The last night was celebrated with a BBQ, a Birthday and a Disco!
Students danced their socks off (staff as well!). The tears flowed as people said their goodbyes with lots of promises to return again. Great friendships are made at CAE 🙂
Yesterday students participated in a final presentation. Victoria’s class presented to the group, while Holly’s class showed us their Film Trailers they have been making. Finally, Alex’s class ran an expo where they presented their ‘Choose your own adventure’ stories.
Every student received a certificate for the course, as well as a funny certificate as well. Special Awards were given for Class Prize, Portfolio Prize, Best House Girl and Boy (Laura and Daniil), Best All Rounders (Giulia and Matteo), Sports Awards (Agata and Artem) and very importantly the most improved (Jimena) and most English spoken (Nolan!). Congratulations everyone on an amazing two weeks!
As we say goodbye to all our fantastic students today, here is a look back at some of the excellent moments shared in the last few days of the course!
Jude’s weekly cooking elective was a delicious success!
Food Chain Game – a game of skill, speed and a great ability to hide!
The sun came out and we took full advantage with an afternoon pool party!
Yesterday during British Sports elective, the students had the chance to try Netball, a sport invented in England and a bit similar to Basketball.
Lots of fun, euphoria and running around – the students didn’t want to stop playing!
We then walked through Westminster, passed Westminster Abbey and through St James Park before reaching Buckingham Palace. The Queen was at home and students also saw the Royal Guards.
Classic British Phone-box image
The walk through St James Park
Sun beginning to shine!
Buckingham Palace in the distance!
After this big walk through the Royal areas of London, students visited Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery. Finally, it was onto Covent Garden for shopping and Pizza Hut for dinner!
For our second activity of our London trip students went on a City Cruise along the River Thames from the Tower of London to Westminster. Despite some threatening clouds, the weather stayed good and students were able to see a range of sites including the Shard, St Pauls Cathedral, the London Eye, Cleopatra’s Needle and the Houses of Parliament.