-day event aimed at Year 10 pupils of French: The European Apprentice.

Programme: 

 

Objectives

·         To understand and use appropriate persuasive language as a marketing tool

·         To better understand application of languages in a commercial context

 

Skills

·         Listening and speaking skills

·         Teamwork

·         Research using internet and social media video clips

·         Presentation skills

·         Entrepreneurship and development of understanding of the commercial world

 

School groups will visit the recently refurbished Newcastle University Language Resource Centre to take part in a competitive challenge to develop a marketing campaign in French for an assigned product. Split into small teams, pupils will have to create and pitch their designs to various linguist industry representatives who will also offer support in terms of presenting marketing strategy and experience. Current University student language ambassadors will also be on hand to assist pupils during the day.

Programme: 

Please be aware that the programme is currently provisional and may be subject to change.

09:15                           Arrival & Registration

09:30                           ‘Why languages are important to our business’ Industry Linguist (TBC)

09:50                           Text analysis activities:

  • Exercise 1: Online marketing
  • Exercise 2: Responding to complaints

11:00                           Break

11:15                           Viewing of French video advertisements (identification of key words)

11:20                           Translation exercise

12:00                           Lunch (provided free of charge)

12:45                           Main task: Each group will develop a short French advertisement for a chosen ‘Routes’ product using ‘Linguacast’ animation with support from student ambassadors

14:00                           Brand logo matching activity

14:20                           Presentation of finished adverts

14:30                           Feedback and prize-giving

14:45                           Departure

Booking information: 

Please register using the links available. Places are available for either 5 or 10 pupils of French per school (assuming 1 accompanying teacher per 5 pupils) but please be aware that registration does not automatically guarantee attendance and will only be fully confirmed following further correspondence with the Routes North East team. Many thanks in advance for your cooperation.
For further information please call 0191 208 5454 or email routesne@ncl.ac.uk

Booking information: 

Groups of either 5 or 10 pupils from any one school are welcome to register, with 1 or 2 teacher chaperones respectively. pupils should be year 10 studying French. Please inform event organisers as to any learning, mobility or dietary requirements you or your pupils may have. For further information please call 0191 208 5454 or email routesne@ncl.ac.uk

Region: 
North East

Calling all language enthusiasts,

We would like to invite you to be part of an exciting project. We at Routes into Languages North East work to encourage language learning and the uptake of languages at higher education level among school pupils in the region. In order to do this, however, we need our Newcastle University students to work with us as Student Language Ambassadors.

The role of a Student Language Ambassador is dynamic, varied and, above all, fun! Your work might range from giving motivational talks in schools to providing administrative support in the office and from participating in festivals and other cultural events to delivering language taster sessions and mini-lessons. We regularly rotate our Ambassadors to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate in a variety of events. The role is flexible - you decide when to work according to your own availability. Full training is provided to successful applicants. You will be paid at a rate of £8.64 per hour – this excludes time spent travelling, but we will reimburse your travel costs if working off-campus.

Acting as a Student Language Ambassador serves to benefit you in many ways, both personally and professionally. Not only is the role a unique opportunity to network with others within and outside of the University, it will also enable you to develop a multitude of key transferable skills that will enhance your future employability. We are keen that you learn as much as possible in the role and offer additional training opportunities whenever we can.

To apply, read the attached job description and person specification carefully, complete the application form and email it directly to routesne@newcastle.ac.uk alongside a tailored CV and Letter of Motivation by no later than Tuesday 11th October 12.00 noon. Alternatively, should electronic submission not be possible, please post the documents to:

Student Language Ambassador Applications
Language Resource Centre
Old Library Building
Newcastle University
NE17RU.

Please note that, if selected, the proposed dates for interviews and subsequent training are the afternoons of Wednesday 19th October and Wednesday 26th October.

With best wishes,

Helen Kenny

Language Learning Support Officer
Newcastle University

 

Beat the Rat Race 2016

This event is fully booked
Date: 
Wednesday, 14 December, 2016 - 09:30 to 14:30
Event Type: 
Workshop
Region: 
North East
Location: 
Newcastle University (The Beehive, Old Library Building)

In collaboration with Europe Direct, Routes into Languages North East presents... Beat the Rat Race: Using Languages To Get Ahead. 

Speakers from a wide range of professional sectors will demonstrate how language skills have benefited them in their careers in a fun and interactive way. There will also be the opportunity to learn a completely new language during taster sessions run by our very own Student Language Ambassadors. 
With an exciting panel of real life linguists, language taster sessions and more, this event is designed to inspire your pupils to take languages forward at GCSE and show them just where it could take them in future.

The panellists all use languages in their jobs in some way and represent a wide variety of different fields and organisations in the region and beyond. This is a unique chance to highlight the opportunities available to those with a language qualification.

The event is open to groups of up to 10 pupils per school who are in their options year (Year 8/9). The event will take place on Wednesday 14th December 2016 from 09:30 -14:30. Please see below for a full programme and a promotional flyer.

Programme: 

 

09:30 - 09:55 School registration

10:00 - 10:10 Welcome & Introduction

10:10 - 10:25 Ice-breaker activity

10:30 - 11:30 Q&A session with panellists

11:35 - 12:10 Poster competition activity

12:15 - 12:55 Lunch
(provided free of charge)

13:00 - 14:00 Language taster sessions

14:05 14:15 Prize-giving for best poster

14:15 - 14:30 Event feedback & close

14:30 School departures

Please note that this programme may be subject to change

Booking information: 

Joining Instructions: Beat the Rat Race 2016

Wednesday 14th December 2016
09:30 – 14:30

The Beehive, Old Library Building, Newcastle University, NE1 7RU

 

Map: please see separate document or visit http://www.ncl.ac.uk/about/visit/maps.htm. The Beehive is in the Old Library Building, No. 25 on the Campus Map.

 

Key Information

The event is capped at 100 pupils with a maximum of 10 from any one school. Pupils must be accompanied by a DBS checked teacher and must not be left unsupervised at any time during the day. Our Student Ambassadors have not undergone DBS checks at this current time. A full list of pupil and teacher names and other details as requested must be emailed to helen.kenny@ncl.ac.uk no later than Wednesday 30th November.

 

Arrivals

Registration will be from 09:30 – 09:55 at the Beehive registration desk which will be clearly signposted. Please arrive punctually for a 10:00 start.

 

Transport

Drop-off: there is a drop-off point for buses on King’s Road outside the Hatton Gallery. If you enter from the Claremont Road entrance you can drop-off and walk the short distance to the venue.

Parking:  we regret that there is no parking available for buses of any kind on the university campus. Bus drivers must make their own arrangements for parking their vehicle during the event.

Public Transport: Newcastle University is easily accessible by bus, train and Metro. The nearest Metro station is Haymarket, a short walk from the venue.

 

Programme

Please see the accompanying document for a full programme for the day. Please note that this may be subject to minor change.

 

What to bring

Please ensure that you and your pupils bring along with you:

The pre-delivered activity booklets, having completed the relevant sections in advance

Completed pre-event pupil questionnaires for all pupils

Completed photo permission forms for all pupils (please inform us of any pupils without permission when reporting to the registration desk upon arrival)

 

Lunch

A buffet lunch will be provided for teachers and pupils will be given a packed lunch free of charge, to be eaten in the Beehive. Please ensure that any dietary requirements are listed as part of the information provided in addition to teacher and pupils names.

 

Language Taster Sessions

School groups will be allocated to language taster sessions in advance, taking into account the language(s) already studied according to information provided in advance by the school.

 

Contact

If you have any further questions about the day, please email Language Learning Support Officer Helen Kenny (helen.kenny@ncl.ac.uk) or phone the Routes into Languages North East office on 0191 208 5454. For emergency contact on the day, please phone the Language Resource Centre reception on 0191 208 7490.

Attachments: 

Language Teaching: Times of Transition

Date: 
Saturday, 9 July, 2016 - 10:30 to Sunday, 10 July, 2016 - 15:00
Event Type: 
Conference
Region: 
North East
Location: 
Collingwood College, Durham University

Language Teaching: Times of Transition

9 – 10 July 2016

Durham University

The Purpose

This conference is open to all teachers looking to further their knowledge of Modern Languages and Cultures and particularly those with an interest in MFL transition. It will be of most benefit to those teaching Key Stages 4-5 but we would also welcome those teaching at Key Stage 3 level, as well as trainee teachers and PGCE students. The conference aims to:

  • Support professional development by providing enhanced knowledge and practical ideas and resources to use in the classroom.

  • Extend and deepen subject knowledge through interaction with a wide variety of MFL experts and stakeholders.

  • Enthuse and encourage those working with students with a keen interest in studying MFL further.

  • Enable teachers to give their students the best possible guidance and support to students who are considering Higher Education or a career using foreign language skills.

The Venue

This conference will take place in Durham University’s Collingwood College where you will also be accommodated overnight on 9th July. Some sessions may also take place in the award winning Oriental Museum. Food, entertainment and accommodation is provided free of charge.

Registration

Online registration will be opening soon at www.durham.ac.uk/forteachers. In the meantime, please email Routes into Languages North East Project Manager sophie.stewart2@ncl.ac.uk with queries.

Programme: 

This exciting and innovative free weekend conference represents a collaboration between the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University and Routes into Languages North East. The programme will cover a diverse range of innovative language teaching and research with a focus on progression and transition, including*:

  • GCSE & A Level Reforms

  • Primary to Secondary Transition

  • Culture in the MFL Classroom

  • Bridging the Gap from A Level to University

  • Object-based Learning for Language and Culture

  • The Future for Routes into Languages North East

Delegates will also benefit from a choice of interactive group discussion sessions, exploring topics from online language learning resource and cross-curricular learning opportunities to motivating pupils to progress and linking languages to careers. There will be opportunity to network during breaks and a conference dinner.

*Please be aware that the programme is currently provisional and may be subject to change

Booking information: 

Online registration is now open here via the Durham University For Teachers website. In the event of any queries, however, please email Routes into Languages North East Project Manager sophie.stewart2@ncl.ac.uk.

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