German at university

Lancaster University, undergraduate and postgraduate study The University of Manchester, undergraduate and postgraduate study The University of Liverpool, undergraduate and postgraduate study The University of Central Lancashire UCLan’s Worldwise Learning Centre at the School of Language, Literature and International Studies is dedicated to offering support, training and professional development opportunities to UCLan students, members of staff, […]

German: Schools and Colleges

All Hallows School Penwortham Altrincham Grammar School for Girls Blackpool Sixth Form College Bolton School Broughton High School Brownedge St Mary’s High School Bury College Bury Grammar School for Boys Bury Grammar School for Girls Cardinal Newman College Carmel College Cheadle Hulme High School Cheadle Hulme School Congleton High School Fallibroome Academy Heysham High School […]

Exhibition and Language Learning: Umdenken – von der Natur lernen

The Goethe-Institut London welcomes teachers and students to the exhibition Umdenken – von der Natur lernen, which highlights the four elements – earth, water, air and fire. It presents surprising facts, positive as well as negative examples, that create an emotional access to the topic. Using interactive elements this exhibition engages pupils directly and showcases what […]

‘Germans in Manchester’ by Margaret Littler

‘Germans in Britain’ is a touring exhibition created by the Migration Museum Project to celebrate the productive impact of Germans on British life. At the Manchester Central Library from 10 March-9 April 2015, it is complemented by an exhibition ‘Germans in Manchester’, making use of materials from the Central Library’s archives and private collections. The […]

Category – Years 12-13 (Cardinal Newman College Preston)

First Prize: Francesca Martin on the Beatles in Hamburg Click here to see Francesca’s entry: Martin This was a really engaging and informative presentation of what the Beatles owe Germany, and it was written in an accurate German that the judges would be pleased to find in their first-year university students. We really enjoyed everything about […]

Category: Open Competition

First Prize:  Ryan Robinson, Jamie Roberts and George Smith – St Augustine’s RC High School The winners of the Open competition are Ryan Robinson, Jamie Roberts and George Smith from St Augustine’s RC High School, Billington. They created a fantastically colourful board game, a German version of monopoly (complete with Euros), and put together an […]

NWGN Launch: A Great Success!

On 10 March 2015 we gathered at Manchester’s Central Library to launch the North West German Network officially. Over the past few months, network coordinators have been busy building up the website, spreading the word among teachers of German in the North West, regional trade and business representatives and cultural bodies. The launch itself reflected […]

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