It’s been great to see students making the most of the activities on offer in the HUB during break time. Students have the chance to play board games, do colouring or activity sheets, watch a film or series in English, read a book or just come in and chat.
We have a range of games at the HUB that are available for students to come and play during break. There are group games, games to play in pairs and also individual games.
There are also activity and colouring sheets where students can practice some basic vocabulary such as food, places and animals and do activities like wordsearches and anagrams.
There is currently a schedule due to the limited capacity we have (Covid protocol) so students can check the schedule at the entrance to the HUB to see which break their grade can come to the HUB.
Feel free to drop by the HUB for a Spot It Challenge!
Hey everyone! At the Hub we are looking for more students to get involved with our media projects in the second semester. You can find more information below.
We are about to start on the preparation of the second edition of our English Hub Magazine and we are looking for more students to participate.
You can work on articles, interviews, reviews, recipes, whatever you would like to write about, we would love to hear from you.
SOCIAL MEDIA TEAM
If you would like to contribute to our social media team, get in touch! You can join the team in the creation and posting of content on our HUB Instagram page.
If you would like to participate in the Magazine or Social Media Team or would like more information, please come to the HUB at break to speak directly to Miss Melanie or you can send an email to email@example.com
Last week we had a really fun activity with our first grade students. It was part of a new project that we have launched in the HUB to connect our students with pupils in a school in the UK. The idea is to give our students the opportunity to learn through interaction and cultural exchange. Students will be able to develop and put into practice their English communication skills and explore the world through the partnership.
In this first encounter, students had the chance to connect with a class in England via video call. The session was focused on getting to know each other and the students played an animal guessing game and also asked and answered questions in English to get to know a bit more about the children from the other country. Students from both countries enjoyed the activity and everyone participated really well!