Mandarin Club


 Tuesday Lunchtime in SF5

Photo 2Is Mandarin Chinese one of the most difficult languages in the world? We don’t think so! Do you need to be good at drawing to write Chinese characters? Not at all!

Salendine Nook’s first Mandarin Chinese club is helping to demystify this often misunderstood language and inspire our students to engage with the language of the future.

The club will run until the Christmas holidays and will show Photo 1students and teachers alike just how accessible and fun this language can be. Gone is the need to learn complicated verb endings and the genders of words; instead have fun learning about the fascinating culture of 1.4 billion people and one of the most important languages of our time!

Students of this giant of a language have already learnt how to talk about themselves and can even write a number of Chinese characters (no mean feat for a lunchtime club).

We hope to see the popularity of this language grow and our students lead the way in language learning.


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