Category Archives: competition

Calling all young language learners!

  If you teach children aged between 6 and 11, why not encourage them to enter the bSmall Little Linguist competition. As the bSmall website explains; We would like you to write and illustrate a short story in a foreign language on any subject you like. We will pick two winners from the entries and […]

Love the future – competition to attend Nobel Prize giving!

Thanks to REAL (The European Network of Language Associations) for drawing my attention to the following; The European Union has launched a drawing and writing contest for 8-24 year olds, in partnership with the European Youth Forum. The four winners will be invited by the Presidents of the European Council, the European Commission and the […]

GrowStoryGrow competition

GrowStoryGrow, a story-telling website for learning languages, is holding a story writing competition. Open to children aged 9-11, the winner will have their story translated into different languages, animated and publish ed online with their name and school. The story can be written in any language so taking part will benefit general literacy as well as […]

Spanish online quiz

ALL Spanish Committee in collaboration with the Consejería de Educación, Embajada de España PRESENTS SPANISH ONLINE QUIZ 2009 A language and cultural quiz about Spain and Latin America Prizes donated by: Consejería De Educación, Embajada De España, BBC Active Languages, AQA, Taylor & Francis The quiz will be open for 24 hours from 17.00 on […]

The LAFTAs – have you voted yet?

The Language and Film Talent Awards (LAFTAs) is a competition for 13-21 year olds, run by CILT, the National Centre for Languages. Over the course of the competition, CILT asked young people to send in two-minute videos showing why languages are important. CILT received over 160 entries from all across the UK, showing why we […]