Sunday, 16 November 2014


Beatrice, an English girl, visited our classroom last Thursday to talk about the autumn or fall. It was a great day because we learned many things about this season and especially about a cute bear: Paddington Bear. Beatrice was born in London and she lived near Paddington Station, where this famous character appeared. Apart from this, we recited some famous poems and we explained how British people celebrate the most popular autumn festivals: Halloween, Bonfire Night and Poppy Day. Finally, we all ate a delicious marshmallow that Beatrice gave us as a memory of her visit. She told us that we can melt it on  a bonfire... Yummy!!!
Thanks a lot, Beatrice!!!

And now a trailer of a new film about Paddington Bear coming soon.

Sunday, 9 November 2014


As we didn´t have class last Friday, class 6A couldn´t celebrate Halloween, so we did it a week later. It doesn´t matter. The thing is that we enjoyed a lot playing the 4 Halloween games. Take a look and see...

Saturday, 1 November 2014


As I told you the other day, Halloween is time for pumpkin lanterns, fancy dress costumes, frights and parties. And we had a great party in the English class last Thursday. We played 4 Halloween games:
- The mummy dance
- The ghosts race
- The monster´s eye dance
- Apple Bobbing 
We all had a great time! And we ate some sweets too! YummY!!! Here is a memory of that day.