European Day of Languages
To mark this occasion, children in KS2 have taken part in an eTwinning project through the British Council. Our partner primary schools for this project are in Portugal, Slovakia, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Finland, Romania, Spain, Poland, England, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland and France.
The children designed and made a postcard which either represented British Values or an aspect of British life, and on the reverse, in English, they wrote a short paragraph which included a message of hope. A selection of postcards across all classes was chosen and a different postcard was sent to each of the 18 primary schools involved in the project. We can’t wait to receive postcards from children in all the different countries which took part in this project, and to find out more about each country and their native language. The post cards we receive will be written in the main language for the country, plus English.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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