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Hello families!

Today we want to share with you a super special day that the 3rd graders lived some days ago. Last Wednesday 15th, it was the 1st birthday of our pet, Mr. Snow-wolf!!!!

We had lots of fun. We did different special activities. First, we prepared a small sponge cake for him and, of course, we sang happy birthday! Then, we played some sweet activities using cookies and all the students wrote birthday cards for Snow-wolf. We were soooooo happy!

Here you have a photo in which there appear all the students of 3rd grade A, Teacher Melanie and Snow-wolf just after singing the happy birthday song.

See you soon and remember, if you see Snow-wolf around the school… congratulate him!!!!

3rd graders and Teacher Melanie

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6th graders in l’Arrabassada: ¡GUESS WHO!


Hello families!

We are sure that you know the famous game called “Guess who”, in which you have to ask questions to your opponent in order to guess who is the person hidden in his or her card.

Well, if you don’t have it, no problem! Today Teacher Melanie and the 6th graders are going to explain you how to make a handmade “Guess who”. The material that you need is:

  • 16 pictures (they can be of your friends, members of your family or famouse people).
  • Scissors and glue
  • Two cardboards of different colors, for example, one red and another one blue.

First of all, you need to cut 16 squares in one of the cardboards. But… be careful! You don’t have to cut them completly, only 3 of it’s sides. They are going to be the “tabs” you need to play the game. Then, you need to cut the photos and stick them in the squares. Finally, you stick the cardboard with all the photos in the other one.

Here you have a photo with the result:

As you can see, they did one using the images of all of them and some famous singers and actors they like. Feel free!

Here you have a photo of two of our students playing it:

We hope you like as much as we do!

See you soon,

Teacher Melanie and 6th graders

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5th graders in l’Arrabassada: DISCOVERING LONDON!

Hello families!

During the second term, 5th graders in l’Arrabassada have been learing and discovering a very famous English city: LONDON! They learnt the typical food, the timetable they have, the most famous places in the city…

One of the session was dedicated to the London guards: they made a puppet and a poster with all the information about them. Do you know that they are divided into 2 detachments? The Buckingham Palace and St. James’s Palace. Now you know where you can find them!

To end the lesson, they watched a film that was made in London: Agent Cody Banks Destination London, the story about a teen detective. They also recorded a video in which they had to imagine that they were doing a tour around London. Here you have the video, we hope you like it:

See you soon families!

5th graders and Teacher Melanie

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Hello families!

Today the 4th graders in l’Arrabassada and Teacher Melanie want to show you some activities we have been doing about an object that all of you use daily: TV!

First, we learnt that there are different genres of movies and programmes. For example: sports, romantic, drama, horror, music, news…

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Hello families!

The P5 students from l’Arrabassada School worked on the Christmas topic last December. We learned some Christmas and winter vocabulary with games and also have been preparing Christmas arts and chrafts. Look how much we enjoyed!

Here you have som pictures of them:


We learned a song “I’m the happies Christmas Tree” to wish you all a Merry Christmas!!

P5 A Students:

P5 B Students:

P5 C Students:



We wish you merry christmas and happy holidays!



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Hello families!

Now that the first term has finished, we want to explain an activity that 5th graders have been doing during the three months and that they are going to continue on January.

A weekend’s notebook! Every Wednesday, one student takes the notebook to his-her house. She or he can explain anything she or he wants about his weekend, using photos or pictures. Then, on Monday, he or she reads and explains it to the rest of the class.

They enjoy doing it because this way they can share their weekends with their friends, explaining their hobbies or the different places they have visited.

Here you have some examples:


See you soon!