Thursday, 22 November 2007

And another award...

Catriona MacLeod a Leeds language expert has received the Chartered Institute of Linguists’ Special Commendation for her commitment to language learning...

Catriona, who is based at the North-East Leeds City Learning Centre in Moortown, was presented with the prestigious award by His Royal Highness, Prince Michael of Kent, at an awards ceremony in London. Originally donated to the institute by Professor David Crystal, the award is presented every year to a linguist from the UK who is committed to promoting the study of languages. Catriona was nominated for the commendation for her work with the North East Leeds City Learning Centre - particularly in French, German and Spanish.

Catriona’s dedication to languages is helping hundreds of our young people learn an interesting and valuable skill which will help prepare them for life in an increasingly smaller world. This award is a reflection of the admiration and respect her work has on a national level and she thoroughly deserves the recognition and praise that comes with it.

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