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School teachers learning Polish
Teachers in Lincolnshire are learning to speak Polish because of the increasing numbers of pupils from migrant families.

Lincolnshire County Council has released new figures revealing there are more than 2,000 children from Poland in the county's schools.

Teachers are learning pronunciation and how say simple phrases.

Caroline Dul, from the EM Centre for Learning in Grantham, said they start with simple things like names.



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