Monthly Archives: May 2015

Shared lunch.

Today we had a shared lunch. Many students took part, including International Students, the International Council, and students from the year 11 Geography and Japanese classes. Lots of students made delicious food, such as cookies, cheese scones, noodles, cake and … Continue reading

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Caring for our environment.

The year 11 class has been studying a short story with the theme of caring for the environment. This is also an important Lincoln value, so we decided to do a rubbish clean up in Mahoe Reserve, The Liffey River and … Continue reading

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Special visitors in class today!

Today we had two surprise visitors: two pet rats! They belong to a Science teacher at Lincoln. They were very friendly and inquisitive. We had a lot of fun holding them and we are sure they liked us as well!

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What are the senior ESOL classes studying now?

Both the senior classes are studying short stories by New Zealand authors. ESOL 102 students are reading ‘The Seahorse and the Reef’ by Witi Ihimaera and ESOL 202 students are studying ‘The Red Sari’ by Apirana Taylor. Both stories have … Continue reading

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Baking mornings!

Have you thought that baking and cooking  is a really good way to learn English? By reading recipes, you learn new vocabulary for ingredients and cooking tools, and  discover useful verbs. It is also a great incentive to read English instructions … Continue reading

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