What a day we had on Thursday, Celebrating our annual Modern Foreign Languages day! This morning in 5LF the girls have been sharing their thoughts and experiences.
â€œWe got to perform our own Chinese dancing in groups. It was like being in a real dragon! All thanks to mrs LabbÃ© and the staff who helped bring us an amazing Chinese themed day.â€ Connie and Caitlin.
â€œI think we experienced a bit about what China was like; how they celebrate. We had fun learning and counting in Chinese.â€ Katie W
â€œWhen we got to learn the numbers I found it really interesting to see the symbols and that they do signs for them too.” Isha
â€œIt was fun and exciting. I liked the clay work best, but it was very hard to make the detail on the armour!â€ Ariella
â€œI loved Chinese Day because we got to learn about the famous terracotta army and made our own Hesketh House army out of clay.â€ Manahil
â€œIt was really good and I enjoyed it. I liked the dancing because we got to go in a real Chinese dragon. I think we learned a lot as well as having fun.â€ Lily
“I really enjoyed doing and saying the Chinese numbers and making dragons. The best bit is that we got to make a man from the army out of clay. I enjoyed learning about China. Thank you to all the people who decided and made it happen.” Louise
“Chinese Day was amazing. I loved making a little Terracotta Army out of clay. I got very messy! We danced in a Chinese dragon, which was fun. We also learnt some Chinese numbers. The teachers out a lot of effort in to make the day great.” Amerleen
“I really enjoyed Chinese day. I loved the fact that we got to dress down because you felt you were actually Chinese! The thing I enjoyed most was dancing in the dragon and that you got to play the instruments. I also liked counting in Chinese because you never know when that might come in handy.” Emma
“I had lots of fun on Chinese day. I especially enjoyed the Chinese dragon dancing and also enjoyed making the Terracotta Army.” Anon (5LF)
“The dragons were amazing.” Anon (5LF)
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