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PRINCIPALS OF POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS OFFERING GERMAN
AFTERNOON INFORMATION EVENT*
'Sustaining German in schools in Northern Ireland’
Thursday 14/6/18 - 12.30-15.30 (Lunch included)
School of Social Sciences, Education & Social Work
Queen’s University Belfast, 69-71 University Street, Belfast
(* Event rescheduled from 2/3/18. Please note revised date and venue.)
Join us along with other principals and representatives from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Goethe Institut London and the UK-German Connection for this unique opportunity to look at ways to sustain and support the learning and teaching of German at your school.
Issues will include:
What is the current context of German in schools in Northern Ireland?
Modern Languages across the UK: current developments
How the Goethe-Institut London can support German at your school
Intercultural learning in an authentic context: programmes, funding and new initiatives to support cross-curricular activities between schools and young people in the UK and Germany.
Round table discussion on current practice in schools
Click here for the event programme.
HOW TO REGISTER
If you previously registered for this event in March and would like to attend this rescheduled event in June, please simply email us on email@example.com to confirm your place.
CLICK HERE FOR REPLY SLIP.
Please complete the above reply slip and return by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post, to NICILT, School of SSESW, Queen’s University Belfast, 8 College Green, Belfast, BT7 1LN, by 5pm on Friday 1/6/18.
Places will be confirmed by email only.
Please note parking at Queen’s can be difficult therefore we encourage you to leave enough time to find a space.
For additional queries please email us on email@example.com.
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