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  • Primaria | General

    Where Is The Kitchen? Families walking around the school
    The mini ones pretended to be grown ups and wondered around classes visiting the different rooms of a house. 1st A was a relaxing and comfortable bedroom, 1st B was a bussy kitchen and 1st C was a noisy bathroom. It was an incredible day where corridors were filled with smiles and laughter!
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    Animal Exhibition in 3rd Form Learning about animal diet
    3rd formers pretended to be carnivores, herbivores and omnivores using puppets and masks. They invited 2nd formers to learn about them and have fun all together.

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    Simón Luego de haber terminado el proyecto del libro Simón, los alumnos de 2do grado compartieron una tarde literaria con su autora, Verónica Álvarez Rivera.
    Con mucha expectativa y entusiasmo, los alumnos esperaban a la autora, que nos deleitó con lindísimas historias y mágicas anécdotas de sus obras. Una vez entrados en confianza se animaron a preguntarle detalles del entrañable libro e intercambiaron muy interesantes opiniones.
    Antes de finalizar, ...

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  • Primaria | Ciencias

    Mummifying An Orange? What for? 6th Formers learnt about the mummification process, that is, how Egyptians preserved dead bodies for the afterlife.
    Students became embalmers for a day. We set all the ingredientes needed on a table:  an orange, baking soda, 2 coffee filtres, 3 baggies, a tablespoon and scotch tape, to seal the baggies with the orange slices.
    They were able after  two weeks to see the results of the  mummificati...

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  • Primaria | Ciencias

    Lo Escencial Es Invisible A Los Ojos Los alumnos de 5º año observaron a través del microscopio las distintas características que componen las células en algunos vegetales.
    La piel y la pulpa de tomate tienen un pigmento de color que permite distinguir con claridad las formas de las células.
    En cambio las células de cebolla y la papa son muy finitas y pequeñas, para poder verlas se las tiñe con azul de metileno para poder observarlas bien.
    Finalmente los chicos p...

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  • Primaria | Viajes y campamentos

    6th Formers Visit to Anne Frank´s Museum Historical Context of The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips

    In Literature, 6 formers are reading The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips. This story is set in WWII. As a way of giving students more insights into the historical context at the time, we visited Anne Frank’s Museum. Students had the opportunity to ask further questions on the topic, look at origin...
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  • Primaria | General

    Learning New Sounds 1st formers are learning new sounds moving away from the traditional ways!
    Before jumping into the new world of literacy, children have to learn all the sounds. In K5 they started learning some important sounds, and now that they are in 1st form they have to incorporate many more. Is there a better way than relating them with things of their daily life? We preprared and at...
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  • Primaria | Ciencias

    Animals´ Body Parts Students from 3 A are learning about carnivores, herbivores and omnivores and the body parts animals use for feeding.
    We went to the playground to collect leaves, sticks and petals to build up animals. After that, we made different animals sharing material and we discussed the different body parts they use for feeding.
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  • Primaria | General

    Back To Pre History! We have built tents, fossils and weapons.
    4th form students had great fun while learning about pre history.
    The children learnt about life in and out a cave during Stone Age.
    They also watched a video about the Paleolithic and Neolithic period of time.
    They all learnt how to make their own fossils using things from nature such as...

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    Egyptian Headdresses and Crowns Student´s Crown Crafts
    After working on the different headdresses and crowns worn by pharaohs in different regions in Ancient Egypt (Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt), students crafted and coloured their own Egyptian crowns.

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