World Book Day

Every year, on 23 April, celebrations take place all over the world to recognize the magical power of books. During last week, all students from 1st to 6th of Primary read different books to celebrate this event. ” Our books and our pens are the most powerful weapons” Malala Yousafzai. Read more →


One more year the colorful Food Pyramid has been displayed at school. 6th graders have reviewed the importance of getting the correct amount of nutrients, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. What we consume on a daily basis affect our health and daily activities so, remember to MAKE BETTER FOOD CHOICES! Read more →

Water challenge

Are you wasting water? Did you know that the average person in the UK uses 150 litres of water a day? That’s for drinking, washing, cooking – all the water we use around the house. Read more →

Dear classmate…

3rd grade students have been very busy these days writing and decorating some postcards they’re going to exchange among themselves. We have already sent them, so now all the students are waiting impatiently. Don’t forget to check your mailboxes everyday! Read more →


After reading  London – A day in the city, 4th graders have been working on different projects about interesting places to visit in the capital of England. Read more →

Lions and fish

Last week 3rd grade students identified the differences and similarities between lions and fish. They carried out this high order thinking skill (compare and contrast) using different graphic organizers. This is the result. Read more →

Robin Hood and A Fishy Tale

On 1st February, we were delighted by the performance of the theatre company FACE2FACE. At 11.25, after the break, we saw the show: Robin Hood, from 3rd grade to 6th grade. In the afternoon, after the long break, the smaller ones along with 1st and 2nd graders, enjoyed A Fishy Tale Watch this video!   Read more →


4th grade students are looking for some animals which disappeared under mysterious circumstances some days ago. Have a look to their descriptions and please, if you see them, let us know! Thank you!!     Read more →