The exhibition area is crowded with students. Right now Kingston International school is visiting our exhibition. We’ve already had Japanese International school visit and soon the LSY school will come to see our exhibition. All the groups had a mini crowd of students at one time or another. I’m relieved that soon exhibition will soon be over, though I did have fun. It is quite tiring and annoying that we constantly have to repeat the same things over and over again to different students. But it’s great to see how many students are interested and care about all these issues. We just have the LSY students and about two more classes from HKA. Luckily, we can have a nice rest over the weekend.
I’m passionate about plastic because I don’t like to see animals in danger in the sea because of plastic. We have been working on getting ready for the day of the Exhibition. And today is the last day of the Exhibition. The LSY kids are playing some games, like board games or kahoot, to know what our issue is. I’ve been doing three jobs and now this is my fourth job. I have been an Outside Guide, showed people the Wonder Windows and been a Blogger. I enjoyed the Wonder Window because I like talking about what we typed for our quote and talking about who are the names of the children in my group and our Exhibition issue. The challenging job is the Outside Guide because everyone was a bit too noisy and I couldn’t hear the person next to me. It was a bit distracting. The best part was doing the blog because I like doing blogs and it is my kind of thing to do.
Signing off, Claire.
With Grade 11 leaving, the day only gets busier. Japanese International School should be arriving any minute. Our first international school at exhibition. Lots of presenting is happening and although a shorter working day, much harder for our 11 groups. This morning has been good, PK2 has come and were quite interested in what G5 had to offer. The crowds are getting bigger and bigger for our final day of G5X. Signing off, Calvin
International schools in Hong Kong are coming to our G5 exhibition. This is our last day so make sure you read the blog with full detail. Today we have invited grade 4ai /3ai to our exhibition. We also have invited pk2 students to our booth. Seriously everybody’s tired. Japanese International school has just arrived. My god this day is seriously getting big. Outside guides are presenting to the J.I.S kids and staff. Did you know J.I.S beat HKA in the B.O.B. Back to the exhibition they are walking in the exhibition area. There are so many children. How can I touch base with those children? How big can this day get? Live Stream is currently at the Animal Testing group, explaining their issue and action. Well I hope Japanese International School have a great time at the exhibition.
Signing off, Jacob McSweeney
Right now, we are having 4Ren and G11, Ms Roundy’s Class, coming to see our presentations. I can see that all of the students are working hard and persevering throughout the early morning. Mr. Nick has just came and wants to enjoy our presentations. He is the music teacher in primary school and has very kindly taken time to see our presentations. Now I can see that Ms. Lauren's class from G4 has just arrived. I can also see that the live stream is doing some hard work too and doing a great job interviewing everyone. The live chat is talking to a lot of different people around the world, and it’s great to see that people are asking questions to the live chatter (Sebastian). All teachers are working hard and I really want to thank them for supporting us and letting us discover our Exhibition issue’s. Now it’s someone else’s turn so I will hand them over the job. Jacob, over to you!
It’s a busy start already. We have the PK1Ren, and Ms.Roundy’s G11 class taking a special look at our G5X this year. Ms.Roundy’s G11 class is here to come round and take a special look at our booths, asking us questions about our issue, that are happening right now. Who’s this? It’s only Mr.Nick the primary school music teacher coming round and taking a look at the IT station, where I’m sat at right now, and all the other exhibition groups. The cute kids from PK1Ren are leaving to make way for G4Ren, who are being welcomed by the outside guides, their job is to introduce all the new students coming into our exhibition area with a smile. I’m looking forward to 11:00 to 11:30, where Simon and I will be the leaders of the live stream, and hopefully, my grandparents will be viewing.
G5 Exhibition Blog
A place where our G5 exhibitioners leave reflections and thoughts on their experiences