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Modern Languages Department

GCSE French/German
GCSE Irish

Throughout the college’s ten year history, the Modern Languages Department has offered students the opportunity to study two Modern Languages, either French, German or Irish, to GCSE Level.

Our students have travelled to France, Austria and the Gaeltacht and have enjoyed the experience of practising their language skills in real life situations.

During 1998-2001, the department was involved in a ‘Comenius Project’. The central theme of the project was ‘Education for Mutual Understanding’. Our students communicated with young people in Austria and Ireland. As a result of the excellent cross-curricular work involved in this project, the college was awarded an SELB International Award for the academic years 1998-2000 and 2002-2003.

Over the years, teachers have worked closely with Modern Language assistants to develop students’ speaking skills and to heighten their cultural awareness. Since 2002, the department has celebrated the European Day of Languages. During this annual event, students are reminded that they are citizens of a growing European Union. Indeed, the college student population now includes young people from these European countries and we celebrate the enrichment that their presence brings to our college. As teachers of Modern Languages we have a key role to play in promoting mutual understanding which is what lies at the heart of our integrated ethos.

Our students have achieved success at GCSE Level and it is our aspiration that they will want to pursue their studies to A’ Level.

-Anne Kennedy (Head of Modern Languages)

Students receive the ‘Gael Linn’ Award from Paul McGlone

Students participate in the European Day of Languages

Students participate in the European Day of Languages