Something for your calendar

9th May 2008 at 01:00
Two organisations with modern languages at their heart today celebrated the launch of a joint calendar decorated with Scottish pupils' artwork
Two organisations with modern languages at their heart today celebrated the launch of a joint calendar decorated with Scottish pupils' artwork.

The Goethe Institute and the French Institute, which promote German and French language and culture respectively, held a competition in the autumn for schools to design comic strips and drawings on a tourism theme to feature in a calendar.

Almost 300 pupils from 15 Scottish schools participated in the Goethe Institute's "Willkommen in Schottland" competition, and 814 pupils from 27 schools in the French Institute's "Lire en fete". The best of the bunch were Wallace Primary, Renfrewshire; Bishop-briggs Academy, East Dunbartonshire; Simpson Primary, West Lothian; Waldorf School, Aberdeen; and Knightswood Secondary, Glasgow.

www.goethe.deglasgow; www.afglasgow.org.uk.

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