Saturday, 27 February 2010


It is late 12th century England and Sir Robin of Loxley, Earl of Huntington, Robin Hood (Russell Crowe) has returned to his North English village after fighting in the Third Crusade. Upon arrival, the nobleman and his servant discover the oppression caused by the new Sheriff of Nottingham (Matthew Macfadyen). Sir Robin uses his intelligence and military skills to free his home village from tyranny and corruption in England, by taking back what is rightfully his, and by taking back what rightfully is theirs, to restore justice and happiness to England. Robin must also win the affection of the recently widowed Lady Marian (Cate Blanchett) while leading his Merry Men of Sherwood Forest to victory and fairness.

If you want to listen to the story click on the photo:

Thursday, 18 February 2010


Orkut Scrap Toys


Look at these exercises and try to do them.I hope you can see the differences between there is and there are

1st exercise
2nd exercise
3rd exercise

If you've got any doubt please ask me.Bye!


Let's practise the past of the verb To Be. Here you've got some exercises you can do:

Exercise 1
Exercise 3
Exercise 4

Have a nice practice!

Sunday, 14 February 2010


Today is February 14th. It's Valentine's Day.It's the day when people show their affection for another person (or people!) by sending anonymous cards, flowers or chocolates with messages of love.
Practise your vocabulary about love with this exercises. Click on this heart:

Thank you to French frog's Little English Pond for this new book.

Thursday, 11 February 2010


What is Pancake Day?
Pancake day is on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday: it is on February or at the beginning of march, six weeks before Easter.
In Britain people eat pancakes on Pancake Day.

In some towns there are pancakes races.
People run through the streets holding frying pans with pancakes.
Each runner throws the pancake into the air and catches it in the pan.

In other countries, people celebrate Carnival at this time of the year .
There are parades through the streets with bands, fireworks and people wearing masks and fancy dress costumes.

Serve these pancakes with butter and syrup.
•2 cups all-purpose flour, stirred or sifted before measuring
•2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
•1/2 teaspoon salt
•1 egg, slightly beaten
•1 1/2 cups milk
•2 tablespoons melted butter
Sift together flour, baking powder, and salt. In a separate bowl, combine egg and milk; add to flour mixture, stirring only until smooth. Blend in melted butter. Cook on a hot, greased griddle, using about 1/4 cup of batter for each pancake. Cook until brown on one side and around edge; turn and brown the other side. Recipe for pancakes serves 4.
Look at the result. Delicious!!!!

Wednesday, 3 February 2010


Colour the clown:

And now listen to this SONG about the parts of the face.


Be careful little pigs! The Big Bad Wolf is here! Listen to the story:

Listen and read the story:

Monday, 1 February 2010

Peace Decorations

Thank you everybody for your work! I think our corridors are very beautiful with these posters and we enjoy doing them.

Pre-primary children made this fantastic train! Congratulations for their work and their teachers' too.


On these days students from 6th level investigated about the Nobel Peace Prize. They knew some details about some very peaceful people who won this prize. Look at their work: