October 10, 2005

In London to get a European Award for Languages

Dsc_6625_3I have to put this in, even though it's from a couple of weeks ago now. I was so ill with the flu (thanks Carol, in Georgia, for sending me the magical US medicine (Airborne?) that gets rid of it) that I couldn't post the pics.

I am pictured with Morgane, who's going to carry on the podcasting and blogging at the Grammar, getting the prize from Sir Trevor McDonald. For those in the States, he's our Jay Leno, but better. Yes, better. We won it for the work we had done in being the amongst the first to use blogging and podcasting to further international links at the school.

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