A new school year and new projects have begun. We are diving once more in an etwinning project, called "My country, your country". This year, our partner country is the Czech Republic. We have already chosen the logo to represent our project, introduced ourselves on a padlet wall, and here we show you our presentation... Leer más →
CARDS WITH ART LAP BOOKS ABOUT IBERIAN PEOPLE METAL AGES: ARCHEOLOGISTS EXPLAINED HOW FIRST MEN DID METAL OBJECTS PREHISTORY
October 2019 After meeting Diana, our new language assistant, she has been talking about Halloween. STRANGE HOUSES IN THE WORLD May 2019 And in the blink of an eye…. we had to say goodbye to Peter, our language assistant! Thanks for your help! Making up stories with Peter. Unusual Houses 2018 Travel... Leer más →
Hands-on laboratory science experiences... ... are critical to the learning process across all areas of study. Research has shown that students who engage in well-designed laboratory experiences develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. The laboratory has been given a central role in science education. There are rich benefits in learning from using laboratory activities. However, sometimes, laboratory... Leer más →
DRAMA TIME Our students have been researching information about some historical characters and they have written biographies. Later, they have learnt about some basic drama concepts and play parts and characteristics. They have created their own scripts and performed them in class. It's been an exciting and funny experience for them! We have designed and... Leer más →
Last 10th of May it took place the Spelling Bee competition at Valdespartera High School. We participated in both junior and intermediate categories and our two pairs of participants did it really well. Thank you for your effort and thank you for representing the bilingual programme of our high school!!!
Students of 3rd of ESO enjoyed an English programme at Santa Susana camping, a privileged place on the Maresme coast. They lived an intense experience where fun was the common denominator. They were immersed in an environment and a context in which the practice of English was a must. What an amazing trip!