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Japanese and Chinese Speech Contest 2015


Northview State School

Foreign languages are an enjoyable part of school as 151 of the best Japanese and Chinese speakers in our district proved on Thursday 29th October at the Mackay Regional Languages Speech Contest. The contest which was held at the Central Queensland University, had students from twenty four schools, demonstrate their excellent language skills. The students in grades six to nine had to pass the judges strict criteria for fluency, intonation, accuracy and presentation. Northview State School fielded four contestants, all of whom admirably showcased their Japanese speaking talent. 

Our year six entrants were Alicia, Abela and Lacey Jackson. Our year five entrants were Grace Percey and Jordan Edwards-Taia. Congratulations to all of our students who were wonderful ambassadors for our school. A special congratulations to Lacey Jackson  who advanced to the finals and finished in fifth place. Yoku dekimashita (Well done!)

Hoy Sensei