Thank you to the kids and staff at Valence and Godwin Primary Schools!

February 5, 2011 at 11:39 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

Wow – that was such a great day! Rhonda Rabbit and I hopped along to two fabulous primary schools in Essex on Friday – Valence Primary School and Godwin Primary School – and met all the wonderful kids and their terrific teachers! There were some fantastic Chinese New Year displays in the halls and corridors, and we had so much fun talking about the Chinese Zodiac and the mighty Emperor Qin Shi Huang and his many wicked ways, not to mention the Great Wall of China, the Terracotta Warrriors, and that evil cat Alice! Thanks kids and teachers for a memorable day!

Here’s me with some lovely kids from Valence Primary School!

And me with Julie Phillips, head teacher at Godwin Primary School, with some Godwin bunnies!

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  1. we enjoyed you at at godwin aswell what a meorable day aswell hope you can come back enjoyed all your hong kong facts im from godwin thank-you for comeing

    • Hi Angela – it was a great pleasure and I’m glad you enjoyed learning a bit about China! Kung Hei Fat Choi! (Which means Happy New Year in Chinese!)

  2. Hi Sarah
    Thank you so much for a wonderfully entertaining morning!- The children of Valence Primary thorougly enjoyed your visit and can’t wait to read more of your stories!
    Mrs Chaplin(Headteacher)

    • Thanks so much Liz – I really enjoyed meeting you all and the kids were a lot of fun to work with! Kung Hei Fat Choi to you all at Valence! Sarah


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