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Huaxin Sensory Workshop

23 januari 2018

On Friday 19 January BISS Puxi hosted the second Sensory Workshop of the academic year for our friends from the Huaxin Rehabilitation Centre.

  • Huaxin Sensory Workshop
  • Huaxin Sensory Workshop

Twelve of our Key Stage 3 Students, assisted by four of our IB students, led stations that focussed on different senses. While the children had fun trying out different activities with our students in Stage 1, their parents and carers attended a painting workshop led by Ms Dixon. At the end of the session everyone met up again for a nice lunch in the secondary Dining Room. It was a really enjoyable morning and we look forward to seeing our friends from Huaxin again soon!

‘I thought it was very a good experience especially for interacting with people who aren’t as fortunate as we are. It was also great to use my Chinese outside of class in a different context’ (Loric Vezin, Year 12).

‘The children loved the activities we organised for them. The play doh station was fun. It was cool to see the children communicate with us!’ (Laila Ru Hoctor, Year 7).

Alexander Cattell, Secondary Global Campus Leader    

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