half term holiday programme activities for ESOL students

Art and nature were the key themes of an activity day for asphaleia ESOL students. A group of 20 students on our Worthing On Track ESOL course engaged in making origami paper figures such as swans, cranes and a "fortune teller". Some were attempting the Japanese paper-folding art for the first time, while informally learning the names of 3D shapes such as squares, triangles and rectangles.



Once every 2D square had been transformed into a 3D origami shape, the international students headed off to Worthing Dome Cinema to see the light-hearted animated film "Sing 2", with its cast of showbiz animals including a koala bear director, an arctic wolf wannabe star and a punky porcupine with a heart of gold. Some of the students had never had the opportunity to go to the cinema in their own country, so appreciated this chance to see a film in Worthing's historic picture-house.


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