Welsh and French Language Challenge Promotes linguistic skills for Years 7 and 8 StudentsWelsh and French Language Challenge Promotes linguistic skills for Years 7 and 8 Students

8 Feb 24

In an exciting initiative aimed at fostering linguistic skills, Ysgol Treffynnon is proud to announce the launch of its Welsh and French Language Challenge for Year 7 and Year 8 students. This challenge, set to unfold over the next half-term, promises to be an enriching experience for participants, with the added bonus of contributing to the school's pursuit of the Foundation Level schools award from the British Council.

The initiative seeks to inspire students to embrace the diverse linguistic landscape by immersing themselves in two distinct yet equally vibrant languages: Welsh and French. By engaging in this challenge, students will not only enhance their language proficiency but also deepen their understanding of the cultures associated with these languages.

To facilitate participation, please review the Welsh and French google classroom rooms for both Year 7 and Year 8. For Year 7 French, students can join the classroom using the code "dnyubpq," while Year 8 French participants can access the classroom via the code "mm3g6tq." Likewise, for Welsh language enthusiasts, the Year 7 Google Classroom code is "jkauyaq," and Year 8 students can join using the code "wxs634d."

By actively participating in this initiative, students will not only develop valuable language skills but also cultivate a global mindset that is essential in today's interconnected world.

The challenge will feature a range of activities designed to cater to different learning styles and preferences, including interactive quizzes, language games, cultural presentations, and collaborative projects. Through these activities, students will be encouraged to explore the nuances of language and culture while building camaraderie with their classmates.

Furthermore, the challenge aligns with Ysgol Treffynnons commitment to promoting inclusivity and embracing multiculturalism. By providing students with the opportunity to engage with languages beyond their immediate environment, the school aims to nurture empathy, tolerance, and appreciation for diverse perspectives.

For further information and details regarding the challenge, interested parties are encouraged to refer to the attached document.