The European Day of Languages (EDL) aims to celebrate linguistic diversity by showing people across Europe how important languages are and what fun can be had learning them. The European Day of Languages is 26 September. It was set up by the Council of Europe and was first celebrated in 2001. It’s getting bigger every year, with 45 countries now involved. Schools across Scotland will be celebrating the European Day of Languages 2010 in Septmber. This is a snapshot of what’s happening.

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Glenrothes High School

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We intend to celebrate the day on Friday 1st October. There will be a German and French cafe, the opportunity to have a taster of another foreign language, sampling of Spanish and Italian food and the staff of the department will be wearing traditional national dress of other countries. The corridor will be decorated with all things language related and there will also be a European quiz for staff. A poster competition for S1 and S2 has also been organised, with prizes for the best effort. The posters are advertising the event.

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