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Spanish Exchange Trip 2017 – Post Five

April 11, 2017

Spanish Exchange Trip 2017 – Post Five

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

A fantastic end to our Spanish Exchange for 2017. 

We spent time in school participating in a Spanish conversation lesson, then took part in the school’s annual giant salt picture, creating the Ballard School shield!

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The Ballard School shield – created out of salt!

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More of the salt pictures created in the school’s annual salt picture making day.

The Ballard students were a credit to their families and their school, embracing every new experience with enthusiasm and mixing so well with the Spanish students. We’re already looking forward to their return visit at the end of June 2017.

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Mrs B receiving a shield to thank her for her work with the Spanish Exchange.

Mrs B was very touched to be presented in assembly with an engraved school shield by the Spanish school, thanking her for her contribution to the exchange.

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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