After the last two weeks, during which our students have been voting their favourite posters of the English-speaking writers exhibition, here are the winners: 1st prize :Mary Shelley, by Estrella, Vicky and Laura (3ºA) CONGRATULATIONS!! 2nd prize:Margaret Stohl, by Ángela( … Continue reading
This year’s winner of the Halloween poster contest is: Antonio Ruiz Poyato (2º B) And the winner of the jack-‘o-lantern exhibition is: Manuel Cabanillas( 1º B) CONGRATULATIONS!! AND THANKS EVERYBODY FOR YOUR POSTERS AND JACK-‘O-LANTERNS!!
Hello everyone, my name is Martha and I am the new language assistant. I come from Bristol in south west England but have worked in Cordoba on and off for a couple of years. This is my first time working … Continue reading
Read the previous post ‘My Favourite Book? and vote for the best book summary. Write your opinion and vote leaving a comment.You have to write your name ( only the first name) and your group. Good luck everybody!!
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Last week, my students from 2º and 4º ESO wrote a short essay on their favourite books. Here are some of their favourites: HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER’S STONE Harry Potter is an orphan and lives with his pathetic uncle … Continue reading
From last Friday – 04/29 – there is an exhibition on English-speaking writers on the main hall of our school – IES La Escribana, in Villaviciosa de Córdoba -. All our students have produced a poster on a (famous) writer, … Continue reading
April is a great month in Canada, a favorite for many people. We start off with festivities and silliness on April first, with April Fool’s day. On April Fools, people play tricks and do silly things to their friends and … Continue reading
On April 23 we celebrate the Book Day – or Copyright Day -, ( in some countries, like the UK, for example, this date may vary ),to honor some major writers, being that the day Cervantes died and Shakespeare‘s birth … Continue reading
On March 17 Irish people all around the world celebrate St Patrick’s Day, the patron saint of Ireland. There are parades ( like the famous parade in New York ), and many parties and celebrations in pubs, houses and streets. … Continue reading
Next Wednesday and Thus¡rsday The English Department will be running two different activities ( workshop) for our school’s Cultural Week: one of these is a Treasure Hunt about The Canterbury Tales ( as related to the pilgimage to Santiago ) … Continue reading