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Summer School Brings a Different Perspective to Learning

06 July 2015

The school year may well be finished but last week saw the start of our Summer School programme with lots of excited children and teenagers all ready to learn some English and have fun.

In their English lessons, the students have been learning lots of new vocabulary, new grammatical structures and practising their reading, writing and listening skills. 

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The afternoon sessions seen the students participate in a range of activities from sports such as basketball, football, swimming to designing logos in Business Club.

On Friday afternoon, the students engaged in forest work activity with China Forest School coming to our campus. They made quoits, learned how to make bow and arrows, tested them out [safely!] and built a stick tower as tall as they could.

The teens in their English for Academic purposes [EAP] started to prepare for the formal debate by deciding teams, the motion to debate and carrying out research on the topic which is - This house would ban school uniforms.  They also learnt how to write speeches in English and will soon practise giving them. This is all gearing up to the formal debate on the very last day of summer school.

So far so good.