Events

A selection of language-related events. Does not claim to be comprehensive or represent the views of SCILT.

Events List

Online

All are welcome to attend this free conference, organised by Cardiff University and Durham University, which will be held online via Zoom.

Visit the website for programme information and to register to receive the online joining link.

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Bili is the online language exchange platform for schools which connects students directly to partners in their corresponding class to support one another in their respective languages.

In this Joe Dale webinar, MFL teacher and founder of Bili, Charlie Foot, will share the backstory of Bili and how it works today, and why he believes that building connections between language learners is more important than ever, after over a year of COVID disruptions and Brexit (in particular leaving the Erasmus+ programme and eTwinning).

Visit the website for more information and to register for the free event.

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Online

Fèisean nan Gàidheal will be providing an online Gaelic Drama Summer School which will take place between the 5th and 9th of July 2021. Open to Gaelic speaking teenagers aged between 13 and 17 with an interest in drama. Limited spaces.

Visit the website for more information and to book.

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Online

The Latin Programme is proud to partner with The Classical Association to present our third Summer School for Key Stage 2 and 3. Participants are split into age groups, and Zoom lessons pitched accordingly. No prior knowledge of Latin or Classics is required!

Thanks to the generosity of The Classical Association, the Summer School is free to all. 

The theme for this year's summer school is 'Natura: Exploring the natural world'.

Visit the website for more information and to book.

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