Farlingaye High School become partner school with German Goethe Institut
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A Suffolk school has set up a link with a prestigious cultural association.
Farlingaye High School in Woodbridge has become the latest school to join the Goethe Institut’s Schools: Partners for the Future initiative.
This means that the school will now have a focus on the German language and culture.
To mark the partnership a special event was held which featured German rapper, Chefket.
Mrs Green, head of KS3 German, said, “Here at Farlingaye we are very excited about being a part of the initiative.
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“Students, who study German at Farlingaye will benefit from a range of fantastic opportunities, such as scholarships, workshops and global projects.”
Katya Bathgate, a sixth form student from Farlingaye said, “It is such an important subject to continue with and it opens up so many doors when looking for jobs or work experience in the future. “
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