Dunottar School, in Reigate, this week hosted Languages Week, a diverse celebration of the cultural influences that make learning a new language so exciting.
Activities included a taster session in Russian Club, complete with caviar and blinis, a European flag icing workshop, impressionism with Cézanne, lunchtime language workshops and a brilliant performance of Viva España from The Flying theatre.
The school lunch menu was also re-invented for the week, with pupils treated to some traditional delicacies from Italy and Spain, including paella, Italian olive breads and salad.
Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings, Head of Modern Foreign Languages, said ‘we like to be as imaginative as possible during languages week and this week has been no exception. In unique Dunottar-style our pupils have been invited to take part in Hindi workshops, creative arts projects and attend foreign film premiers – each activity a true reflection of our ethos to deliver education with character.’
Dunottar School is a co-educational day school in Surrey which admits pupils from 11-18. Find their School House online listing here.
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