UK Language Learning Competition "Nutty Tilez" aims to fight world hunger

UK Language Learning Competition “Nutty Tilez” aims to fight world hunger

The leading online language provider, is gearing up to launch its largest ever competition to help more than 100,000 students learn German, French, Spanish or Italian while also raising money for Mary’s Meals.

The record-breaking contest will take place over three days from 15-17 June 2022. It is open to all secondary schools around the UK and will see classes competing to top the leader board on Nutty Tilez, a real-time, multiplayer vocab game for students learning French, German, Spanish or Italian.

Fast-paced, great fun and highly addictive, Nutty Tilez is already a favourite with 400,000 young language learners worldwide. With over 50 levels of language-based excitement, Nutty Tilez uses vocabulary that underpins over 70% of the GCSE language curriculum, seamlessly blending learning and fun for participating secondary school students.

Classes topping the leader board will win fun prizes, gain achievement certificates, and raise funds to support the vital work of UK charity, Mary’s Meals, which sets up school meals programmes in countries around the world to tackle child hunger.

Over 100,000 students are already registered to take part, but there is still time for new schools to register for free before the Nutty Tilez championships officially get underway.

George Van den Bergh, CEO of says, “This year’s Nutty Tilez Championship will be our biggest and best yet, with over 130 schools and 100,000 students already registered to compete. We’re so pleased to be able to open the event up to every single secondary school in the UK for the first time, and we’re really looking forward to seeing language students across the country unleash their competitive streaks and go to battle for the ultimate vocab crown.

“Students love Nutty Tilez, but it’s also a very effective tool for languages as it challenges students’ recall and spelling skills using effective feedback loops and exciting trials – all while listening to viral music, and battling the big, bad boss called Demon Dante.”

Participation is 100% free and doesn’t require a subscription to to compete.

Training practice is currently open for all schools so students can start to prepare for the big challenge and increase their chances of winning those all-important prizes. The victorious classes will be announced on 22 June.

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