European Language Label 2013

18 March 2013

Ell-logoApplications are now open for the 2013 European Language Label, and schools from across the UK are invited to apply. This year's theme is 'Innovation in Language Teaching and Learning', and the Label is open to schools in the Primary and Secondary sector, as well as FE and HE institutions.

This award is a great opportunity for the innovative work being done in languages in Scotland to be recognised across the UK and Europe.

The European Language Label (ELL) is an award for innovative language-learning projects. It rewards creative ways to improve the quality of language teaching, motivate learners and make the best of available resources. Winning projects may use European Language Label on stationery and websites and, in addition, all winners receive prizes of books, vouchers or teaching materials from the Label sponsors. The awards are presented at a prize-giving ceremony on European Day of Languages, 26th September.

For more information, including the online application form, please visit the ELL website or contact idjouadj@cfbt.com. The application deadline is Sunday 21 April 2013

Previous winners from Scotland have included St Roch's Secondary School in Glasgow in 2011 and Mid Calder Primary in 2009.