Our host students and Chinese visiting students had a fun day sharing cultures. Games, cooking and challenges kept everyone having a fun filled day. Thanks to all the organisers and Bendigo Senior Secondary College for hosting. What did you enjoy?
Applications for the 2016 overseas learning experience are now welcome and due in to each school by Friday 16th October.
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Today we attended our second preparation day for our journey to China next week. We participated in three activities giving us more information for our overseas learning experience.
The first was a travel session where we talked about catching trains and using travel cards etc. The next activity was all about our baggage and hotel laundry. Packing our bags is very important so we can fit everything in and have room to bring home gifts. The last activity was with Juncai and we learned all about the money and bartering at the markets.
A highlight of the day was having our photo taken with the Past Mayor Rod Fyffe.
Our pre OSLE session was attended by an excited group of students and teachers yesterday at Golden Square. The count down is nearing our departure date with less than 20 days to go.
On Monday 20th October Mayor Barry Lyons welcomed our Chinese students to Bendigo at the Bendigo Town Hall. Our host families, teachers and Principals attended also and watched our students being presented with bags full of tourist information.
Please leave your welcome messages here for all our Chinese students and teachers. It’s not long to go and we will meet them.
Team China had a great day visiting their sister schools in Suzhou. This entry was taken from the Camp Hill blog.
You know when we have school assembly on Monday afternoon and everyone just ambles in and sits down in straight’ish kind of lines and there’s a bit of chatter and not everyone is always facing the front……….. AND there’s only 360 students??
Well………we attended a school assembly this morning at Fung Doh Primary School and there were 2000 students who all stood in straight lines, didn’t make a sound and every one of them was facing the front – looking at us (along with Kangaroo Flat P.S)!
Check out Camp Hills blog to read more.
Amazing and even our bigger schools would feel small in China.