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Through a workshop experience, a Year 9 class of girls at Hodge Hill Girls School in Birmingham are motivated to consider taking a modern foreign language for either GCSE or as a vocational course.
The programme features Languages for Life project officer Annie Bannerman and her team of undergraduates from Aston University's School of Languages and Social Sciences leading a workshop with a Year 9 group of girls. The team work alongside pupils enabling them to discuss the opportunities that exist for students with language skills both academically and vocationally.
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Part of the series: School Matters