What is the European Language Label?
The European Language Label is an
award for innovative language-learning projects. It rewards
creative ways to improve the quality of language teaching, motivate
learners and make the best of available resources.
To be successful, projects must demonstrate creative thinking
and lead to improved teaching provision and learner
achievement. They must be innovative, effective and replicable
by others in the UK and other countries.
The European Language Label was
previously known in the UK as the European Award for Languages
until 2010. It's part of the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP), the
European Union’s flagship programme for collaboration in the field
of education and training. The National Agency responsible for the
implementation of the LLP in the UK is Ecorys and the Department for Education
provides funding to manage the European Language Label within the
Read about the 2012 winners, or search for winning
projects from all participating countries.
The European Language Label in the
UK is managed by CfBT on behalf of Ecorys within the EC-funded Transversal Programme.
Please note applications are now closed for 2013 entries and we
will be publishing our winning projects soon.