Following the success of High Five French, we’re delighted to announce that High Five Spanish launches on 5th May 2016. This new resource for primary Spanish features 40 video and audio lessons, along with teachers’ notes, activity sheets and classroom ideas. Join Sophie as she learns Spanish in Spain with her friends Marina and Miguel.
We’re delighted to be back in London this weekend talking to thousands of language learners and teachers from across the country. If you’re in London from 16-18 October 2015, please come by and say hello.
We’re delighted to announce that in 2016 we’ll be launching a Spanish version of our very popular primary French course High Five French. In the forty video and audio lessons of the course, children can join Sophie as she learns Spanish with her friends Marina and Miguel.
Hallowe’en is coming! Let’s find out about what freakish fun they have in France. Did you know that Hallowe’en as we know it wasn’t really celebrated in France until quite recently? There was no dressing up. No visiting neighbours to get treats or do tricks. No decorations, and no pumpkins! However, in this article we’ll see that nowadays people enjoy Hallowe’en house parties, and in restaurants and clubs too.
Hallowe’en is coming! But have you ever thought about how the day is marked or celebrated in other parts of the world? In Spain, Hallowe’en is known as El Día de las Brujas (the Day of the Witches). Spain borrows some traditions from the USA, which originally came from Ireland and Scotland, but each region of Spain has added a local flavour to the celebration.
In response to requests from schools across the country, we’ve introduced a new pricing structure to access our High Five French video and audio resource for primary French. Our prices are based on the size of the school, so the resource now costs only £99 per annum for schools of up to 99 pupils, £149 per annum for schools of 100-299 pupils and £179 per annum for schools of 300+ pupils. All prices are subject to VAT at 20% in the UK*.
Over the past few months Radio Lingua Schools has been working closely with colleagues at CISS, the Confucius Institute for Scotland’s Schools, and SCILT, Scotland’s Centre for Languages, creating a video documentary about the teaching and learning of Chinese language and culture in schools …
We’re delighted to announce that the new Radio Lingua Schools website is now available. The new site has been designed to provide the perfect way to access our increasing range of courses, including…
Radio Lingua Director Mark Pentleton was at St Modan’s in Stirling today, talking students from S2 to S6 about the opportunities offered by continuing to study languages. Having spent all of his professional life working with…
Earlier today 26 sixth year students from schools in Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire and South Ayrshire took the places of MEPs in the European Parliament, Strasbourg, to join 500 young people from 20 EU member states.
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