Native Speaker September Update



The month of September was a great way to begin the new school year. This year I’m helping Mr.Cambell in his English classes (5euA and B). Pretty good kids.

Wave boarding was attended by the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th class the whole month. A very good month!! BANG!! !!!!
This summer my son and I took our dream vacation in Japan where, for me,  there was only one thing missing – all my little folders!! So in September, I took the origami club on a trip to Japan! We made beautiful hina (Japanese for a doll) with fancy hair and beautifully patterned kimonos- the boys were so impressed we started making samurai lords! We also made fighting Sumo wrestlers and posed Sumo figures- I brought my big program from the grand tournament I attended in Nagoya!  I brought a video and pictures of the matches, as well as pictures from the Hiroshima Children’s Peace Memorial, the Pokemon Center and Tokyo Cat Cafe! And everything was covered in the puffy stickers I hauled back from Daiso, the Japanese euro store!!  Coming back to school was so much 楽しい!
In 3euA and 3euB we have been working on our Butterfly project. We studied the Butterfly life cycle and took our caterpillars through the cycle to Butterflies.
Cooking has been going well Pizza Baguettes and Garden Salad were on the menu this month.



Really happy to be apart of the Native English Speaker Program. For the month of September, each Friday I have been helping with Mrs Hagmanns 6euC class where the students completed a power point presentation about the different systems of the body. Following this lesson, I am with Mrs. Rollys 4euA English class and assisted with the reading program and helped with the sports day. Lunch club in the garden is a lot of fun despite the cool weather coming through, it’s still lovely being outside with the kids. Topic Class with 5euB is fun learning all about our eyes and ears plus a class trip to a science workshop. Looking forward to returning to school after the Berlitz Camps.


Good to be back with my class from last year, the  2 Eu A . With the weather being so good we have been getting outside whenever possible. I was happy to go with the class trip to Kühlungsborn where we spent 5 days working hard on the beach…
Great start to lunchtime football with lots of boys coming. Looking forward to our first tournament of the year the Drumbo Cup.
I just started working as a Native Speaker in September. I’m working with 4EUB and they’re a great group! I’m excited to continue working with everyone as we move into October!
The Tuesday Travel Club will be kicking off in October! We’ll be making travel brochures and postcards and the kids can bring in photos and things they want to share from their own travels. Everyone is welcome!
I’ve had lots of new children join the younger choir this year and we are having a lot of fun playing English musical games and learning some music from the Jungle Book! Looking forward to the rest of the year.