Spalding High School hosted a successful Modern Foreign Language Cultural Evening as part of the collaboration between the secondary schools of Spalding.
Year 11 students looking to study a language in Sixth Form worked alongside Year 12 and Year 13 students currently studying French, German or Spanish at the High School or Grammar School.
The enjoyable evening comprised students from both schools playing games in foreign languages and conversing in French, German or Spanish. It was very beneficial for students to use conversational language outside of the classroom.
Students were full of praise for the evening, with Year 12 student Abigail saying it felt ‘like a massive community’. Fellow Year 12 student Abbie commented on the ‘intellectual yet pleasurable evening’ and Stephanie (Year 12) concluded by saying it was ‘nice to see how popular languages are’.