Modern Languages Tag Archive

Junior Languages Club

October saw the first meeting of the Wallace High School Junior Languages Club; the focus this month was all things French. Pupils from Years 8-10 met to carry out a range of fun...

WALLACE CELEBRATES EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES!

European Day of Languages 2018 was once again a big success for Wallace High School as the Modern Languages Department celebrated this special day with a whole week of fun and...

Gaufres, chocolats, frites et technologie!

Six Wallace High students accompanied by Miss Brown and Mrs Richardson recently headed off to Liège to complete the last exchange visit of the project; this time it was to our...

Bonjour Paris!

A group of 25 students from The Wallace High School last week returned from a short, but jam-packed, educational tour to Paris. The annual trip was a great success, offering the...

Fun at Francofest

Berets? Breton tops? Onions on strings? Iconic images of the Eiffel Tower?  Did these stereotypical images appear at a new and exciting event? Year 10 students Katy Allen,...

Vive les langues!

The 26th September marks the annual European Day of Languages and here in Wallace we always organise a week-long celebration of the intellectual satisfaction, improved career...

Wallace amongst the winners at QUB French Debates!

A superb event was recently enjoyed by French A2 pupils at the NICILT debates, held at Queen’s University, Belfast. On the 20th of March, we joined together with seven other...

Toros, tortilla and technology!

Erasmus+ Study Trip to Córdoba, Spain 27-31 March 2017 In the early hours of Monday 27th March, six students and two teachers met in Belfast to begin our long journey to the...

Entente Cordiale

The initial trans-national meeting of Wallace’s Erasmus+Project Language School 2.0 was an enormous success. The school was delighted to host our partner schools Athénée...

Spanish Immersion Trip

The inaugural Senior Spanish Immersion trip took place at the Ulster Folk and Transport museum at the start of October. Nineteen students from Years 12 and 13 and three staff...