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Tu Xuong Year 3 Visit Thien Phuoc Orphanage

18 June 2015

Naomi-On Wednesday 17th June, some Year 3 children went to Thien Phuoc Orphanage to play with the children there. At first I was both nervous and excited but when we got there I saw a boy I remembered. He tried his best to make playdough models and that made me really happy.

Vani-I had fun making a playdough model of a cup cake for a little girl.

Khanh Nhu- At first I felt nervous because I had never been to the orphanage before and I wondered what it would look like. Later, I felt happy because the children were kind.

Abhinav-I felt sad seeing the disabled children as it was tricky for them to do some things. I liked helping the children to make shapes out of playdough.

Dishan-First I felt nervous but then, when I started playing with the children, I didn’t feel nervous anymore.

Billy-I felt sad that some of the children found it difficult to talk. I liked making playdough models with my new friends from Thien Phuoc.

Albane-I had lots of fun.

A selection of thoughts from the children in 3X.

Beth Chrystie, 3X Class Teacher

Year 3 Visiting Thien Phuoc Orphanage IMG_2903 IMG_2905 IMG_2907 IMG_2908 IMG_2913