On Monday the 12th of July, 30 students were selected from year 9 to take part in the MFL dragon’s den challenge. 10 from French, 10 from German and 10 from Spanish. We were put into groups of five where we had small tasks to get our brains thinking. We had a presentation from Mrs Turner about we were going to do. She also told us what we were basing our product on; a product that will persuade the younger generation to do sport. She said about what we need to include to get us the best chance of winning. After that we set on our task and we used bits of crafts to make our products. After break we learned some basic Russian greetings and practised them via games. Then the hardest part game and we had to translate our pitch into the language we were picked for. We had to use our knowledge and skills from what we learned in our lessons and a little bit of help from the teacher. The final part came, the showing of our presentation, all our hard work was leading up to this but the nerves and hard work was worth it as the winners revived chocolate. The point of the day was to practise not only to practise our language skills but our team work skills, our creativity skills and most of all our business skills.