miércoles, 10 de octubre de 2018


In 2nd of ESO we have studied principles of perception and Op Art.

We based our  next project on Victor Vasarely and Bridget Riley , two of the most important artist of Op Art.

Students have created a three dimensional cube using geometric op Art Designs. They used the elements and principles of design to manipulate lines and shapes to create optical illusions of movement on flat space.

martes, 19 de junio de 2018


Last June 7th we performed an adaptation of a play called The Lion King in front of 2 ESO D and 2 ESO C students and teachers, and it was so fun!

We loved to rehearse every week, create the sets, arrange the music and put make up on the actors in class with our English teachers Montse and Madi.
Some students had some difficulties trying not to laugh or memorizing their lines but in the end they did it and the performance was amazing.
Here you can see some pictures from this great day :)

By: Ruth, Diego, Pedro and Blanca (2 ESO E)

lunes, 18 de junio de 2018


Creating a game was my favourite proyect this year in biology .
It was very fun to start imaging and making a sckech of it,in this proyect you can select your fauvorite game and change the laws of the game,so that ithave some biology things.

At the begining i was thinking about a lot of games so couldn´t decide what games was better,but finally i decide to make a version of the game parchis.

In this proyect you could start your game changin the original game or star making it by the start.
In my game i start by the begining,so i started with the board,I beging makin a normal parchis board in a box so that it was more confortable to transport it then i started decorating the chips of the game,later i started making the questions and then i writed the games laws.

In my game you have to play as ifwere the normal parchis,but when you are goin to put a chip in the centre you have to answer a biology question.

So in resume this proyect was very funny and entertaining.

Building a Dragon

In biology class, we do a lot of activities, including projects like building our own flower, make up games.... 

One of these projects was building and designing our own unique dragon. Our teachers gave us different characteristics: aquatic or terrestrial dividing the class in two halfs: one half with one of these characteristics and the other half with another characteristic. Then the halfs were divided into other halfs: carnivores an herbivores and from there they started developing their own unique dragon. 
We coloured each dragon the way we wanted, positioned the wings on the back (“toothless” from “how to train your dragon”) or in the frontal legs (“the Hungarian Horntail” from “Harry Potter and the goblet of fire”), the tail with spikes or with a shape at the end, the head with one or two heads......
And this is how we built or own dragon.

By Daniel Barnett Aranda


We don't usually go to the lab because of the lack of personal but with the assistance of Maria and Blas, we had the possibility to go to this place where it was the first time to many of us observing a cell.


The cells we had observed were both animal and vegetal. The first one we saw was the vegetal one and for these we had to extract a little piece of onion that after we put in the microscope to observe it.


The process involved to see the animal cell was simple; we had to rub a stick against the mouth and later put the cells in a glass through which we saw the cells with a microscope.


This was one of the best experience we had during the Biology classes along the year.

Sira Barrios & Sophia Torrado 1º E

viernes, 15 de junio de 2018


In the 3º term, 1ºD began designing a water rocket in groups of 3. There were 10 groups. The rocket was made with recycled materials: four plastic bottles and some newspapers. It had to have four ailerons. 
They cut foam board with the form that the teacher gave them, then they cut the bottles and joined them and they painted them. 
After the paint was dry, they sticked the ailerons. Finally, when the rockets were finished, they launched them to the sky. Some of them flew but others not. 

Here are some fotos and videos of how they worked:

BY Paula Díaz


In this class Amaya brougth some minerals and rocks for us,we can touch them and also smell it,we also taste one mineral and surprise...salt!Yes the mineral have a flavour,SALT!This was really amazing and this class was so good,I love when Amaya brougth this types of things,becouse we saw and is so cool.
We spend all the week with this amazing minerals and rocks,each one had different size,color,touch and there smells are so incredible,so I would like to do this again and again becouse we learnt a lot this days with the minerals and rocks and in all the classes.