Success for language students
TWO Ipswich students are top of the class after winning in a regional language competition.The pupils of Northgate High School, Suffolk's only language college, were entered in the Association for Language Learning 'Have Your Say' Competition.
TWO Ipswich students are top of the class after winning in a regional language competition.
The pupils of Northgate High School, Suffolk's only language college, were entered in the Association for Language Learning 'Have Your Say' Competition.
Fiona Roberts and Rebecca Wade walked away for the trophy for Year 10 French. Last year they won the Year 9 Spanish award.
Oliver Fayers and Tom Challener were also rated highly coming third in a preliminary round of the competition eventually won by Fiona and Rebecca.
Simon Ruscoe-Price, director of languages at Northgate, said: "This is a truly excellent performance. Tres bien!"
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