News… 29th May

We start a very short week…

Our units and new resources for each level:

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To remember the parts of the body:

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News… 22nd May

How are you?

Last week we checked how we can answer this question, today we give you more possible answers:

 

Our units and new resources for each level:

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News… 15th May

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Opposite words

This week, some labels have appeared in the stairs of the blue building… do you know the meaning of all of them?

 How are you?

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News… 8th May

Congratulations Irina!!!

Tenemos el placer de informar que Irina, nuestra candidata de 6º de EP a la fase final del concurso The Fonix, ha obtenido la séptima posición a nivel de toda Cataluña. Algo que nos llena de orgullo y satisfacción.

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News… 2nd May

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Yesterday, it was May Day. Discover more about this Festival here.

May Day means different things to different countries – it’s actually a different public holiday depending on where you live. In many countries, May Day is celebrated as Labor Day (a day of celebrations organized by unions, political groups and activists).

May Day is also a traditional holiday in many countries originating from various Celtic and German festivals. May Day marks the begResultado de imagen de may dayinning of farmable spring in the Northern hemisphere and was associated with pagan and neopagan festivals. As Europe became Christianized, pagan holidays merged with or replaced Christian holidays. May Day is most closely associated with Easter – when small baskets of sweets and/or flowers were usually left secretly on neighbors doorsteps.

The earliest May Day celebration appeared BC, with the festival of Flora (the Roman Goddess of flowers). In Europe and America, May Day tradition involves dancing around the Maypole and crowning of the “Queen of the May.” May 1 was one of the most important holidays for the Druids of the British Isles. the day was thought to divide the year in half. The other half ended at Samhain on November 1st.

After Roman occupation of the British Isles, the beginning of May was a time to worship Flora – the goddess of flowers. May Day then became part of Floralia – a 5 day celebration from April 28 – May 2. Floralia rituals soon replaced/merged with May Day celebrations.

Resultado de imagen de may dayRoman Catholics devote the month of May to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mary’s head will often be adorned with flowers in a May crowning.

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