Session Format

SESSION TIMES

Saturdays - 10.00am - 12.00 noon, or

Wednesdays - 9.45 am - 11.45am

TEACHING FORMAT

Under the guidance of the teacher:

  • Introductory session for all children.
  • Includes greetings, routine songs, rhymes, language to settle children, music, etc.
  • Tuition/story.
  • Activity related to topic.

MORNING TEA

  • Children bring their own food and drink.
  • Chinese tea is available for parents/caregivers.

CRAFT TIME/ACTIVITY

  • Under guidance of parent/caregiver and the teacher.Short session of basic Mandarin phrases.
  • Parent/caregiver assisted activities to reinforce topic of the day and to practice the language.
  • Parents/caregiver and children tidy up.

GUIDELINES/EXPECTATIONS

  • Punctuality Ð Parents to sign in on arrival (for civil defense purposes).
  • Song sheets are available to be taken home.
  • Craft activities and handouts to be put into scrapbooks supplied by YYY.
  • Cantonese is the preferred language to be spoken where possible.
  • Parents/caregivers are to be actively involved in the sessions. Duty rosters will be drawn up (refer to ÔParent Duty ResponsibilitiesÕ).
  • Let a core committee member know if you are leaving early (for the purpose of the Roll book & evacuation procedures).
  • A parent/caregiver must accompany and be responsible for their child or children throughout the whole session.
What's New!
   
Moon Festival Dinner 7 October 2017 -

This years Moon Festival Dinner is on Saturday 7 October at Grand Century Restaurant.  Book your table of 10 for $380 at fundraising@wcscc.org.nz, As usual, we allow for children at $15 per head (12 years and younger).  

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2010 International Dragon competition -

WCSCC Dragon Dance Troupe’s participation in the World Luminous Dragon Dance Championships – Hong Kong 2010

Eleven teams from 10 countries participated in a competition which included the very best teams from Asia and including one team from Scotland.
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