martes, 1 de junio de 2010


We say goodbye to Anne and Erin,our language assistants. We have learnt a lot of things with them. We just want to thank Anne and Erin and wish them GOOD LUCK.
KISSES, Teachers and students.

miércoles, 26 de mayo de 2010


A power failure; when the electricity goes out.
A mixture of rotted leaves, plants, or vegetables that can be used in a garden to give nutrition to growing plants.
The power used to make things like televisions, lights, and computers work.
A word used to describe someone who is kind to the earth and protects it from harm.
To throw garbage away in places it doesn't belong, like on the ground or out of a car window.
Things that make the environment dirty, like garbage, chemicals, or gases.
To use trash to make new things.
To use less of something, like paper or electricity.
To use something again in a different way instead of throwing it away.

Now a game; Click here

Games about recycling

Enjoy yourself! Click here

lunes, 24 de mayo de 2010

martes, 18 de mayo de 2010

What animal is it?

Click here para adivinar de qué animal se trata

sábado, 10 de abril de 2010


Hello students!
Pincha el enlace y sigue los pasos que te van indicando y así crearás tus propias historias.
Son muy divertidas. Ánimo escritores y escritoras!!!
Story maker

jueves, 1 de abril de 2010


Aquí tenéis un vídeo de los compañeros/as explicando cómo funcionan los volcanes.
Espero que os guste!
Ah! pinchar en volcano experiment para que se vea completo.

martes, 23 de marzo de 2010


About Easter

Jesus Christ died on a cross on a Friday almost two thousand years ago. Christians believe that on the following Sunday, Christ rose from the dead and, in doing so, proved that He is the Son of God. The day Jesus died and was buried is known as Good Friday. The following Sunday is Easter.

Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Son of God each year between March 22nd and April 25th (the first Sunday after the vernal equinox).

Dying Easter Eggs

Easter game
Easter hangman

domingo, 14 de marzo de 2010

St Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day is an Irish holiday celebrated all around the globe to honor the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick.
Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated each year on March 17th.

There are many traditions and symbols associated with St. Patrick's Day and Ireland. Here are a handful of the most popular practices.

Shamrock :St. Patrick used the shamrock to visually illustrate the concept of the Trinity (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit).


So why do we all wear green?

Probably because you'll be pinched if you don't! School children started this tradition. Green is also the color of spring, the shamrock, and is connected with hope and nature.


miércoles, 3 de marzo de 2010

More about the present continuous

Para saber más sobre el presente continuo, Click here

sábado, 20 de febrero de 2010


Present continuous. Click here here

martes, 16 de febrero de 2010


-Read this text

Prehistory: Three stages

* Prehistory is the period that begins with the appearance of the human being, about five million years ago, and finishes with the invention of writing, about 6,000 years ago.
* It is a long period divided into three stages: the Palaeolithic Age, the Neolithic Age and the Metal Age.
* The Palaeolithic Age began with our first ancestors and finished about 10,000 years ago. During that period, human beings used tools made of stone and lived on hunting and gathering.
* In the Neolithic Age, which began about 10,000 years ago, human beings lived in villages. Human communities cultivated the land and raised cattle. Agriculture and cattle raising gave rise to a productive economy.
* We call the the Metal Age to the period beginning about 7000 years ago, when human beings started to make objects out of metals.

-Vídeo sobre el arte rupestre. Click here


Samantha, nuestra auxiliar de conversación del año pasado, nos saluda desde Escocia.
Nos echa de menos!!!!!!

Hi kids i hope that you are all well. I miss you all and working in the school very much. Scotland is very cold and it has snowed a lot this is very different to living in Sevilla. I am going to live in France for 4 months at the start of March. I hope that everyone there is as nice and friendly as you all are in Spain. I hope that you are all enjoying school and still improving your English. Hopefully hear some news from you soon.
Lots of love Samantha.

martes, 9 de febrero de 2010


Crossword about my city. Click here
The robbery. Click here

lunes, 8 de febrero de 2010


By Ángela, Nico, javi, Miguel, Jose


We live in San José de la Rinconada.
It´s a great town.Come to San Jose!
There are 32.000 of people living in Rinconada.

There are lots of things to do.
There are hotels, cafes, restaurants, parks, shops, culture center and a Museum of Paleontology. There is an important theatre. It is called “ La villa”.

In my town we have the most famous sugar factory of Spain. There are a lot of people working in.

Once time in the year, we have a great bicycle race. And we have a lot of places where we can practice sports.

In San Jose there is one famous singer. Her name is Marta Quintero. She has composed a song: “I do not forget to you”

She is a pretty girl. She has got long, straight black hair and big black eyes.

A very famous bullfighter was born in San Jose de la Rinconada:Victor Puerto.

He is tall .He has got big brown eyes and curly black hair. In this picture, he's wearing a bullfhighter jacket.

domingo, 7 de febrero de 2010

Valentine's Day( cards, poems and games).

- En este enlace podrás encontrar diferentes modelos de tarjetas para enviar a tus amigos/as en el día de la amistad.
Click here

Roses Are Red...

Roses are red; daisies are white;
Valentine, you make every day a delight.
Violets are blue; daffodils are yellow;
Valentine, you make my heart jiggle like Jello!

Terrific Person

Hey you--you're often on my mind;
You’re a terrific person, one of a kind.
I’m sending this poem, because I want to say
I’m thinking of you on Valentine’sDay.
Top of the list

On Valentine’s Day,
when I think of the people
I care about and value,
you are at the top of the list.
Like a rainbow
glistening through the rain,
like a glowing green spring
after a cold gray winter,
you are a joy and a delight.
Like a good book, a cozy fire,
or a cup of cocoa (with marshmallows),
you are a comfort to me.
I appreciate you.
Happy Valentine’s Day!


Valentine Treat

I hope your Valentine’s Day is great.
I hope it’s quite a treat.
I hope you have a happy day
Filled with things so sweet.

This poem’s for you because I care.
I can’t get more specific.
Well, yes I can, and here I go…
I think you’re terrific!

Don´t break my heart
Row Swap Puzzle
Heart break
Off the edges


martes, 2 de febrero de 2010

Nota informativa

Chicos/as si queréis repasar las Comunidades Autónomas, en este blog encontraréis un divertido mapa. Buscar en archivo y con fecha de Abril 2009. Ya lo trabajamos el curso pasado. Este año añadimos las capitales de cada Comunidad.
Ánimo que con las nuevas tecnologías el estudio de los mapas es más divertidos.

martes, 26 de enero de 2010


By Nuria P, Javi, Nico, Jose
-Match box
It consists of:
putting couscous in a match box and putting the magnet in the couscous.
The wire sticks to the magnet. This method of separation is called magnetic separation.


With a piece of paper and your own hands, you can create an Origami Peace Crane.
Try it following the instructions on this animation.

lunes, 25 de enero de 2010

Sadako Sasaki

Este es un precioso video realizado por una niña de 11 años y así cuenta la historia de Sadako.

Sadako Sasaki

"I will write "peace" on your wings, and you will fly all over the world".

Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl who lived in Hiroshima, in Japan. In August 1945, when she was two years old, the atomic bomb exploded near her home. She and her family escaped, although her grandmother died.

Sadako had a normal childhood and was a very good runner.When she was 11 years old, she fell ill during a running race.

When she was 12, her illness became worse and she was diagnosed with leukaemia, a cancer which affected many children who had been exposed to radiation because of the atom bomb. The doctors told her family that she would have less than one year to live, and she would be in the hospital.

A friend told her about an old Japanese legend which says that if you fold 1000 origami cranes, you get a wish. The crane is a Japanese symbol of long life (or longevity).

Sadako started to fold her own cranes...

She didn't always have origami paper, she used newspaper, medicine wrappings, and scraps of wrapping paper from gifts. She folded and folded. Some people say that she folded over 1000 cranes before she died. We don't know the truth, but we do know that sadly Sadako didn't survive the terrible cancer. She was courageous and happy to the end. In October 1955 she died, peacefully, in the hospital.

In memory of Sadako...The children in her class were very sad, and decided to try to get money for a special memorial for Sadako and other children who had died from the atomic bomb. They wrote a book about Sadako, and they sent letters to schools all over Japan. Three years later, they used the money to build the Children's Peace Monument, in Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima. It has a statue of Sadako and an origami crane on the top . At the bottom of the statue there is a message from the children, it reads:

"This is our cry. This is our prayer. Peace in the world."

Every year, thousands of children visit the memorial and leave origami cranes in memory of children who have died because of war, and as a prayer for peace. If you look carefully at the picture above you can see thousands of cranes protected by the white structures around the edge of the memorial.


Aquí tenéis esta canción para celebrar el Día de la Paz en nuestro cole.
Espero que os guste.

domingo, 17 de enero de 2010

Some activities to practice

Aquí tenéis algunas actividades para practicar:
There is/are
Vocabulary: Places and buildings

sábado, 16 de enero de 2010


Nico, Jony, Ángela, Jose.

This is a plastic bottle and in the bottle there is water and oil. They are separated. The water has more density, therefore the water stays on the bottom of the bottle and the oil rises to the top and appears to float on the water. This process of separation of mixtures is called decantation.

domingo, 10 de enero de 2010

Materials---Changing state

Hello students!
I wish you a happy new year!
To start this new term some activities about materials. They are related to changing state.