CLASS OF 2010-2011!!!



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I’m sure you won’t have time to spend it in front of your computer, but here are a couple of websites in which you can have fun playing Christmas games, just in case you want to keep on practicing.

On-line Xmas games

The kidz page on Christmas





Our School’s 1st Spelling Bee was a great success!!!

We had 62 contestants (Wow!!) who did a wonderful job.

The Best Spellers were: Inés Bartolomé, Axelle Bezit, Pablo Luis De Pablo, Eva Gorroño, Victor Laloyau, Álvaro Ledesma, Belén Lumbreras, Álvaro Montalvo, Juan José Rodríguez (3rd Place) and our two outstanding winners, Lucía Guerra and Eva Pedrera. There were diplomas for the best ten and prizes for the three winners.

Congratulations to all of you for your effort!!!

We are very proud of you!!!

Your English Teachers and Assistants.  Guiño



It's Christmas time!!!

Enjoy your holidays and, please, don't you wish it could be Christmas everyday...

Love you.  Beso


Band Aid was a British and Irish charity supergroup, founded in 1984 to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia by releasing the record "Do They Know It's Christmas?"

Ask your parents about this song and the singers...


Let’s have some fun and sing just for laughs...

Enjoy these Sing-A-Long Christmas songs. Risa

We are having our first SPELLING BEE the day before Christmas holidays (Tuesday, 22nd December).

Here are a couple of websites in which you can do extra practice on Spelling Bees at home and at your own pace.

Times Spelling Bee: You can register, create a player profile and start tracking your progress now. You’ll need headphones and speakers to play the game.

Interactive Spelling Bee: This set of activities is like an old-fashioned Spelling Bee. You will listen to three stories, one at a time, and then spell words from each story.

But remember that what you have to do to success in Our School’s SPELLING BEE is study the 8 lists of vocabulary we’ve done so far and practice them till you can spell them by heart.

Good luck!!



There are only 16 days till Christmas!!!.

Have a look at Santa’s Secret Village and enjoy reading and hearing stories, colouring pictures, baking some wonderful holiday treats with Mrs. Claus and the elves, checking what the weather is like at the North Pole and doing lots of seasonal activities from there.

Have a Santastic time!!

I’ve just found this video and I wanted to share it with you. You know I love the muppets and I love the music ("Bohemian Rhapsody" from Queen).

Enjoy it!!!


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School, family, friends, home, clothes, toys, education, support, help, love,...

Remember all the things to be thankful for.

When is Thanksgiving Day?

Date of Thanksgiving Day varies every year and several countries celebrate it in different time of the year. Given here is information on Thanksgiving Day date in US and Canada for the past, present and coming years. 

When is Thanksgiving Day in USA?
Thanksgiving Day finds its roots in America. It is celebrated with lot of fervor and euphoria on the fourth Thursday in the month of November (in 2009 - November 26). For the people in US Thanksgiving is a time for merrymaking, shopping, family reunion, feasts and family dinners. People also take time to thank God for his constant grace and for all the material possessions man enjoys. For many Thanksgiving is also the time to thank near and dear ones and being grateful for their kindness.

When is Thanksgiving Day in Canada?
Thanksgiving Day in Canada is, however, celebrated on the second Monday in the month of October (in 2009 - October 12) every year. Canada celebrates Thanksgiving Day a month earlier because autumn season starts early in Canada than in America. 

Thanksgiving Day Symbols:

Cornucopia is the most common symbol of a harvest festival. A Horn shaped container, it is filled with abundance of the Earth’s harvest. It is also known as the ’horn of plenty’. The traditional cornucopia was a curved goat’s horn filled to brim with fruits and grains. According to Greek legend, Amalthea (a goat) broke one of her horns and offered it to Greek God Zeus as a sign of reverence. As a sign of gratitude, Zeus later set the goat’s image in the sky also known as constellation Capricorn.



The celebration of Thanksgiving will be incomplete without the legendary Turkey. It derives its name from the ’turk turk’ sounds it makes when scared. Turkey was at one time being considered as the national symbol of America. Benjamin Franklin felt that turkey was the right choice because it was a good runner and had a sharp sight. A bald eagle later became the national symbol of America. 
The famous ’Turkey’ adorns the table of every household as a main course during the celebration. The customary dinner reminds of the ’Four Wild Turkeys’ served at the ’First Thanksgiving Feast’.     

Another modern staple at almost every Thanksgiving table is the customary ’Pumpkin Pie’. It is not sure whether pumpkin was one of the dishes in the first thanksgiving dinner. Pilgrims probably made a pumpkin dish sweetened with honey or syrup. They were however a part of all traditional meals long before the arrival of pilgrims. Pumpkin leaves were also used as salads. According to historians, other seasonal vegetables included squash. People at that time were not particularly fond of vegetables, they were mostly meat eaters. Pumpkin is one of the important symbols of the harvest festival and has been an American-favourite for over 400 years now.






October 31st is Halloween.

Where does Halloween come from? The Celts lived in Britain, Ireland and parts of France over 2,000 years ago, and October 31st was the end of their year. The Celts believed that ghosts came back to earth on this day. Today many people around the world celebrate this old festival - but today people usually have parties, dress up, and tell spooky stories about witches, skeletons, bats and ghosts. Have some Halloween fun!






Welcome to It's A Mad Libs World!

Welcome to It's A Mad Libs World!

A Mad Lib is a funny, often ridiculous story created when you fill in the blanks with the part of speech that is requested.

When creating a Mad Lib, you will be asked to fill in blanks with the part of speech indicated. Just write the word in the blank. Make sure they match the description for that blank.

For years, parents and teachers have used these fun word games to teach children grammar, sentence structure, parts of speech and even vocabulary! Mad Libs word games make learning more fun.

Here are two webpages in which you can create your own Mad Libs and laugh.




Project : " My Favourite Recipe "

Hello again kids,

Now you can see how to do the project, but only in one page.

We are looking forward to see your works.



In one page

Project : My favourite Recipe

Project : My favourite Recipe

Hello kids,

Here you have got an example of the recipe. Thanks to Carlos’ pictures.




Robin Hood!!

Today we went to see Robin Hood with the school, Year 4 and 5.

It was very funny when Axel Redtzer was Lady Marian.



Hello Kids,

Next week we will go to the theatre.

I do hope you all can go: It will be very very interesting and funny too.

Here you can enjoy a short movie  and a song about Robin Hood and his story.

First part


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" When I was a little baby "

" When I was a little baby "

Hi my dear!

I would like to remind  you the project you have to prepare for Monday.

On a piece or paper make, a presentation about your child hood (from 0 to 6 years old ).

You have to do it in 4 parts or sections that you like, for example:

1- My first year.

2- My Bedroom.

3- My pets.

4- The best day was..

This is only an idea .

You can write  what you like, but remember only 2 lines about each part.

Don not forget to include photos or pictures.

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