EU language Day!

Although EU language day is held on the 26 September every year to celebrate the diversity of languages because of other workshops this school held their own EU language day on the 29 September!

Over 120 year 9 pupils were helped to celebrate it through a series of full day workshops where they carried out quizzes and activities to explore EU Languages and the importance of languages in job mobility and the rights of citizens to live, work and study on other regions.

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EU Language day in schools

EU language day is held on the 26 September every year to celebrate the diversity of languages. On this day a range of events are organised across Europe with activities for and with child.

Over 230 year 8 Enniskillen students were helped to celebrate it through a series of full day workshops where they carried out quizzes and activities to explore EU Languages and the importance of languages in job mobility and the rights of citizens to live, work and study on other regions.

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Understanding the EU and Citizenship

Delivering workshops on Understanding the EU and Citizenship to over 300 year 8 & 10 in school in Limavady to promote an understanding of how the EU works and the rights of citizens to live, work and study in other regions.

Students worked in group to carry out activities and quizzes on the EU Member states, EU Languages, opportunities to volunteer through EVS, and the importance of languages in job mobility and the rights of citizens to live, work and study on other regions.

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Shared History: Understanding the Easter Rising

The aim of the visit was to present historical facts of the Easter Rising to give participants the opportunity to understand its implications on British/ Irish history; Recognise the implications of what happened; Understand that different perceptions and interpretation exist; and show how events and activities can deepen understanding of the period in the context of an inclusive and accepting society.

This cross community one day visit to Dublin explored the key sites connected to the Easter Rising 1916 and included a guided tour of Easter Rising artefacts in Collins Barracks followed by a walking tour of significant sites connected to the Rising which including Arbour Hill Cemetery, Garden of Remembrance, GPO and Houses of Parliament