Yesterday evening was the last adult class of the term (though we have a Graduation Party next week). I was on other "training" duties last year, but requested an adults class again this term, having missed the more "grown-up" atmosphere and regular trips into an unusually quiet school (adults classes take place three evenings a week). I've had the pleasure of a fun and very commmitted "Level One" group this time, too with all seven students attending most, or indeed all, of the forty 2-hour lessons. They are all promising to continue with me up to "Level Two" next term too, which will make for an excellent core group on which to hopefully build higher numbers.
The children's lessons continue for six more weeks more though, with the crazy "double lessons system" through July (to compensate for the students daring to have a holiday in August!). But this weekend is Dragon Boat Festival - no classes - so Ava and I are driving the 6 hours down to Simao tonight to visit the LEAF family (and watch England's first World Cup match! Come on lads - do us proud!!).
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