Today we visited a Kindergarten for children age 2-5years old. They were so cute! We really liked their little beds for nap time.
This is the English class for children aged 9 and 10. They are singing about the time of day.
Here is another video of KS1 singing for me in English.
This is the same class singing for me and Miss Witter in Romanian. The children asked us to join in but our Romanian was not as good as their English although I think Miss Witter had a very good try!
Today we were invited to attend a Romanian workshop, where the children made lots of different things.
We also made some new friends.
This is Anna Marie and Cristina. They are 10 years old. They helped me to decorate a pot and let me share their paint.
This is Dania the class teacher for KS1 who has made me very welcome.
Tonight we have met with our Comenius partners for an evening meal. We have been talking about all of the fantastic work that we have been doing in school this term and have been talking about when everyone came to visit England! They all say that they had a fantastic time!!
When I arrived at school, I was welcomed by a class of children aged 6. They gave me a demonstration of the English they had learnt. They sang me a song about fruit and clothes and named some animals.
Next, I went to visit a class of children who were 10 years old. Again they demonstrated their English by showing us some projects they had done.
In another class, I was given a history lesson on Romania and shown some artefacts and photographs.
The children and teachers in the Romanian school are very friendly and made us feel very welcome.
Today I taught counting up to 20 to children age 6. They were amazing!
After I went to see children age 9 in their traditional clothes.
Next some of the children presented their work on England to me. Their English speaking and writing was fantastic.
After lunch we went to visit a palace in a very expensive area. Wanda from Romania has been looking after us very well.
Today was another busy day . We arrived at the school to be taken quickly into classes where we were given a taste of school life in Romania.