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Spanish Exchange Trip 2017 – Post Four

April 5, 2017
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Spanish Exchange Trip 2017 – Post Four

For our other posts from the 2017 Spanish Exchange Trip with El Centro Ingles, see Post Three, Post Two and Post One.

A report from Mrs B on the day from our Spanish Exchange group in southern Spain.

 

Very proud of our students today as they had 3 occasions when they had to stand up and speak in Spanish.

The first was assembly for Years 3-4 where they presented PowerPoints that they prepared on Monday on Ballard, New Forest, London, the Royal family and British food.

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Presenting in Spanish on Ballard School and the UK

The second was in a Spanish lesson with their partners and they had to prepare and act out different role play situations.

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Acting out different roles in a Spanish setting

Finally in a business studies class they had to research local industries and present 5 facts in Spanish to the rest of the class.

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Presenting facts about Spanish businesses in Business Studies class.

This afternoon they learnt how to play paddle tennis and had a go at horse riding at a nearby stables where they also fell in love with some puppies!

We tweet from @BallardSchool. For more from our Modern Foreign Languages department, please visit their webpage.

Ballard School is an independent, private co-educational school in New Milton, Hampshire, providing an outstanding level of education for nursery to GCSE. With small class sizes and proven academic excellence, we strive to nurture the academic potential of all students. Learn more about our academic programmes, pastoral care, facilities and school ethos by visiting our website or by requesting a prospectus here.

 

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