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摘要: Laura’s ClubThis week we solidified our positions. All the students worked hard to remember the correct place to stand, and where they should move to.We also polished our movements, to make sure we a ...


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Laura’s Club


This week we solidified our positions. All the students worked hard to remember the correct place to stand, and where they should move to.

We also polished our movements, to make sure we are all doing the same. The only difficulty is that some students miss parts because of duty or other reasons, so we came up with a solution! Miss Laura made some numbered squares to show each student's position. This means that if someone misses a class, we remember to leave a space for them! We will see how this works over the next few weeks! 

I think the girls are working so hard, and it's really coming together as a beautiful piece!


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Amy’s Club


This week we completed our St Paddy’s project and moved to a new celebration of life: Easter. 

This Sunday is Easter Sunday, a day full of magic bunnies, chickens, eggs and treats, so we set about filling our own basket with glitter eggs. The younger students coloured their basket and eggs which await glittering while the older students attempted cardboard baskets separate from eggs for a more 3D effect. These will be completed with sequins on Easter Monday and mounted on cardboard. Who knows, maybe the Easter bunny will have left them a little something for their efforts which can also be added to the basket…



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Orlando’s Club


Today Grade 1 had an exploratory time playing a new indoor game of Bowling. Bowling has been around since Ancient Egyptian and Ancient Roman times, but today we invented an imaginative version. 

We used cones as the “Bowling pins”, and a small football as a “Bowling ball”. Mr Orlando gave an example of indoor Bowling. The rules were simple…there were no rules! Students were able to throw the ball the best way they saw fit, to knock over the cones, and rack up the points for their teams. There were five teams of four students and as the games progressed each student would create a different way to try to knock over the cones.  


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Mark’s Club


Typical Guangzhou weather plagued us on Monday as rain once again prevented us from using our ideal spot outside. Thankfully we had been spared the humidity and found our reserve space in the corridor was gloriously dry and very suitable for us to play handball on.

Perhaps by some miracle, the rain had gone and the sun was out for Wednesday afternoon's English corner. Unfortunately our usual location in the playground was still too damp for us to play, so we went searching for an area on the much drier basketball courts. After been unceremoniously booted off all of the already occupied courts, we settled for a tiny stretch between the boundary lines and shaped ourselves some microscopic squares in which to play a six (later expanded to eight) person match. The students seem to struggle with the concept of 'every man for himself'; instead they prefer the 'every man against Mark' strategy which wouldn't be a problem under normal circumstances, except the students have mastered the art of agreeing in unwavering consensus that any self-eliminating play they make is actually a Mark-defeating play. Future English corners may see Mark retire from participating and instead act as the sole unbiased umpire whose judgments are not open for debate.    




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David’s Club


Last week, students couldn't play football on Monday due to the rain, cause the ground gets slippery and the students would get hurt, so we decided not to take any risks for the students' health and have an English movie session with a film kids around the world love: Kung Fu Panda. This way students were safe and protected from the weather conditions while still practising their English. 

On Wednesday, students trained speed of reaction with the handkerchief game: they made 2 teams with the teacher in the middle calling them and students had to run faster than their opponent. They also kept on practising shots on goal, paying special attention to the surface of the foot with which to hit the ball.


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Chris’s Club


This week, we had English Corner both inside and outside. 

On Monday, we gathered around the Reading Corner and read a few picture books out loud. The students tried to recognize words and guess what would happen next in the story. 

On Wednesday, we got back outside for some basketball and we worked on their shooting. The students would shoot, then help the next student retrieve the ball. They also practiced the words and phrases, dribbling, shoot the ball, points and 2-point line.






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