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Spanish exchange 2018 at Ballard – Post one

June 19, 2018

Spanish exchange visits Ballard

Earlier in the year our Spanish students traveled to the south of Spain to meet with pupils from ‘The English Centre‘, near Seville. Now it is the turn of our Ballard family to host pupils. For blogs from the trip to Spain – Blog 4, Blog 3, Blog 2, Blog 1.

Our first day

Our first day of the Spanish exchange at Ballard.

Senior Spanish exchange computers

Our Spanish exchange team working with Ballard pupils to prepare presentations.

The students started the day working with their English peers and preparing a presentation about Spanish topics that they then delivered to Year 7 and 8 pupils. They did a great job!

 Senior Spanish exchange croquet

Learning from the master – a lesson in the English game of croquet!

Later on, the Spanish students enjoyed a croquet lesson with Mr Reid, our Headmaster (it cannot get more English than this!).

Visiting Bournemouth

Senior Spanish exchange pier

Visiting Bournemouth Pier

After lunch, Mr C took us to Bournemouth where everyone enjoyed an ice-cream whilst admiring the beautiful beaches and walking through Bournemouth Gardens.

 Senior Spanish exchange pavilion

Bournemouth Pavilion

Finally, a game of mini-golf and back to school.

What a great day!

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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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