In English sessions, we have started to talk about the city of London. We began by learning some essential vocabulary: continent, country, city. The children quickly became familiar with this vocabulary and asked lots of questions such as “What is Xiaoshan?” and “What is Zheijiang?” This led to further conversations about provinces and districts. Once the children understood these terminologies, we discussed different continents, countries and cities that we knew. Lots of children were familiar with cities in China, and they were also able to name some countries from around the world. We looked at a world map and identified countries close to China, such as Japan and Mongolia. After this, we talked about England and, more specifically, the city of London. We compared the map of London and Hangzhou and began to spot some similarities. Both cities have a river running through them. After comparing the physical features of the cities on the map, we looked more specifically at London and the special or unique things to London. We looked at pictures that Miss Rose had taken when she lived in London and used these to generate questions that we wanted to know.