Our 2nd grade students have taken part in a letter exchange programme throughout the school year. They have written letters to 2ndgrade students fromMarius Torres School,talking about themselves, what they like and dislike and giving personal information.
It’s been a great experience and a good way to use the English language in a real context.
Last Thursday the 25th of March, our 1st and 2nd grade students went to the school playground to see a theatre play. The name of the play was “Jack and the magic beans”. They had a great time and enjoyed it a lot! Click here to see the photos.
Thanks La maquineta produccions for such an amazing show!
In the English lessons from 3rd grade we have studied some animals which are in danger of extinction, and we have also learnt their habitat and how can we help them!
In order to do so, the children of 3rd grade, during English lessons, have created this project where they have chosen their favourite animal in danger. After that, they looked for important information about them, such as what do they eat, their favourite activities or where do they live.
You can see some examples of the projects of some students from the group 3rd A if you click the image.
This is a small step children have enjoyed to take if we want to be concious about our planet and their animals.
Our super recyclers han Explored the amazing world of recycling throught fun experiments, games such as crossword and wordsearch, cool projects, interesting videos and more! All this to know and learn why we recycle, where it happens, how it happens, what materials are easiest to recycle, how much energy it can save and much more
ReCyclE ToDay For A BeTter ToMorRow!
Going to the theatre is a good choice for a different excursion with children as it generates conversations with children and strengthens ties. So, one an excellent idea it could be go to the theater to watch Dracula after working on it in class. The theatre helps children and adults to imagine and dream. It is a path full of emotions. Going to the theater is always a good plan!
The students of 5th grade have done murals about the food pyramid and about first aid. Students learn more about the food groups and explore which foods are in each group. Moreover, We invited students to track for five days the number of servings they eat from each food group each day. At the end of five days, students can compare their initial estimates with the actual number of servings they eat. They were motivated to know if they had good to bad healthy habits.