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Thao Dien Disabled School Visits

The Community Project for Year 8 involves visiting Thao Dien School for Disabled Children during their ILS lesson. This year, each year 8 class will be visiting Thao Dien twice to do the different activities that they have prepared.

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All activities are related to either fruit or vegetables which will support Thao Dien student’s understanding of food for their new vocational cooking class.

8B's visit – 16th October and 6th November

Before their first visit, students spent time learning about Thao Dien and the children there, then they planned various activities related to fruit. During our first visit, our students were a bit nervous and excited at the same time to meet the children. They got along well and started to interact with each other as soon as we arrived and started our activities. They had fun interacting with our students whilst painting, drawing, using clay to make fruits, decorating paper art and learning some of the fruits vocabulary in English via flash cards.

Although it was just two short visits, it was a great opportunity for our students to leave their comfort zone and have a fruitful experience working with different people in our community!

Geok Lan Ker, Head of Mandarin

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