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Bonjour la classe

30 March 2017

You always know it’s going to be a good week at BISS Puxi when it’s the International Food Fair/Parade but the Reception Bears have taken International life to a new level this week.

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We have been looking at maps, listening to greetings in different languages and learning all about where we’re all from. Some of us are from countries that are very far away, like the Czech Republic in Europe, Sweden, Australia and the little old UK.

However, we were very lucky to have such a helpful International visitor…who brought sweet treats.

Ewan Rickford’s Mum, Elise, made the journey to our classroom from the Secondary School to teach us all about the delicious French food crepes! We listened so carefully to her instructions, some of which were in French! Elise cooked the crepes, showing us how to know when they were ready, “I can see some bubbles! – Dominik” “It has to get dry first, now it’s wet – Leo” before eating them with a delicious choice of topping – YUM!

What a great day. Thank you Mrs Rickford!

Alison Marshall, Reception Class Teacher