On Friday 2 March UEA will be offering the chance for KS5 students to come for a special language day, to practice their oral skills in French, German and Spanish, and see what it’s like to study a language at university. We will also be running exam prep sessions for students due to take A-level exams in the following languages: Mandarin, Polish, Arabic, Russian and Japanese.Read More
Farlingaye High School received a very special Christmas present as it was made a PASCH school. PASCH stands for the "Schools: Partners for the Future" initiative. It is a global network of around 1,800 schools that place a high value on German.Read More
Here is the latest newsletter for the East of England German network and information about exciting professional development courses for primary and secondary teachers by the Goethe Institute.Read More
On Thursday, 19th October UEA Think German Network had invited KS3 German students from secondary schools in the region to attend our first German film screening event at Cinema City in NorwichRead More
This year's ÖSTERREICH-TAG, an event organised by the Austrian Ministry for Education in cooperation with ALL (Association for Language Learning), takes place on 7th October at Austrian Cultural Forum in London.Read More
Put yourself in the shoes of a time-travelling spy: you overhear a conversation between Luther or one of his German, Austrian or Swiss contemporaries (real or imagined) and a figure from public life in 2017 Britain.Read More
In collaboration with Cinema City UEA Think German is
Here is an exciting new opportunity for Key Stage 3 students to get to know a German autumn tradition and become creative!Read More
Congratulations to all A-level and GCSE students in the region on your successes.
Wir wünschen euch alles Gute für die Zukunft. Die Welt liegt euch zu Füßen! (The world is your oyster.)Read More
Chloe is an A-level student of German at Wymondham High School in Norfolk. In her summer holidays she travelled to Frankfurt for some work experience and to improve her spoken German but the seven days amongst refugees and the charity Caritas proved to be a real eye-opener. Read Chloe's inspiring article.Read More
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On 10th July 2017 Wymondham College hosted its first Norfolk Schools Languages Workshop to give an opportunity to keen linguists from the region to come together for a day of creative language activities.Read More
Read what former Norfolk student Ellen Parfitt has to say about her amazing language learning experience and achievements with a profound hearing loss.Read More
A German Classic: Goethe's Faust Part 1.
The Oxford German Network is delighted to announce of a new prize as part of the Oxford German Olympiad.
The Prize is designed to be the focus of an annual celebration of a classic text of German literature. Students willing to have a go at this challenge have the possibility of winning a glittering cash prize worth £500, £300 or £100. All participants will get a certificate of participation. Read more for further