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China day at The Ashcombe School Monday 30th October 2006

 We are again offering a free day for managers and those who are developing Chinese in schools and colleges to meet and learn from each others’ progress [and mistakes!]

The day is participative and informal wit a range of topics covered so we do hope that it will be an opportunity to learn from each other and take new ideas back. 

Refreshments are offered and directions to the school can be obtained from

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Chinese day Monday 30 October 2006

For Managers and Teachers of Chinese who are involved in developing the subject in their school curriculum.

There will be an opportunity to look and to buy teaching materials from Heath Books, the leading supplier of Chinese educational books.

10.00 registration and coffee

10.15 -10.45 The Ashcombe School. How we have developed Chinese and our plans for the future

Peter Thompson, Deputy Headteacher, The Ashcombe School

10.45 -11.30

Session for discussion and to give delegates the opportunity to talk how they have developed Chinese within their own institution rasing issues that could be of benefit to others present

11.30 -11.45 coffee

11.45 -12.10

The British Council Summer Study Programme and Gap Year Scholarship

Dominic Regester, Briitsh Council

12.10 -1.00

Lunch and book display

1.00 -1.15

Ashcombe students talk about their experience on the summer exchange 2006

1.15 - 1.45

How to organise an exchange programme with a school in China

Anne Martin


Accreditation for Chinese –the Asset Language Scheme

Speaker to be confirmed

2.15 - 2.30

Chinese tea

2.30 – 2.45

Chinese across the curriculum

The Ashcombe School’s approach

Sixth Form Entitlement and Chinese, Year 10 International Business Week, and the English Language Department Chinese literature module

2.45 -3.00

Questions, discussion and end of session