Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Coaching in the 21st Century

Dear All,
 
Please note that the following Coaching workshop is very full. We do not take in anymore parents or educators. Please do not come without prior notice. We will post up notice for any upcoming similar workshop. Sorry for any disappointment!
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Those of you who are interested to get involved in coaching children from 5 years to 15 years of age, please do explore this area and join us on the preview night. This may open up new opportunities and career options for you.

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We are honoured to have Coach Hank, the founder and CEO from Hankidz, to spend the 7th Nov (Friday, 8 - 10 p.m.) night with us at Clover, sharing with us professionally on the topic of

"COACHING in the 21st Century".

Hankidz is the Number One Kids Leadership Coach in Malaysia. 

Who should attend:

1) Parents & Educators for children in their early years, pre-school, primary & secondary years.  
2) Those who would like to release the potentials of children.

If you would like to secure a seat on a first-reply-first-serve basis, please email us with the following by 4th Nov 2014:

1. Your name & contact number
2. State if you are a parent / educator / Just interested
3. No. of children you have.
4. Ages of your child(ren)

We have very limited seats, hence, please submit your attendance early.




Sunday, October 5, 2014

Country Project - Vietnam

We had a special Vietnamese guest, Ms. Hang, who visited our school on 1st Oct 2014. It was a planned visit -  we invited her to come to Clover during the country project of Vietnam week. It was such an honour to have Ms. Hang doing the Vietnam week for us. She brought in all the things that we requested her to in order to conduct our Montessori country project lesson.

She got the child-size Vietnamese costumes for a boy and a girl for us. We dressed two students up. They looked Vietnamese! ;) So adorable.


As Ms. Hang wasn't used to conducting a lesson with children, she conveyed the knowledge to our Montessori educator, Ms. Latifah, who helped to do the explanation to the children at Clovers.
Firstly, the Vietnam flag was shown - "a red flag with a gold star". 

This is a traditional Vietnamese Coconut Bowl...authentic stuff...all the way from Vietnam! 

Children were passing the bowl around to have a closer look. The outer part of this bowl was made of coconut shell. 



 Now, showing the currency of a country is important, and Ms. Latifah explained the difference between the Vietnamese Dong from the Ringgit Malaysia.

We passed the Vietnamese notes around for children to have a closer look. They were told the man on the notes is Ho Chi Minh, who was the Father of the country, as he fought for independence.






Children were looking at more Vietnamese Dong notes, comparing the notes with one another.
 

Ms. Joanne assisted in the explanation of how the Vietnamese Coffee is to be brewed. The children were intrigued!

Our special Vietnamese guests, Ms. Hang, demonstrated the coffee-brewing process. 

All children waited patiently for the coffee to drip slowly into the glass jar below. 

While waiting for the coffee to be ready, we passed around the spring-roll wrapper, which was made of rice. This was to show children what was "before" the end-product of the yummy spring-rolls that they were going to pop into their mouth later. 

Ms. Hang brought in her home-made spring rolls and sweet-and-sour fish sauce. 

Yum yum...we always love food tasting.

These 3 year-olds Nursery children asked for more!

Our K1 and K2 children were enjoying it too! 


 Ms. Soraya was showing the children the hand-stitched bag. A very typical Vietnamese craft bag. So beautiful.
Children were having a closer look at the hand-stitched bags.

A. Chaz Yee presented a small gift to Ms. Hang, showing Clover's appreciation to her effort and presence in helping us make the lesson about Vietnam more lively and interesting. 

We hereby extend our heart-felt thanks to Ms. Joanne as well, who brought Ms. Hang to our school. Thanks Joanne!

 To view more photos, CLICK HERE.