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Welcome back to school!

After the Chinese Spring Festival holiday children from Nursery to Year 6 all had a fun and dynamic first week in Chinese.

  • Y1 Chinese Class
  • Y3 Chinese Class
Children in Reception learned about fruits. The Forbidden City class was talking about what fruits they like and completed a mini book with content of various fruits. They enjoyed a song with lovely rhythm about strawberries: 草莓草莓,大又美丽,头顶绿色帽,身穿红外衣.
In Year 1 Great Wall and Tian’an Men classes, children learned how to introduce their friends. Children can now tell you their friend’s name, age and year group in Chinese.
In Year 3 Tian’an Men class, children gave advice on what clothes you should wear according to different weather conditions.
In Year 4 Great Wall class, children role-played seeing a doctor. Some of the patients had got a “headache”, and sometimes “stomachache” or other pains. The “doctors” were very professional when they examined the ‘patients’ and gave them some advice.
By Susan Wang