Back in March, immediately prior to lockdown, first and second year German A Level students took part in an exchange trip to Munich. They visited the Albert Einstein Gymnasium school (Einstein himself was a former pupil!) and stayed with German families. Even though their stay was cut short due to the pandemic, the students still managed [...]
On Tuesday, the College's Head of Modern Foreign Languages, Anne-Marie Mead, and some students visited Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College to speak to Year 9 students about the importance of studying a language both in terms of employment and the skills developed. The morning involved local employers and schools speaking about the importance of languages in [...]
The College's A Level German students are currently in Berlin visiting historic and cultural sites. Student Lewis Mileham has been collating photos that students have taken at the Berlin Wall.
Thank you to 10 of our students (former pupils of Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College) who accompanied Anne-Marie Mead on a visit to the school this morning. The morning was aimed at encouraging Year 9 and Year 10 students to study languages. The WSFC representatives gave a presentation highlighting the better employability, transferable skills and personal [...]