Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Beath High School

At Beath High all staff members were encouraged to place signs outside their door displaying the languages they speak - results ranged from Scots to Japanese and included languages which teachers wanted to learn as well as ones they'd grown up speaking!

At lunchtime one of the CDT teachers, Mr Giove, gave an Italian lesson and S1 pupils enjoyed a European Food tasting. 

In classes pupils took part in a range of activities from practising tongue twisters to completing the "Passport to the European Union" and some of our PSE classes even took part in discussions about the importance of learning languages. The Modern Languages Department are delighted at the success of this year's European Day of Languages!

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