ALL London branch
Last update: 27/05/2012
The January Event, 2006
Comments from members, including Kate Thomson's article
We were absolutely delighted that so many people responded to our invitation - nearly 100! - gathered together for an enjoyable Saturday morning amongst fellow language enthusiasts! The committee was on quite a 'high' following the event!
The inspirational and generous speakers have very kindly offered to make their presentations available on this site. Thanks to Mike and Neil for making this such a worthwhile event.
Dates / info which we mentioned at the event and which may interest people (or please pass on to people who may be interested):
The committee talked about their 'top tips'. Here they are:
Helen: go home and try out the new BBC Digital JAM for KS3 French: www.bbc.co.uk/jam
Rather than write what WE thought, it would be nice to have comments from those who attended. So if those attended feel 'moved' to contribute, please do so by contacting the Webmistress, who will publish nice positive comments and take note of constructive questions or suggestions ...!! We are collecting the comments on another page: click here to see the comments so far!
Stéphane Derône carried out his role as photographer superbly - aided by a snazzy little camera!. The photos are on display on the following pages. If anyone is unhappy about their face appearing, just let the Webmistress know and she will remove the photos / face ... no questions asked!
It would be nice to put names to faces, so could those who attended look through the photos and contact the Webmistress to
(1) let us know where you are, [e.g. " I'm the photogenic one on page one,row 4, column 1) and
(2) say if you are willing to have your first name, establishment/contact details and special language interests referenced on the site. (This picks up on a Good Idea from Gwerfyl that we support more 'networking' amongst members of the branch.)
If anyone has any suitable captions to the photos, perhaps you'd like to suggest some! (Helen has included some for starters!)
To help with loading time of pages, we've spread the photos over 7 pages.