Ni Hao Children's Community charitable trust

Community Organisation

Ni Hao Children's Community charitable trust
3 Heaton Terrace
Brooklyn
Wellington 6021
626 days ago

Creative school holiday programme having fun with the Mandarin Chinese language

Ni Hao Children's Community charitable trust

Introducing our new 2018 School Holiday Programme: Language Play! It's a 4-day-week long holiday programme where the children have the chance to let their hair down, use their imagination to work with a Ni Hao Children’s Community teacher and other children and produce their own play using … View moreIntroducing our new 2018 School Holiday Programme: Language Play! It's a 4-day-week long holiday programme where the children have the chance to let their hair down, use their imagination to work with a Ni Hao Children’s Community teacher and other children and produce their own play using the Mandarin Chinese language (as well as some English and any other languages they may be fluent in). There is no limit to the children’s creativity – the play could be a Star Wars – Emoji – Minions mashup comedy! $120 per week.

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838 days ago

Conversational Mandarin for kids, Northland Memorial Community Centre, Tuesdays 4:30pm

Ni Hao Children's Community charitable trust

Fun classes for children Years 1 to 8 learning Mandarin Chinese as an Additional Conversational Language are happening near you!

The classes are starting Tuesday 9 May, 4:30pm-5:20pm at the Northland Memorial Community Centre (Memorial Rooms). Families can enrol or view more info on … View more
Fun classes for children Years 1 to 8 learning Mandarin Chinese as an Additional Conversational Language are happening near you!

The classes are starting Tuesday 9 May, 4:30pm-5:20pm at the Northland Memorial Community Centre (Memorial Rooms). Families can enrol or view more info on www.nihaocc.org.nz.... You can also book a free trial for the first two weeks of the term here: nihaocc.org.nz...

Our 50-minute classes provide full immersion in the language so that the children learn and absorb in a Mandarin Chinese speaking environment. The classes are for those learning the language as a foreign or second language, and the aim is that the children learn to converse in it! We follow a structured curriculum, and use lots of interaction, songs/raps, movement and games as part of the learning experience. There are no whiteboards or desks!

The emphasis of these classes will be to develop listening, comprehension and conversational skills in Mandarin Chinese. The classes also introduce recognition and reading of Chinese characters, in a practical way.

Children can be dropped off to class and picked up after by a pre-authorised adult, however parents/caregivers are welcome to join in the class, and may sometimes be asked to help with props or be actors!

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838 days ago

Conversational Mandarin classes for Kids, Mon 4:30pm, Brooklyn Scout Hall

Ni Hao Children's Community charitable trust

Fun classes for children Years 1 to 8 learning Mandarin Chinese as an Additional Conversational Language are happening near you!

The classes are starting Monday 8 May, 4:30pm-5:20pm at the Brooklyn Scout Hall. Families can enrol or view more info on www.nihaocc.org.nz.... You can also book a … View more
Fun classes for children Years 1 to 8 learning Mandarin Chinese as an Additional Conversational Language are happening near you!

The classes are starting Monday 8 May, 4:30pm-5:20pm at the Brooklyn Scout Hall. Families can enrol or view more info on www.nihaocc.org.nz.... You can also book a free trial for the first two weeks of the term here: nihaocc.org.nz...

Our 50-minute classes provide full immersion in the language so that the children learn and absorb in a Mandarin Chinese speaking environment. The classes are for those learning the language as a foreign or second language, and the aim is that the children learn to converse in it! We follow a structured curriculum, and use lots of interaction, songs/raps, movement and games as part of the learning experience. There are no whiteboards or desks!

The emphasis of these classes will be to develop listening, comprehension and conversational skills in Mandarin Chinese. The classes also introduce recognition and reading of Chinese characters, in a practical way.

Children can be dropped off to class and picked up after by a pre-authorised adult, however parents/caregivers are welcome to join in the class, and may sometimes be asked to help with props or be actors!

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