Pupils from over 30 Welsh schools caused a buzz this July by competing against each other in the Routes into Languages Cymru Spelling Bee. The competition, which is in its seventh year, took place in Aberystwyth University and brought together over 90
Our newsletter for April is available to download in English and Welsh by clicking the following links: Newsletter – April 2017 Cylchlythyr – Ebrill 2017
Does your school have an outstanding German language teacher? Why not nominate them for the teacher of the year award … German Teacher Award 2017 call for submissions
We would like to take this opportunity to update you about Routes Cymru events, activities and developments for 2017. Spelling Bee After the initial difficulties with the transfer of the Spelling Bee, everything is now up and running. There
Cardiff University’s School of Modern Languages and Department of Politics and International Relations, supported by the ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership for Wales (Wales DTP), invite applications for funded PhD study. These particular studentships, known as ‘collaborative studentships’, involve liaison with
Dear MFL colleague, We would like to take this opportunity to update you on Routes Cymru activities for the next 18 months. We have successfully secured funding to enable the project to continue for the next 12-18 months. Our thanks
We’re pleased to announce that the Spelling Bee National Competition will be running again in the 2016/17 academic year. Registration is now open here. Please see below the key dates: Event Date Spelling Bee launch 26/09/16 Closing date for class
Essential funding for Wales’ sole modern languages network has been secured by Cardiff and Bangor universities A collaborative outreach project that aims to increase the number of pupils choosing modern foreign languages has been secured by Cardiff and Bangor universities.
Routes Cymru are delighted to invite you and your pupils/students to our annual WALES, EUROPE AND THE WORLD, event on Monday, 27th June 2016, 10am – 2pm at Bangor University. This FREE one-day fair will offer a range of information
Born Global is a British Academy project on language skills for employability, trade and business. It is a free-to-use resource for the languages community: universities, teachers, employers, researchers, and students. Please click here to access lots of useful resources.