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Friday, December 21, 2018

Friends from Olomuc

Olomuc is a city placed in the Czech Republic, with a total of 100.154 inhabitants. And there, in Olomuc, is where our 5th grades students have got  a pen pal. We have already received a couple of letters and a Christmas Card from our friends. Students are excited with the letters and they feel like writing to their friends and explaining a lot of things about themselves. Here you've got the pictures with the Christmas Cards and a video wishing them a Merry Christmas!!



MERRY CHRISTMAS!


May the spirit of Christmas bring you and your family hope, happiness and love.




💓 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 💓

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

MERRY CHRISTMAS!💗💗💗




Resultat d'imatges de merry christmas


Dear families and friends,
It's been a long term, with a lot of emotions; we had some good moments and not so good, however, we did it and now it's time for a well-deserved rest. 
So I'd like to wish you a merry Christmas, enjoy of your family, your friends and have fun.
See you in January!!
Resultat d'imatges de hearts

Films project





During the first term, some students have been doing a project about Disney and Pixar films. They had to look for information, then they wrote a short description of each film, and finally they explained it to the class. 



Thursday, November 15, 2018

Frankenstein


Last Wednesday 14th November, 6th grade students went to Ca n'Humet to watch Frankenstein's play. It was very funny and we were lucky because Anna and Daniela took part in the play.
Anna was turned into a machine in order to give life to Frankenstein and Anna participated in a contest with questions about the play.




Tarzan

Last Friday 9th November, 4th grade students went to Ca n'Humet to see the play Tarzan. We really  enjoyed it!!
Here are some pictures:

1, 2, 3 Art!



We have finally finished our second part of the eTwinning project, a project inspired by a painting by Giacomo Balla, an Italian painter:

Students had a big paper with only the shapes of the painting and they had to fill all the space with plasticine.
Here you have a video with images: