Tuesday, 26 December 2017

FLL: Water-Treatment Plant

Some students of the school will take part in JUNIOR FIRST LEGO LEAGUE challenge called AQUA ADVENTURE; and the older ones in FIRST LEGO LEAGUE, being HYDRO DYNAMICS the challenge. 
For this reason we have visited the  WATER-TREATMENT PLANT in Salamanca. 
Water treatment is any process that makes water more acceptable for a specific end use. In this case, our students were investigating about the process so that water becomes fit for drinking. 
We would like to say thank you to AQUALIA SALAMANCA for allowing us to visit the water treatment plant; and also to ADRIÁN, who showed us the plant explaining how it works and turning the visit into a wonderful learning experience. 













Sunday, 17 December 2017

Dancing Birds

The second grade students enjoyed with Antonio, building and programming a couple of "Dancing Birds." 





They used the robotics set LEGO WE DO. 




The activity is proposed by 
to promote knowledge of educational robotics in the classroom.



Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Creative Corner.

The fifth grade students have done a great job for ARTS AND CRAFTS subject.
 These motivating phrases...



were the starting point to create there WORK OF ART: 
that is what they have been taught: EVERY SINGLE PRODUCTION THEY DO WITH INTEREST AND DEDICATION IS ART!

For that reason, we have dedicated a CREATIVE CORNER so that they can  share their great creations with others. 








CONGRATULATIONS!

By María Tavera

Saturday, 9 December 2017

Soil Science




Our students learnt English vocabulary related to soil, its types, components and layers. They tested soil pH and studied its sorption properties. At the end of our soil science classes the students had to complete some interactive activities.

 




by Agnieszka Drowanowska and Anna Dołżyńska






Monday, 27 November 2017

La Dehesa



"La Dehesa" is the name of the typical landscape of our province, Salamanca. 



The students of second grade of primary have elaborated, collaboratively, murals representing a Dehesa.