Students strike a prose for language



TWO students at Oldham Sixth Form College have picked up awards in a bilingual poetry competition that celebrates the diverse array of languages spoken in modern classrooms.
They were taking part in the national Mother Tongue Other Tongue contest that is co-ordinated by Manchester Metropolitan University.
The annual competition ­- now in its fifth year ­- is just one of the activities of Routes into Languages, a national programme promoting the take-up of languages and student mobility in education.
The Oldham students, who are both in year 12, are Ebony Omo Ikerodah, known as Aisha, and... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 39
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