Poetry is a form of expression. It can have a positive impact on the social and emotional learning of children. Moreover, it encourages children to express themselves and their feelings. Our CM2-1 students wanted to express their feelings on their beloved island. Their inspiration was linked to History lessons taught in class. Continuer de lire Why teach poetry in class?
Who said that learning English have to be boring? English Clubs give children the opportunity to practice English in a relaxed and informal environment. Besides, after-school activities give children something positive to do when parents are working. Realising they’re good … Continuer de lire 1st Semester activities with English Club
Just imagine that you could only see pictures of fruits, but could not touch or taste them. How would you be able to talk about different tastes, textures and fragrances? Children learn best when they have the opportunity to experience something first hand. Not only does it allow children to use all their senses when they are exploring a new object or experience, but it also increases motivation and can improve behaviour as the child is more engaged in exploration. GS pupils are proud to share some exciting activities that they have performed during English classes. Continuer de lire 1st Semester activities with GS classes.
From our first day in GS class, we’ve enjoyed learning English, through songs, storytelling, interactive games, first hand experiences such as gardening and water play!! Besides, we also learned about other cultures. Our friend’s mum who comes from the United … Continuer de lire 1st Semester Flashback with GS2 and GS3
After-school activities teach specific skills, but are also an opportunity for kids to learn social skills like cooperation, negotiation and conflict resolution. Participation in these activities can subtly show them how to appropriately interact with others. Here are some fun … Continuer de lire ‘Do you speak English?’
Do you know how to make a family tree? Just ask the busy bees of GS-2 and GS-3 classes. By using their creativity, they were able to represent their beloved families in different artistic ways. Continuer de lire Family matters!