miércoles, 13 de mayo de 2015

Día de la paz

Nuestro cole es bilingüe, por eso este año hemos cantado para el Día de la Paz tanto en español como en inglés. Whatever (de Oasis), es una canción difícil y preciosa que los alumnos (desde 3 a 12 años) tararearon y cantaron de maravilla. 

Días antes estuvimos ensayando en las aulas de Ed. Infantil y Primaria, con las maestras de apoyo E.I.,  inglés, música, y los maestros de plástica en inglés. Todos juntos unidos por la Paz, ¡ERA EL OBJETIVO!

jueves, 9 de octubre de 2014


Spooky recipes for kids
 Finger Sandwiches

You will need:

  • Thin sliced white bread, crusts removed
  • Soft margarine
  • Cream cheese or peanut butter
  • Almonds
  • Strawberry Jam
  1. Gently flatten the slices of bread with a rolling pin to make them more pliable.
  2. Spread with a little margarine and some cream cheese or peanut butter.
  3. Roll up the sandwiches and make three indentations with a blunt knife to form the finger joints.
  4. Trim the ends of the fingers into a 'V' shape and stick an almond on to each tip with a little cream cheese to form the nails.
  5. Now for the gruesome bit—add a dollop of strawberry jam over the end of the finger for the blood!

domingo, 6 de abril de 2014


This year we are all painting a lot at school. There are many art activities suggested from the school library in order to read and learn about artists and their works. Modern artists felt that earlier art was elitist. Henri Matisse at the end of his life painted with cutouts. Pop Art artists, like Lichtenstein and Warhol, wanted to make art for the masses. 


Henri Matisse was born in 1854 and died in 1989. When he was a child he lived in a little village in France. He studied laws and worked as an office worker.
When he was twenty he was sick in bed for a long time. His mum gave him a box of paints and then he started his true vocation. At the beginning he copied other artists. Then he was very interested in colours, not in form or rules. (by 6º C)


Andy Warhol was born in 1928 in Pittsburg Pennsylvania and died in New York in 1987. When he was 8 years old he was sick and his mum taught him to draw. He was a quiet and shy child, but he loved drawing, photography and films. His dad wanted him to go to University to study art. He moved to New York City in 1959 and became a famous and very rich artist. He used commercial and repeated images and pictures of famous people too. He called it pop art. He said “Art is business”. (by 6º B)


Roy Lichtenstein is one of the most important pop art artists. He was born in New York in 1923. Inspired by Picasso, he started to paint at home. His early works were portraits of jazz musicians, carnival pictures and boxing combats. He painted what nobody liked. He explored popular culture, what we can see in magazines, adverts, and comics. The ordinary and the repeated were his source of inspiration. (by 6º A)