Welsh foreign languages plan

17th August 2012 at 01:00

The Conservative opposition in Wales has launched a campaign to introduce modern foreign languages in primary schools from the age of seven. Studying a language is currently only compulsory at key stage 3 (the equivalent of S1-3). The Conservatives want Wales to become a trilingual nation and hope the move will improve standards in English and Welsh.

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