From Archena (Murcia), the students at 1st ESO in IES Vicente Medina, have been working about a character from history called Guy Fawkes. Here you can know him.
Thanks to Inmaculada López and their pupils. A great work!
“Remember Remember the 5th of November
The gunpowder treason and plot
I know of no reason
Why the gunpowder treason
Should ever be forgot”
Four hundred years ago, the 5th of November 1605, a man called Guy Fawkes and a group of friends tried to kill the King James I by blowing up the Houses of Parliament. At that time the main religion was the Protestant religion. Guy Fawkes was a catholic and he wanted more rights for catholics, but James I didn’t want to give them any more rights.
Guy Fawkes didn’t succeed so nowadays people celebrate that Guy Fawkes didn’t kill the king with bonfires and fireworks on the 5th of November. They make “Guys” to burn them on the bonfires.
This is what 1º ESO students have prepared to celebrate Guy Fawkes. Thanks a lot to all of them for their great work:
Jesús Rojo, Isabel, Inés, José Luis and Alejandro Rojo
David Valero, María Candel and Mónica
Mireya, Alexia, Gabriela and Laura María
Ana Isabel, Ana María and Maribel
Jesús Torrano, Pablo Prieto
Elena Clara, Laura Verdú, Patricia, Aida and Andrea
The students 3rd ESO at IES Vicente Medina in Archena (Murcia) share with everyone a new work in English Classroom.Great!. Congratulations! Inmaculada López, the English teacher tell us:
As the first task for our project “Moving forward with 3º ESO” students were asked to prepare presentations using graffities and explaining why those graffities meant or didn’t mean progress to them. They also presented their work orally to the class. They did a great job as you can see in the following presentations:
Iván, Ricardo, Fran, José Ramón and Antonio
Pablo F, Fran and Maksym
José Juan, Clemente and Pedro Ayala
Alejandro M, José Antonio, Carlos, Pedro Gabarrón and Pedro Serna
Marina, Celia Campuzano, Raquel, Myriam, Melissa and Elvira
Berta, Marta, Rocío and Vero
Cecilia, Yaiza, Laura and Nerea
Jesús, Ricardo, Jaime, Máximo, Alejandro García and José Ismael
Silvia, Ángela Solana, Mª Isabel, Mª José Buendía and Mª José Bermúdez
Find it all about how CEIP San Miguel in Armilla celebrated Halloween. Thanks to Yolanda Egea.
Halloween is a great time to celebrate with different activities the topics about witches, ghosts and fairies at school. Every year the classrooms are open to new ideas to create the best environment to have fun with kids.
Our music teacher Lucía Trujillo and PE teacher Cristina Morales took the best ideas about working Halloween through parades and corners, so the children from 5th and 6th levels had the opportunity to rotate in different stopping places and enjoy.
Have a look at the video to watch how much fun the children can have just in one day at school.
PIN THE TAIL
THE WALKING DEAD
APPLE PASS ALONG
MUMMY WRAP RELAY
NUTS & SPOON
APPLE ON STRINGS
BOBBING FOR APPLES