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We are in the final!!

Posted: February 8, 2018 in Uncategorized

Hi everyone!

We are glad to inform you we’ve been selected for the final in the STEM challenge organized by telefónica. Now there are 10 teams around Spain in our category that will compete for the first positions. Our boys have done a great job! We’ll keep you informed.

If you haven’t had a look at our video, here you have it:

Hi everyone,
In the Advanced group of TSAFAD we are currently trying out the Oxford test of English that is a computer based level exam in English up to level B2.
The students had a great time creating while they all spoke with the computers, each one with their headphones and microphones. Definitely a new experience!
Now we’ll continue with the Reading and Writing to see how they get on with this new format.

TSAFAD Advanced Group of English

Merry Christmas!

Posted: December 22, 2017 in Uncategorized


STEM CAS Express Project!

Posted: December 12, 2017 in CAS ROBOTS, Uncategorized
Hi everyone!
Our STEM CAS EXPRESS PROJECT is on the way! Here we have the link to our video in YouTube created by Carolina  Pérez Guillén from 2 BACH.
We hope you enjoy it!

Christmas Cards!

Posted: December 11, 2017 in ARTS, Uncategorized
This week fourth primary are fully getting into the festive spirit by designing cute Christmas cards.
Merry (almost) Christmas

Revising Modal Verbs!

Posted: November 23, 2017 in Uncategorized

Hi everyone!

We’ve been revising modal verbs with my group of 1 baccalaureate. To do it, we first a jigsaw activity with the different types, e.g. obligation and necessity, ability, requests…
When done, we used the visuals they had prepared to explain each other as a classroom display, here it is:

Besides doing some book activities to practise what they have been revising, we though of practising differently, putting our music intelligence into practise. We used the App Padlet to make walls with modal verb songs. In small groups, they had to choose some songs, highlight the modal verbs and explain their meaning. As a bonus, they inserted the links to the videos in YouTube. They had a good time working on these songs and here’s the result:
Hope you like them 😉
María Esther
4th primary students have started talking about famous people – inventors, explorers, artists, composers etc. We have listened to some short biographies and we checked students’ ability to write dates correctly. One of the famous persons mentioned is Alexander Graham Bell. As it turned out that the students had little knowledge about who he was and what he invented, we played the following video to make them familiar with the inventor of the telephone.
I hope you will like it.

Light & Shadow

Posted: November 20, 2017 in ARTS, Uncategorized

Hi everyone,

Light and shadow are fundamental aspects of artistic representation, bringing realism and depth to works of art through the ages. Here we see a class begin to explore the concept of the positioning of light sources and the shadows they create. After using hand held lights to simulate the movement of the sun around an object the class now begin to add shadows, depth and detail to their artwork.

Well done everyone!

Peter Goodfellow



Hi everyone!
We are still developing our STEM robots’ national project with 3rd ESO. Our team’s name is CAS Express and we are trying to make our EV3 robot go around the school so it can deliver some material from José Caballero’s office. Please, if you have a moment, go and click on the “like heart” on the following website attached. The more votes we have, the more possibilities we’ll have to win. Thank you very much!

Working in groups!

Posted: November 16, 2017 in COOPERATIVE LEARNING, Uncategorized
Hello, everyone!
This is 3rd grade. We would like to let you know a couple of things we have been doing lately. We have been studying Social Studies. It’s easier and funnier when we do it in groups….
And our revisions were also using the Cooperative Learning techniques. This time we completed the worksheet using ‘Pencils in the middle’. And the winners are….