Chinese Day at Melsonby - Comments from NSC children
My favourite activity was Chinese culture. We scribed Chinese symbols. We did them with black paint and a wedge – shape paint brush.
By Ben Phillips Y4
Tai chi was the best thing because it made you look stronger.
Lucas Trenholm Y4
One of my favourite activities at Melsonby was Chinese ribbon dancing because we got to perform our dances. I also enjoyed Tai Chi and Kung Fu because Tai Chi was very gentle and slow and Kung Fu was very sharp and fierce.
By Freya Wilford Y4
On Monday 11th February 2019 the whole school went to Melsonby for a Chinese Day. We learned a small amount of Tai Chi and Kung Fu (it was really fun;!). We also worked towards a ribbon dance performance. Next we did a fair amount of writing in Chinese after that we made Chinese lanterns.
By Florence Phillips Y6
My favourite activity that we did on Chinese day at Melsonby school on Monday 11th February 2019 was ribbon dancing and Tai Chi. Tai Chi was making shapes of the Chinese animals, through dance and I enjoyed that. Ribbon dancing meant swirling the ribbon and moving our bodies at the
same time, which made me full of delight, and I loved performing it with my friends.
By Felicity Thompson Y4
On Chinese day we did Tai Chi, Kung Fu, ribbon dancing, crafts and Chinese writing. My personal favourite was Chinese ribbon dancing because it made me feel free.
By Isabella Thompson Y4
My favourite activity at Melsonby School was Tai Chi because it was calm, relaxing and it was interesting. Also I was competent at it.
Ryan Harding Year 6
On Chinese day we took part in Tai Chi, Kung Fu, ribbon dancing, crafts and Chinese writing. My favourite thing was Tai Chi because it was relaxing.
Hannah Smith Year 5
On Chinese year day, my favourite activity was Kung Fu. Because it made me feel comfortable and it was fun. We also did: Chinese ribbon dancing, Chinese culture and we even made a Chinese lantern. I found out I was a rat in the Chinese calendar.
By Isaac Tate Y5
On the 11th of February 2019, the whole of North and South Cowton Primary School travelled to Melsonby School to have a joint Chinese Day with them. There was Chinese ribbon dancing, Chinese Tai Chi and Kung Fu, Chinese symbol, even Chinese lunch. But my favourite was the Chinese Lanterns; we were able to decorate them with glitter and a paper handle and also used perforated paper as fake flame which really stood out.
Matthew Brown Y6
On Chinese day I had learnt a lot and I extremely enjoyed myself. We did: Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Chinese writing, Chinese ribbon dancing and some crafts. My personal favourite was the Chinese ribbon dancing because it made me feel relaxed. This took place outside.
By Alice Cowton Y5
My favourite activity on Chinese day at Melsonby School was definitely ribbon dancing as it was relaxing and the fluid movements blended the colours together into one.
By Nathan Booth Y6