Lasswade High School

Going Further With Modern Languages – not able to attend ? Catch up here !

Thursday 12th December 2019

S2  pupils and  parents  who  were  unable  to  attend  last  night’s  information  evening  can  still see  highlights  of  the  event  (as  I  do  believe  we  are  trending on Twitter)  and  find  out  how  continuing  with  at  least  one more  Modern Language  into  S3  and beyond  can  bring  massive rewards  and give you an edge in life and work.

See  university  lecturers,  businessmen  and  lawyers  describing  their  language journey and how  Modern Languages  are  important  in their  jobs  and  personal lives !

The  Modern Languages  teachers  will be  delighted  to  speak  to  pupils  about  the options  for  next  year : you know where to find us !

Parents  are  welcome to  get in touch with me (J.Poots@mgfl.net) if  you  have  any  questions  about the benefits  of  continuing to  learn French and/or  beginning Mandarin  or  German.

Mr Poots

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