What I like is that I’m not just learning the Pitjantjatjara language – it’s layered with culture, history and society. My school is really supportive of my learning. I’m glad I have this opportunity to learn Pitjantjatjara.
South Australian students enrolled in a Stage 1 or Stage 2 Continuers language pathway for Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian Japanese or Spanish are invited to register for the School of Languages Let’s Talk! holiday program. Register at:...
As part of the government’s Languages in Schools initiative, the School of Languages has expanded the across-sector R-7 Languages Alive! program. The July 2019 program will provide students interactive language learning opportunities in a range of languages, including...
Ms Marija Zivic, Political Reporter for SBS was our Guest Speaker at the Celebration of Achievement at the end of 2018.
Marija is an inspiring advocate for languages, don’t you agree?
Watch Adelaide’s own Louka Parry talk about why language learning is so crucial to deep intercultural connections. 13:20 mins
Core Values of South Sudanese Refugee Secondary Students presented by Dr Judith Thomas
10 students and 2 staff members from School of Languages recently returned from the Korea Study Tour 2017. Read their blog and see their fabulous photos!
School of Languages’ students feature in this video from Minister Susan Close’s Office to promote language learning in South Australia. Who do you recognise?
Check out our past Study Tours and follow the current ones. Students on tour contribute posts and photos to this Weebly
Japanese speech too cute by far!