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Campbelltown Bangla School teaching Bangla to the new generation

SBS National Languages Competition 2019. Source: SBS

The Campbelltown Bangla School in NSW was established in 2001. 52 students enrolled this year and the average number of students is 50-60 per year. They teach Bangla language to the new generation and convey the cultural heritage of Bangladesh to them. The president of the Campbelltown Bangla School Mr Abdul Jalil spoke to SBS Bangla.

Listen to Abdul Jalil’s full interview (in Bangla) with SBS Bangla in the audio player above.

Abdul Jalil
Abdul Jalil, the president of the Campbelltown Bangla School in Sydney, NSW.
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You could be in with a chance to win a weekly Apple watch or one of the major prizes.

Enter at sbs.com.au/nlc19.

The competition closes on 27 September and is sponsored by to Australian National University.

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