Fifth grade's primary students have made a poster that collects, in alphabetical order, a lot of curious and useful inventions. Did you know any of these inventions?
jueves, 8 de junio de 2017
Food Pyramid is a very famous way to represent the optimal number of servings to be eaten each day through a pyramid-shaped diagram. Second year's primary students have constructed a big poster with real photos about all the basic food.
Do you follow the rules of the food pyramid in your balanced diet?
The most classical breakdown of economic activity distinguishes three sectors: primary, secondary and tertiary. Second year's primary students have made some posters about the retrieval and production of raw materials (primary sector). The other one is related to supplying public services.
martes, 21 de marzo de 2017
Fourth grade students have studied some common illnesses in Natural Science.
They have played the role of a doctor and a pacient to put in practice what they have learnt.
Below you can see a video with the performances. We hope you like it!
miércoles, 8 de febrero de 2017
Last week, fourth grade students learnt three great ways to eliminate waste and protect the environment: Reducing, Reusing and Recyling.
Reducing is cutting back on the amount of trash we generate.
Reusing is thinking a new way to use trash avoiding to throw it out.
Recycling consists on using trash to remake new goods that can be sold again.
Everyone can see the posters we have made in pairs, displayed on the first floor of the school. In these posters we give some tips to protect the planet.
Take a look and put it on practice!
martes, 13 de diciembre de 2016
miércoles, 7 de diciembre de 2016
First grade students are discovering ancient Egypt within the 2016 school project: "Nuestras civilizaciones: Tu mirada".
Today, people in our country live in houses, flats, cottages... but, Where did the ancient Egyptians live? Egyptian houses were made of bricks formed from straw and Nile mud.
Take a look at the Egiptian houses of our students!
But this is not all about Egypt. The Pharaohs, the rulers of Egypt, built the pyramids as tombs for themselves. As we were studying food, we took the opportunity to build a paper pyramid. In this pyramid, we paint the number of serving of each food we should eat to have a healthy diet.