Run by The National Centre for Languages, 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. If this describes your project, why not apply for an award?
The European Language Label in the UK was previously known as the European Award for Languages until 2010. It's part of a Europe-wide programme, funded by the European Commission within their Multilingualism strand. To date, over 1,300 projects in 30 European countries have been recognized for an award, 153 of them within the UK.