martes, 15 de diciembre de 2015

Wishing trees for Christmas! 2015

Tenemos la suerte de contar con nosotros una vez por semana con auxiliares de conversación procedentes de Estados Unidos y Liverpool, desde infantil a 6º de primaria. Son muchas las actividades que realizan y hace poco realizaron diversos árboles de deseos para Navidad. Aprendieron a pedir deseos a través de las estructuras:

I wish you..., I hope, I wish for...I hope for....

Our Wishing trees for Christmas are ready!!!!!





















jueves, 10 de diciembre de 2015

The Snow Man

Los alumnos de 3 y 4 de Primaria han podido disfrutar de un fantástico cuenta cuentos en inglés realizado por Winnie: The Snow man. Es genial tener en el cole esta oportunidad de escuchar el acento escocés!

Thanks Winnie!!!!!













Christmas Songs

Every year we celebrate a "Christmas festival" in our School. We can practise our Christmas songs at home as well:


For 1st and 2nd Primary:



For 3rd and 4th Primary this is the song (with dance):




For 5th and 6th Primary:






More Christmas Songs for other levels:










domingo, 6 de diciembre de 2015

Scotland 2015

We have done a lot of activities about Saint Andrew´s Day at Scotland.




St. Andrew's Day is the feast day of Saint Andrew. It is celebrated on the 30th of November.


In Scotland, and many countries with Scottish connections, St Andrew's Day is marked with a celebration of Scottish culture with traditional Scottish food, music and dance. In Scotland the day is also seen as the start of a season of Scottish winter festivals encompassing St Andrew's Day, Hogmanay and Burns Night.[8] In Edinburgh, there is a week of celebrations, concentrating on musical entertainment and traditional ceilidh dancing. A ceilidh is a social event with couples dancing in circles or sets (groups of six or eight people). In Glasgow city centre, a large shindig, or party, with traditional music and a ceilidh are held. In Dumfries, songs are performed in the Burn's night tradition.


(Wikipedia)





Tenemos la suerte de contar con una auxiliar de conversación, Ciara que estudia su carrera universitaria en  la universidad de Glasgow,(Escocia) , por lo que nos ha podido mostrar mucho más.



Click On:
Resources about Scotland if you want to practice more.