Stunning works about these ancient cultures made by 1º ESO students
And we celebrated a contest about Greece and you can see the winners in the following images(Francisco (1° B), Alejandro (1°A), María (1° C).):
Our board is growing with content and images from this incredible country in Oceania , one of the largest in the world (the sixth one), fact that we can see with the comparison between the maps of Australia and Europe that our students have overlapped to show it in an effective visual way (as we can see in the last photo). Well done!!!.
We want to thank 4º ESO students for all the messages they have made to prevent COVID . These posters find the balance between clear information and appealing design with illustrative images which are spread around our school. Congratulations!
Next 23rd April, World Book Day will be celebrated in different parts of the world. This date reminds us of the day two great authors , Shakespeare and Cervantes, died and calls our attention towards the importance of books in our learning and development.
We have prepared some activities to celebrate this day during this week and the following one like making bookmarks, literature contests, speaking about our favourite titles and … reading (which is always a pleasure).
“Books are the bees which carry the quickening pollen from one to another mind.” James Russell.
A Kahoot about English Literature:
If you want to know about Australia, our language assistant Holly Fairweather has made a short summary of relevant facts and stories about it. To read it, just click on the following link
Our students also keep on working about different topics related to Australia. Here you can find some of the posters made by our 2º ESO students.
You can start enjoying the exhibition about these Ancient cultures in our corridor next to the main door.
1º ESO students will do different activities like the Kahoot competition which was held recently. The winners were Marwan (1ºESO A),Juan and Jorge (1º ESO B) and David (1º ESO C).
If you have walked into 2º ESO classes, you probably have seen these posters that our students have created in the Arts class. We have a lot of great artists in our classrooms ( we realize about this when we go up and down our stairs ) and this blog wants to show their works to all our school. Have a look at them and enjoy their talent!
We forgot to show all the activities and the exhibition celebrated about Paleolithic among 1º ESO students and that is the reason of this entry with some images of the activities and the works of our students. We want to thank all the participants for their excellent behaviour following all COVID recommendations due to the collaboration of different departments.
Our 2ºESO students have been building a medieval city in their History classes and they want to show us their models with these photos of some of their creations.