Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Tobermory High School

S1/2 pupils along with senior pupils and members of staff celebrated the European Day of Languages on 26 September. As is traditional in Tobermory High they enjoyed a language breakfast for S1/2.

Pupils had passports and had the opportunity to learn a few words in a variety of languages, or have a conversation in Gaelic and French, and of course eat their way through a mountain of pains au chocolat and fruit.

Tobermory High School have always been lucky to have a variety of languages at this event and this year was no exception. The table top sessions were lead by pupils (including native speakers of Italian and Polish), senior students and staff (old and new!) and the languages taught were Gaelic, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Japanese, Russian, Greek, Portuguese, Maori and Ga (one of the languages spoken in Ghana). On behalf of S1/2, Merci, Danke, Gracias and Moran Taing etc to all the linguists! 

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