Exciting news! Our 3rd ESO students will be taking part in a photography contest called CuriosiPics from Cambridge University Press. Equipped with a camera, a mobile phone or anything they can take a picture with, students will be able to dive into this year’s theme of curiosity with their own imagination and creativity. We absolutely can’t wait to see what sparks their curiosity!
For more information about the contest, please check out CuriosiPics’ homepage at http://curiosipics.cambridge.es/.
We’re very excited to announce that our 2nd ESO students are practicing their English language skills and showing off their acting abilities in our very own adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, a part of the Trinity College project. Check out their creative talent with these photos, showcasing this current work in progress!
We absolutely can’t wait to see what they will come up with next! Fantastic job so far!
Our 4th eso students had the chance to get involved and become a part of a fantastic team! Putting their acting and language skills to use, they’ve been interviewing other students in the hopes of enrolling them into their committee. Check out their performances which are similar to having a real job interview. Well done!
Resoldre jeroglífics és un passatemps d’allò més entretingut. Ens proposa, a més, fer jocs de paraules i, per tant, ens serveix per a treballar, lúdicament, el nostre lèxic.
Els alumnes de 1ESO han treballat què són i què cal fer per resoldre els jeroglífics. Després, n’han creat uns quants que han ofert als alumnes de 5EP i 6EP.
Aquí en teniu una mostra. Els sabeu resoldre?
At the beginning of the month some 3rd ESO students travelled to Trittau to take part in the second exchange Daina-Trittau. This following video highlights some of the best moments of the trip.
Today it’s our last day here in Trittau. We have nothing but kind words to our German hosts. It’s been an amazing week and we have enjoyed every single moment with you. Many thanks to all the families for treating us so well, you were very kind and we felt like home.
We would also like to thank all the teachers participating in this exchange, Ms. Gudrun, Ms. Sonia and Ms. Christina. Your implication and organisation throughout this week has been excellent.
We can’t wait to get ready for the second part of the exchange and welcome you with open arms in Barcelona.
Fins aviat amics! See you soon! Auf Wiedersehen und bis bald!
Today we went to Hamburg. It was an exciting day in which we visited most of the important parts of the city. One of the teachers from Trittau was our mentor. She showed us the city hall, the old harbor and one of the most famous icon, Sankt Michaeliskirche, a famous church with a 105 meter tower. We also sailed the Elbe river on a ferry and finally enjoyed a tasty ice-cream on our way back to Trittau.
Have a look at the pictures!
To celebrate English Day, last Friday we did a poetry and contemporary dance workshop with some 3ESO and 4ESO students. 2Batxillerat students volunteered and helped us creating our coreographies from the poems we had previously read and analized. We had a great morning reading poems and creating movement, trying to give motion beauty to the poem “When you are old”, by William Butler.
Here you have our result. Hope you enjoy it!
When you are old
by WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS
When you are old and grey and full of sleep,
And nodding by the fire, take down this book,
And slowly read, and dream the soft look
Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep;
How many loved your moments of glad grace,
And loved your beauty with love false or true,
But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you,
And loved the sorrows of your changing face;
And bending down beside the glowing bars,
Murmur, a little sadly, how Love fled
And paced upon the mountains overhead
And hid his face amid a crowd of stars.
Yesterday our friends from Germany spent the whole day in Barcelona. They enjoyed the nice weather while visiting the most iconic sights of the city. They started their journey with a nice walk along Plaça Catalunya and La Rambla. They also visited La Catedral and stepped some of the oldest streets from Barcelona (Barri Gòtic). At noon, they had a rest while visiting the port on a boat and had lunch. Later in the afternoon, they visited La Sagrada Família and headed back to school to meet their Catalan partners again.
Have a look at some pictures!