Category Archives: Everyday Life

School’s out forever!!!

PleaseThis term, the project for 2º Bachillerato students has been to reflect on their time at school since they started back in 2011. I thought it would be nice to end this important stage in their educational lives wrapping up … Continue reading

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Broadstairs 2017, programa de inmersión lingüística.

El pasado lunes 5 de marzo los alumnos de 3º A, 3º B y 3º C bilingües viajaban rumbo a Inglaterra para participar durante una semana en un programa de inmersión lingüística. Los acompañaron las profesoras de inglés Encarna Garrido … Continue reading

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eCVs by 1º Bachillerato

Nowadays, nearly all Spanish teachers panic when they hear the word standard, especially when you haven’t got a clue on how to present the work to your students. One of the Writing standards in English for 1º Bachillerato is for … Continue reading

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Stop Bullying

Bullying is a social scourge which affects more people than we can imagine. Victims of bullying are often too scared to talk about what is happening to them to the point that sometimes they prefer to kill themselves rather than … Continue reading

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Archena – Uddevalla Students’ exchange (1st part)

As part of our school’s student exchange with the Uddevalla Gymnasieskola Agneberg (Sweden), students and teachers from Uddevalla came to visit us from the 8th to the 16th of February. Among the activities planned for them, the Swedish group visited the Roman … Continue reading

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What freaks you out?

This year, students from 1º bachillerato A/C are going to be working on a project called “1º Bachillerato in shock”. Why this title? Well, because they are going through a series of changes in their academic lives which might cause … Continue reading

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