Our eTwinning project Be – PAW – sitive, from Year 3 has been re-started! Teachers met last week and decided to do some collaborative activities during the lockdown and change some others. Here there is one activity we had in our project: Our collaborative book of animal proverbs. Click on the image to watch it and enjoy. We have an AWESOME artists in our school!!!!
We are really proud to explain to you that last March, 15th, we were awarded with the eTwinning School Label 2019 – 20. It means that our school is an example for all the other European schools. By the other hand, that award means that we are recognized both as pioneers and as leaders in some different areas, such as:
- Digital practice.
- eSafety practice.
- Innovative and creative approaches to pedagogy.
- Promoting continuous professional development of staff.
- Promoting collaborative learning practices with staff and students.
For that reason, we are very proud to show our new eTwinning School Label.
If you click on the image you can have more information about this award, as well as find all the European schools awarded.
Thanks, teachers, families and children to achieve that GREAT award!!!
The project run last year by children from year 3 (in year 4 at present) have been granted by a National Quality Label. This award is a recognition for the effort, enthuasiasm and creativity of children. Congratulations children, you finally got it!! Third time’s a charm!
Families, you can have a look at the project in the link you can find below.
We are very happy and proud to share with you our last award. This is the result of our ARTS AND CRAFTS project in the First Cycle, this last school year 17-18. Thanks children and teachers for your collaboration in the project, without your effort and constancy, this project wouldn’t been possible.
Teacher Mary Joe
This Artwork Gallery Book is the result of collaboration between some European schools, in which students artworks are presented.
You can visit our twinspace to have a look to all our work: https://twinspace.etwinning.net/45799