Hockerill Year 9 and 10 students take the Gold Prize
April 14th 2015
The Japan Webpage Contest for Schools 2014-15, which had taken place over the past six months, finally came to its conclusion at the Award Ceremony on March 28th at the Institute of Education in London.
Five schools had won prizes in the contest – Bexley Grammar School, Greenford High School, Hockerill Anglo-European College, Holbrook Primary School, and Prince Rock Primary School. The winner of the Gold Prize, taking home £1,000 worth of prizes, was Hockerill Anglo-European College for their website “Japanese at Hockerill” which the judges described as “a must-see website for all teachers and learners of Japanese.”
After receiving the awards, each school had the opportunity to present their websites and their Japanese and Japan-related projects. Joe Lewis, the project leader, ably assisted by Edward Nordby-Graves and Jamie Atkinson, were widely praised for their professional and entertaining presentation.
More information and photos can be viewed on Mrs Rajakumar’s website:
Posted at 10:48 on 14th Apr 2015