Linguatrivia is an annual competition open to Year 7 students in England, Wales and the Channel Islands, S1 students in Scotland and Year 8 students in Northern Ireland.
Its purpose is to stimulate interest in learning French and to identify and reward achievement on the part of students.
Students are entered into the competition by their French teacher, and have to sit a 30-minute national test. Sponsored by Linguascope, the competition offers a range of fabulous prizes. Every participant will receive a certificate and a prize!
Browse this website to become more familiar with the different aspects of the competition. Contact us if you have any questions that are not answered here.
The 2013 edition of the competition is now closed and the correct answers to the questions can be found here.
Results, certificates and prizes have all been dispatched.
The top winners are as follows:
Claremont School (St Leonards-on-Sea)
King's College School (Cambridge)
Loughborough Grammar School (Loughborough)
Bedford School (Bedford)
Streatham & Clapham High School (Streatham)
University College School (Hampstead)
Congratulations and thank you for taking part!
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Contact us if you have any questions that are not answered here.