Mother Tongue Story Sharing in EY3

As part of our Unit of Inquiry learning about how we express ourselves through stories, over the next few weeks lots of mummies and daddies are coming into the classroom to read to the children.
A big thank you to those of you who have signed up to come in and shared a story with our EY3 students in your Mother Tongue language.
We’d like to thank those of you who have come in over the last week to share stories with the children in Thai, Mandarin, and English.
We are looking forward to seeing more parents over the next 4 and a half weeks!

Mieka’s mother reading in Thai

Anatta’s mother reading in Thai

Alicia’s father reading in Mandarin


Ben’s father reading a Mauri tale in English

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