Saturday, 30 June 2018 I had one of the best evening so far. I’ve never actually had a legit tea party before, so this was my first. This evening, we were accompanied by Diana Mather, she’s a really graceful lady. She told us stories about the history of tea, the difference between etiquette and manners, […]Read More Fortmason☕️
Saturday, 30 June 2018 Today, we visited the Chelsea Football Club in Stamford Bridge. I was wowing the whole time as I’ve never been to a football club before. I can’t lie, all I see there is blue. But it’s the type of blue that refreshes your eyes. Here in Chelsea, we got lessons in […]Read More ⚽️💸🙌🏻
Friday, 29 June 2018 You guessed it, we had drama class; well it’s more like a theater lesson. We learned about how old english is used in the olden days and apparently you can actually create your own word; actually you can’t, but Shakespeare can! We read a couple lines from the script of Hamlet […]Read More A E I O U
Thursday, 28 June 2018 Cheese, ricotta, spinach, olives, tomato, mushrooms, all the good stuffs. Sounds italian enough? YES! We made pizza. We visited the Jamie Oliver Cookery School in Westfield, London. They had a very beautiful kitchen. Everything is very neatly stored and it’s very clean. We had three types of canapés for our starters […]Read More /ˈpiːtsə,ˈpɪtsə/
Thursday, 28 June 2018 Sounds like buttons eh? Yea, we made robots and programmed them to move around like crazy. We started making the robots from scratch. Legit pieces of ‘lego’ blocks. We had to repeat them almost three times because the base wasn’t right. Finally we managed to get the base right because we […]Read More beep, beep
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 What? Touché is a French word. In fencing, it is used as an acknowledgement of a hit by one’s opponent. Fencing was our last activity today. We learnt three different kind of swords as well as the different techniques of fencing. We took turns battling each other and it was pretty […]Read More touché!
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 We had CSI Forensics as our second workshop for today. I honestly had no expectations from this workshop as I was thinking, how real can it be? It was pretty real. I mean like we didn’t get a real corpse and stuffs; but this case had happened before. Therefore, we solved […]Read More death.