Help students up their language learning game!

Make learning with uTalk even more fun by adding a little competition to the mix - a leaderboard for your class or team adds friendly rivalry to the language-learning experience.

Check out what we can do for you.

uTalk Junior Language Challenge (UK Only)

Our long-running national competition (15 years and counting!) costs just £5 per child - aged 11 or under - with the opportunity for them to learn more than 300 words and phrases in two different languages over the course of the school year. With more than 140 languages to choose from, which would you pick?

With school and regional leaderboards, it doesn’t matter if your child is entering through their school or as an individual - they can compare their scores with others and race to the top! To find out more, go to our Junior Language Challenge website, or contact us on

uTalk Senior Language Challenge

Just because your students aren’t in primary school anymore, it doesn’t mean they should miss out on all the fun! A uTalk Senior Language Challenge can either complement a language already being learnt or add a new one - the choice is entirely up to you. These challenges will be run by individual schools or institutions, giving you the freedom to choose exactly which topics your students will learn.

To find out more, please contact

uTalk Overseas Language Challenges

We’re proud to say we’ve been working with partners in India to run a sister competition to our uTalk Junior Language Challenge - uTalk Language Challenge India. If you’re from India, please go to the uTalk Challenge India website to find out more.

If you’re at a school or institution outside of the UK and India and interested in running your own uTalk Junior or Senior Language Challenge, please contact

Why the uTalk app is at the top of the class for schools:

It makes learning fun!

Introduces exciting new languages.

Encourages independent learning.

Excellent value.

Students can play at home or at school.

Learn from any language.

Ideal for those whose first language is not English.