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Modern Foreign Language

Bonjour, Hola

We would love you to join us here at Trinity High School with our Modern Foreign Languages Creating challenge.

 

The MFL creating challenge. We would like you to create something using what you have in your house to create a Spanish or French flag or a landmark of one of those countries. The Mfl teachers have created a few examples of our own creations.

Between us we have created cakes, Spanish omelette, waffles and also a painting. Mrs Jones has also been working on recreating an Eiffel Tower.

Please email your entries to parikh_s@trinityhigh.com or if you have twitter why not tag us @TrinityHighMFL.

There will be prizes for the most imaginative and we will be sharing your efforts too.

Bonne Chance!

¡Buena Suerte!

 

 

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