Category Archives: History

Ellis Island. Immigration. What’s a refugee? (2º Bach)

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Article 14) “Everyone has the right to seek and enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution” After reading about New York and Ellis Island, students from 2º Bachillerato were asked to reflect on how … Continue reading

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Remember Remember the 5th of November!!!

Remember Remember the 5th of November The gunpowder treason and plot I know of no reason Why the gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot Students from 1º ESO F have been learning about Guy Fawkes and his attempt to kill … 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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Immigration in New York and immigration in Europe.

During the first term, students from 2º Bachillerato C have been reading about the first immigrants to arrive in New York at the beginning of the 20th century. They have been doing some research on Ellis Island and trying to understand … Continue reading

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Anne Frank by 4º ESO

After nearly two months without publishing any posts, we are back with this awesome work by students from 4º ESO B and 4º ESO C. As they say in English, all good things come to those who wait. During the … Continue reading

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Dark Victorian London: Jack the Ripper.

Not all that glitters is gold. It is true that, during the 19th century, London became the world’s largest city and capital of the British Empire. London became richer and richer, but at the same it was also a city … Continue reading

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Victorian Fashion

With a Queen in power, fashion became extremely popular during the Victorian era. Victorian clothes were certainly a symbol of who you were, what you did for a living and how much money you earned. Fashion accessories like bonnets, parasols, … Continue reading

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