Friday, 19 December 2014


Holidays at last!!! Now it´s time to play, relax and enjoy the Christmas time. You all deserve this break after a long long term of hard work. But don´t forget to be good... Father Christmas is watching you...
Happy Christmas to you all!!!
See you in 2015!!!

Thursday, 18 December 2014


What is Christmas like in Great Britain? Have a look at this video and you will learn everything about this celebration in the UK.

Monday, 15 December 2014


Yes! Christmas is already here and we are preparing our school concert one more year. It will be this Friday and we are going to sing a very famous Xmas song: "HAPPY Christmas" by John Lennon.
Sing along...

Sunday, 14 December 2014


This year we have joined the British celebrating our first Christmas Jumper Day. On the 12th of December we all wore a Xmas sweater to help kids in need through associations like Make a Wish or Save the Children. Remember:

Make the world better with a sweater

Saturday, 13 December 2014


There´s no bussiness like show bussiness. Have you ever dreamt of being a performer in a circus? I have. I would like to be a trapeze artist or an acrobat, the problem is my vertigo! But I´ve got a better idea. I´ve got tickets for the Half Moon Circus! Do you fancy coming?
This is what my 6th year pupils did last Thursday, 11th December. We met Meg and her famous grandfather Krusty the clown, and the cruel ring master. Have a look...!
Thank you so much to the Parents´ Association in our school (ANPA Milnenos) for financing this English activity. They brought an English theatre company to our school: Face2Face.

Sunday, 7 December 2014


Continuing with our talks about British culture, last Thursday 4th December we received the visit of a Scottish misician: Rupert Twine. He lives and works in A Coruña. He teaches piano and harmony in "Escuela de Músicos", a music school in Maestro Mateo Square. We learned many things about his hometown, Scotland. He talked to us about its landscape, its main cities, its traditions, ... And he named us members of 3 different clans: Old Stuart (royals), McKinlay (brave hunters) and McDonalds (brave fighters). And he even gave us a piece of our family tartan!!!!
Finally we enjoyed listening to him and to our music teacher (Pedro) playing some Scottish music and singing some popular songs, such as "Auld lyne syne".
We all had a great time. Thank you so much, Rupert!!!