On June 11, 4th level students visited the Autonomous Parliament of Andalusia, which is located in Seville, very close to our city Dos Hermanas.As an activity collected in our European project, it was decided that 4th grade students would be the students who will be part of our school Parliament next year.It was a very interesting activity and the students learned a lot.
How to be Van Gogh
First of all, we received in class the visit of a local artist, specifically a book illustrator, Zuriñe Aguirre, to teach us a little painting technique.It was great.Thank you very much for teaching us so many things, Zuriñe !!!!
The 1st and 2nd graders have been for weeks collecting games from their parents and grandparents and putting them into a book. At the end of this activity, a group of grandparents were invited to come to the school to teach and play those games that they enjoyed when they were little. The session was a success. Both the grandparents and the students spent an unforgettable day.
Good Old Games
Our grandparents also played when they were little, and now they want to show us what those fun games were for us to play.!They are incredible! Here are some games to start!!!!!
Few weeks ago, students from second grade, made many interesting works about Bulgaria and Italy, because these countries were where some of our students were in Erasmus´ meetings this year. Good jobs, kids!!!!!!
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Orientation Trip II
We have already made the second "Orintation Trip" with all the members of the School Parliament. It was a very pleasant day of contact between all the members. At the end of the day they were all very tired, but very happy with the activity.
This course we premiered School Parliament. It is integrated by the delegates and subdelegates of the courses of 4th, 5th and 6th of our Cole. They, as the first mission, are responsible for writing the planning of activities and events for our Center in this course. Here you are the members.
The first week in june, mothers and fathers association organized, with the helpful of teachers and students, a new charity fair. This time it was a fair to sell things we no longer used or needed. Many families contributed to the fair. It was a very pleasant afternoon because we also had games for the students, dance workshop for moms, dads and students, and sweets for snacking. Everyone was very happy.
Visit in Seville
At last, the moment is here. We are ready for the meeting. We are very happy for the meeting. Finally everything was almost perfect. Some details could be better, but... Students, teachers, from our school and the others schools (our partners) and families had a fantastic week. We hope they won´t forget the visit in our city, we won´t forget this visit.. for ever.
Preparing the visit to Dos Hermanas
Next April we´ll have the visit of our Erasmus partners here, in our city and in our school. For that we are preparing their arrive. Everyone are very nervous and exciting with the meeting. We hope everythinh is ok for them.
Christmas Charity Fair
This week we celebrated the Christmas charity fair. For two days the library was full of Christmas crafts made for our students. These were sold for parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers and sisters and neigbours the first day and for our students the second. It was incredible, everything was sold. Everyone was very happy and satisfied for the work. The money will be donate to ONG called "Caritas".
Christmas Star Decoration Once you have made your Christmas star decoration with lollipop sticks, the kids can go wild with their choice of decoration! You will need: Lollipop sticks (popsicle sticks) - we used pre-coloured but you could paint plain sticks before you begin. PVA (white) glue. Ribbon for hanging. Decorations - metallic pain, sequins, jewels, glitter, metallic pens, etc.
Instructions: First make your star. Assemble two triangles, using dabs of white glue at the end of the sticks. Catch of loop of ribbon between two of the lollipop sticks so that you can hang your star. When dry or nearly dry, position one triangle on top of the other and use large dollops of glue at the places the two triangles join. You will need large dollops of glue because the triangles don't lie completely flat! When dry, decorate your star!
Idea: Instead of attaching a ribbon to hang your star, attach another lollipop stick or a chopstick to the bottom of the star so that you can stand it in a little pot to make a table decoration, or poke it into a Christmas plant for added sparkle.
A pre- Project audit about our partners.
Inspiring Schools, Aspiring Students
Initial Questionnaire What do you know about____________________?
Situation: (continent, neighbour countries, etc.)
Flag: (colours, shape, etc.)
Population: (number of inhabitants)
Typical food and drink:
Other things you know about this country:
Manufacturing the mascot
Our students are learning a lot about the partners
Even our five years old students
CHOICE OF LOGO
And our winner is ... Silvia 4º grade
Parliament: first meeting
The campaign to elect the President of Parliament
And here is the new President and Vicepresident
Our Orientation trip
The members of the school’s Student Council, the teacher counselor and some parents went on an orientation trip at the village’s park so as to get to know each other better. There, they were playing to cooperatives games and visiting a small zoo. They had a great time.
My ideal teacher
Students from 3 years old till 6º grade have participated in the essay about "My ideal teacher". These are some of them.
QUESTIONNAIRE ABOUT MY IDEAL TEACHER
Mi maestro ideal debe:/My ideal teacher should:
Number from 1 to 10 the statements below according to what you consider the most important features your ideal teacher should have:
___ A.-Ser cariñoso, amable generoso y bueno./ Be fond, kind, generous and nice.
___ B.-Tener en cuenta la opinión de los alumnos respecto a su aprendizaje y a lo que ocurre en la clase./ Take into account students´opinions regarding their learning and what happens in class.
___ C.-Ser simpático y divertido, contar chistes e historias graciosas, utilizando un lenguaje cercano y ameno./ Be likeble and funny, tell jokes and funny stories, by using a close and pleasant language.
___ D.-Ser ingenioso, imaginativo y creativo, sorprendiéndonos con juegos que nos lo hagan pasar bien mientras estamos aprendiendo./ Be ingenious, imaginative and creative, surprising us with games that make us have fun while we´re learning.
___ E.-Ser aseado, ir bien vestido y oler bien./ Be good-looking, clean, well- dressed and have a nice smell.
___ F.-Atender a los alumnos y alumnas, no sólo hablándonos y actuando, sino escuchándonos cuando sea necesario, de forma que podamos confiar en él para resolver los problemas que tengamos./ Attend to students, not only talking and acting, but listening to us when necessary, so that we are able to trust him to solve the problems we have.
___ G.-Saber cantar o tocar algún instrumento musical./ Be able to sing and play a musical instrument.
___ H.-Saber contar cuentos e historias que nos transporten a mundos distintos./ Be able to tell tales and stories that make us take ourselves to different worlds.
___ I.-Saber mucho sobre todas las cosas que nos enseña respondiendo a las dudas que se nos planteen cuando aprendamos algo./ Know a lot about all things he teaches us, answering doubts we have when learning something.
___ J.-Saber explicar y mantener la disciplina y el orden en clase, pero sin chillar, fomentando un buen ambiente para aprender en el que no hayan interrupciones, voces altas, peleas ni faltas de respeto./ Be able to explain and keep the discipline and order in class, but without shouting, promoting a good atmosphere to learn, in which we have no interruptions, loud voices, fights or disrespects.