Welcome to school!
We hope you have a great school year full of happiness and learning!
¡Bienvenidos al colegio!
Esperamos que tengáis un año genial lleno de felicidad y aprendizaje.
Dear students and parents,
This school year is finished, we have enjoyed practising English and Natural Science with our blog.
We recommend you to have a look at the links we have uploaded during the school year, so that you continue practising your English skills.
We hope you have a great summer!
The bilingual teachers.
Estimados alumnos y familias:
El curso ha terminado, hemos disfrutado practicando inglés y science con nuestro blog.
Os recomendamos que volváis a mirar los links que hemos publicado durante el curso para seguir practicando inglés.
¡Esperamos que paséis un buen verano!
The bilingual teachers.
English is very important for me because if you go to another country where they speak another language that you do not know, you can use English to communicate.
English today is important for going to another country, for getting a job…
Nowadays almost everything is
in English: books, games, videogames…
I was at home one day playing football video games with my brother and father. We were reading an advice of the game in English that was on the screen, saying that you had to go to one site. I read it and I understood. We won the game because knowing English is very useful and important.
Watch this video with funny situations which may happen if you don’t know English:
And a more serious one about the importance of English nowadays
Miguel García, 6ºA
Has English ever been useful for you? Foreign languages are taught in most of the schools, because of that, many children are able to communicate in other languages. English can be useful in many aspects of your life, such as travelling or getting a job.
I love English, and besides, I think it is great to learn a language that is spoken all over the world and it’s really important when you visit foreign countries. When I received the First Communion I asked for a trip abroad to practise English, so went to Brussels. Although Belgium isn’t an English-speaking country, I could communicate with everyone there: at the mall, at the hotel and in restaurants. I had lots of fun! Speaking English was fantastic since I speak neither French nor Dutch.
My experience using English to interact with other people, and not only to do exercises in the workbooks, has encouraged me to continue learning this lovely language. After this trip I continued travelling to other cities, Istanbul and Munich, they were also great!
This was my experience using English, what about yours?
Nuria Aguilar, 6ºA
Hello everyone, I want to recommend you the book in English ‘Harry Potter and the half-blood prince’ by J.K Rowling.
Of all the English books I have read I think this is the most interesting of all.
It is a novel book of 768 pages about the sixth story of Harry Potter. It has a lot of mystery.
It contains a lot of different vocabulary so you will learn a lot of English. The most interesting part of the book is the end, so it has you hooked until you end reading it.
It is about Harry Potter, who finds a potion book of the half-blood prince with invented spells (that really functioned) and a lot of new things. When Dumbledore dies because Snape kills him, Harry tries to hurt him with a spell of the half-blood prince and he realizes Snape was the owner of the book.
I recommend it to people who want to learn English and like Harry Potter books.
María Cabello, 6ºA