In 2016, the Institut français d’Ecosse launched le concours de la francophonie, a new national competition to encourage all young French learners and their teachers around Scotland to celebrate the international day of la francophonie.

The winners for the 2017 competition are:

P1/P4

  • 1er prix : Glasgow City Council, Holy Cross Primary School – P4
  • 2ème prix ex aequo : Glasgow City Council, Quarry Brae PS – P3
  • 2ème prix ex aequo : International School of Aberdeen – P1

P5/P7

  • 1er prix ex aequo : Argyll and Bute Council, Dunoon Primary School – P5
  • 1er prix ex aequo : Falkirk Council, Antonine Primary School – P5
  • 2ème prix : Glasgow City Council, Glendale Primary School – P5

S1/S3

  • 1er prix : Shetland Islands Council, Mid Yell Junior School – S3

A special prize for creativity goes Elderbank Primary P3 & P6 in Ayrshire.

The competition is sponsored by: TOTAL E&P, the Franco Scottish Society and Christian Albuisson, and is organised in partnership with the Alliance française de Glasgow, SALT, SCILT, the University of Edinburgh, and TV5 Monde.

Full details of the winners are available on the LFEE website.

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