Our programme Language Explorers has been selected as one of the most impactful innovations for the HundrED Spotlight on Parental Engagement!
Join us for Culture Night! Mother Tongues will be showcasing the Interactive Museum of Languages for Young Audiences (IMLYA).
Pass on your language to the next generation no matter how much they protest, they will thank you eventually!
We are delighted and honoured to share that Mother Tongues has been selected as a Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Impact Awardee 2021/2022!
Supporting Multilingual Classrooms, ECML national training workshop. 27th & 28th September 2021 2pm-6.30pm
Our classes are really multilingual, and as teachers it is important to understand how to make the most of the many languages we have in our classes and communities.
The Interactive Museum of Languages for Young Audiences (IMLYA) is a touring interactive exhibition for primary school children.
Children who read regularly or are read to by their parents develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge, have higher test scores and better understand other cultures than children who do not read.
I am so thankful to have all the languages I do in my life along with some idea of phrases and words in other languages such as French, German and Japanese that I would have learnt at school. Languages are not a privilege and they are open to anyone and everyone.
Many bilingual families across the world find themselves in lockdown. And as a result, schools are closed and children are having to be taught online and/or by their parents. What would have been unheard of a year ago has now – unfortunately – become normal. But normal, of course, does not mean easy.