martes, 10 de octubre de 2017

WELCOME TO OUR LANGUAGE ASSISTANT
Hi! My name is Lindsey and I’m the English Language Assistant at Buenavista I this year! I’m from Newport Beach, California (USA) and have been living in northern Spain for two years. My hometown is about an hour and a half away from Los Angeles, and most people spend their days at the beach (when they’re not working, of course!).

 The weather is usually warm and true changes in seasons are nonexistent. Some of the typical foods from my city are açaí bowls (delicious smoothies with fruit toppings and granola) and Mexican food (fish tacos are my favorite!). Since California is close to the US-Mexican border, many people speak both English and Spanish, which means we have a lot of diversity there. 


Some fun facts about me are: 
1) I’ve never lived in a city without the ocean 
2) I have an “old lady” hobby - I love to knit 
3) My favorite color is purple 
4) I’ve read all the Harry Potter books twice (and am starting to read them in Spanish next!) 
5) My favorite TV series are: Friends, Breaking Bad, and Modern Family 

I’m excited to start my third year as a Language Assistant and can’t wait to share more of my adventures with you throughout the year! 

Saludos, 
Lindsey


martes, 25 de abril de 2017

WORLD BOOK DAY 20017

WORLD BOOK DAY 2017

 Ernest Hemingway said : “There is no friend as loyal as a BOOK”

 Students from Buenavista 1 school have travelled around the world and visited amazing places with their imagination.
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-      Infants went to a Fairytale Island, Primary students went to the Arctic, the ancient Rome, North America , flew to the space, and visited a small village in León, the King Arthur´s castle and an Inca town. We had lots of fun!!!

      
     




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jueves, 26 de enero de 2017

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

MARTIN LUTHER KING Jr.
FACTS AND QUOTES
Dr. Martin Luther King jr. was a leader of the civil rights movement in 1960s in America, which meant that he hoped the black people and white people would begin to live together peacefully, with equal rights. He was assassinated in 1968.

On October 14th (1964) Martin Luther King Jr. became the youngest man (age 35) to receive a Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through non-violence.


"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judge by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

"Only in the darkness can you see the stars."





Click below and sing "BLOWIN¨IN THE WIND" by Bob  Dylan

viernes, 28 de octubre de 2016

HALLOWEEN 2016

           All the school was looking forward to celebrating Halloween once again.
          This time older students have decorated clothes pegs and given them to Early Years and children in Year 1. They were delighted with this creepy present.
          Corridors have been decorated with pumpkims,ghosts, spiders, bats, witches with brooms and haunted houses. Children have done scary bookmarks, crosswords, dominoes, jigsaws and told spooky riddles and jokes.Here you are some of them:
 -  Where does Dracula keep his money? (In a blood bank!)
 -  What subject in school is easy for a witch? (Spell-ing!)

martes, 26 de abril de 2016

WORLD BOOK DAY 2016

Emma, our language assistant has prepared this presentation about how children celebrate "World Book Day" in England. We hope you enjoy it!

lunes, 4 de abril de 2016

RECIPE BOOK

6th graders have participated in a project called "A literary vegetable garden" with other schools from different parts of Spain. They decided to plant English words and have gathered this odd crop. Remember: "Food tastes better when you eat it with your family". Enjoy your meal!
Recipe Book- 6th Year Students by Slidely Slideshow