viernes, 25 de enero de 2019

Volcanoes

Lava, ash, cone, magma chamber… What is a volcano? Why does it erupt? The students of Geography and History in the 1rt year of the bilingual section help us to understand it. Very interesting!!






domingo, 13 de enero de 2019

ACROSTIC POEMS ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS

The 2nd year bilingual students take part in an eTwinning Project called "GLOBAL CITIZENS" with students from Greece, Italy, Poland and Georgia.
Last December, they made acrostic poems to celebrate the Human Rights Day.
Here they are. Really nice!!!


martes, 25 de septiembre de 2018

EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES 2018


Running each year since 2001, the European Day of Languages continues to celebrate linguistic diversity by highlighting the importance of language learning, promoting the preservation of diverse languages within Europe, and encouraging learners to pursue languages as they journey through education.

To celebrate the Europe Day of Languages our students have created some word clouds which are on display at the school's entrance. In this way, we are trying to make people aware of the variety of languages in the world and the importance of language learning to increase plurilingualism and intercultural understanding.
We would like to thank the Art Education department and the Graphic Art department for their help.