Students in the English as an Additional Language (EAL) department have been working hard this year. They have been studying many various interesting topics including, Ancient Egypt, The Rainforest, Where we live, Farms and Toys.
All the children are making good progress which is of great benefit to them when they are learning in their mainstream classroom. We are delighted to say that after Chinese New Year there will be 26 students graduating from the EAL programme. They have all achieved exit levels across skills such as reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Please click the above photo gallery to see some pictures of the graduating students together with some quotes about their experiences on the EAL programme.
“I like Super Minds because we can listen to songs and colour and write”, Yancey Year1
“Doing the work and Super Minds and all my friends. Lunchtime was my favourite topic, Jayden Year2.
“I like reading the stories because they are fun and I feel good’, Bella year3
“I learn new words and I enjoy being tested”, James Year 4
“I love the interactive games on Super Mind. All the books have helped me with my grammar”, Lloyd Year 5
“I enjoy reading and writing. I enjoy all the topics such as ‘Rock’ and ‘Roll’ and the Rainforest’. These topics are interesting and I find out lots of useful facts, “ Felix year 5.
Congratulations to the following graduating students:
Year 1 Chloe Chu, Alina Soerensen, Amber Zhang and Yancey Shen
Year 2 Ryan Huang, Daniel Jang, JooAh Lee, Jayden Kim, Mia Deng, Ji’An Shin, Ryan Phan
Year 3 Bella Yoo, Grace Song, Jaden Lee
Year 4 Kevin Phuc, Eugene Shen, JiHu Lee, Jenny Oh, Sebastian Benes, James Lee
Year 5 Felix Gumennyy, Lloyd Woo, Otavio Sousa Dias Lopes
Year 6 Mylene Rancuret, Dichaba Motaung, William Wang
Update from: Ms. Elaine Waterland, Primary EAL Teacher