European Day of Languages Online Festival 2022
Posted: Mon, Sep 5, 2022 2:19 PM
After the continued success of Lingotot’s European Day of Languages Festival, the children’s education business are bringing it back for the fifth year in a row!
The European Day of Languages is a day to celebrate and promote an awareness among the general public of the importance of language learning. In order to observe the occasion, Lingotot will be beaming free, live-streamed language sessions into schools, nurseries and homes.
The event will be running from 1-3pm on the 26th September and will be suitable for ages 3-12. Classes will be in French, Spanish, German and Ukrainian, and jam-packed with games, songs, story-telling, challenges and more. Lingotot will even provide follow up materials!
Learning a second language at a young age has so many benefits and this is the perfect event for any parent wanting to introduce their child to the excitement of other languages and cultures and learn about the advantages it can bring.
Angela Sterling, founder and CEO of Lingotot says, ‘we are so excited to be bringing our fifth European Day of Languages Festival back into schools and homes again this year! The day is set not only to be educational, but fun and interactive. It has become very popular in schools where languages are compulsory as a helpful teaching session, but also with home educators and parents alike! We hope to see you there.’
You can register for the Lingotot European Day of Languages Festival for free here.
Thu, Sep 15, 2022 10:40 AMCan classes access from classrooms please rather than the hall? Also we would love to run an after school club. Do you by chance do this at all? Thanks Karen
Lingotot Head OfficeLovely to hear you are interested in using the materials Karen! Yes, the link to watch is on YouTube so you can beam it into a hall / classroom / anywhere! We'd love to chat about an after school club too. Can you please contact us and let us know your postcode so we can introduce you to your local teacher?
Patricia KingI am a primary teacher and plan to use this link to sent to pupils.