The 1ºESO students have recreated the famous ´She-Wolf´ sculpture from ancient Roman foundation myth. Some students have taken the traditional route, while others have modernized the story and added their own twists! Enjoy!
The 4°ESO students have been looking at different art movements in their history classes including, Impressionism, Dada, Post Impressionism, Surrealism, and Cubism, just to name a few. Over the past few weeks the students have been accompanied by their teachers to the museum to have a real life look at the art they have been learning about in the classroom!
We asked language assitant Jamie to tell us a little bit about Global Classrooms Activities which took place this week and she was kind enough to send us photos and a little blurb about what the students did:
“This week, 12 third-year bilingual students from La Senda attended the Global Classrooms Conference in Madrid. On Tuesday, they went to the Madrid Regional Asamblea for the Opening Ceremony. On Wednesday, they participated in the conference, where they represented a specific country in pairs. After months of preparation, they used their debating skills to find ways to work with other countries and solve the global issue of “Orphans and Vulnerable Children.” During the Closing Ceremony, the delegates from Guatemala Jaime Fernandez and Alvaro Lozano won an award, the “Most Dedicated Delegation.” All of the delegates worked very hard, both during the months before the conference and during the conference.”
Congrats on all your hard work students, and a special congratulations to Jamie, Bea, Isabel and Sara for all their hard work! What a wonderful learning experience for all!