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Telling tales.

Children as young as four will soon be learning French through fairy tales.

French story teller Jean Paul Mortagne with flautist Anne Pannet will visit five County Durham schools, including St. Mary's RC Primary, Blackhill, Consett, to tell the story of The Ugly Duckling to older primary pupils and Goldilocks and the Three Bears to younger children.

The project, run by Durham County Council international relations office, will also see North East story teller Chris Bostock going to schools in France.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Dec 9, 2005
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