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Japanese GCSE Course to begin at William Morris Sixth Form

The Japan Foundation is pleased to report that the William Morris Sixth Form in London will be starting a Japanese GCSE course from this September.

It will be the eighth language to be offered at this school, alongside Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, Persian, Portuguese and Spanish.

The course will be lead by Ana Acitores, who also teaches Spanish.  The school have described the introduction of Japanese as “ excellent opportunity to learn a fascinating language spoken by 125 million people in the world.

To read more about William Morris Sixth Form’s Japanese programme, please click here to visit their website.

If your school is considering launching a Japanese course or club and would like to know how the Japan Foundation can assist you, please send us an email at .