Playing a new sport, “Intercrosse”

Playing a new sport, “Intercrosse”

Today all our PE students have taken theirs sticks to their lessons. The reason why is they have begun a new project called “Intercrosse”.

It is a schoolar adaptation of the sport “Lacrosse” which is one of the most practiced sport in North America. The aim of the sport is similar to hockey, but the ball goes normally flying because they have to pass the ball with a stick with a basket on the top. What really matters is score more goals than the rival. 
Talking about the project, the first lesson has taken place at home building the material to play. All the students had the information in class to know how to make it and the way they were being evaluated…usability and design. And today we have started the practice with passes and receptions. We are going to spend almost a month before finishing the project with a tournament.

Good luck to you all!!!!

Visita al Museo de la Cuchillería de Albacete por alumnos de 3º ESO

Visita al Museo de la Cuchillería de Albacete por alumnos de 3º ESO

Todos los alumnos de Geografía e Historia de 3º ESO visitan la casa del Hortelano con su profesora Ana Rodríguez Vera como complemento a la unidad didáctica, “La ciudad”. Este monumento de la ciudad es sede del Museo de la Cuchillería. Los alumnos realizaron unos ejercicios sobre el estilo y el arquitecto del edificio así como un cuestionario sobre las explicaciones realizadas por la guía del museo.

The life of Anne Frank exhibition

The life of Anne Frank exhibition

4th, 2nd year and PMAR II students visited the exhition The life of Anne Frank which was held in the Public library until the last day of February. It told us  the story of AnneFrank and the diary she wrote while hiding for two years due to Nazy persecution of Jews during Second World War.Students agreed on the fact that we are lucky living in a world where we can all express our opinions, belong to any political party, believe in any religion… A great opportunity to think of our standard of living without oppressive restrictions but being free.

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