Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-sombreros pascua5This year for our school Easter Project we chose to make Bonnets. Our students produced some wonderful creations in which they paraded down the Red Carpet with pride. You all did a super job! A big thanks to our parents for gathering the materials!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-ancient greek2P5 Maspalomas students had fun using clay to reproduce some Ancient Greek masterpieces. Here are some of the wonderful Greek vessels and theatre masks they made.

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-tudorThe P5 class in Maspalomas has worked hard to construct Tudor houses from wood using saws and secure joints. The Tudor village looked great and the students also did some excellent projects!

Colegio-Privado-Internacional-Britanico-Ingles-Las Palmas-Maspalomas-English-School-huevos pascuaThis week everyone worked hard in class to produce beautiful Easter eggs decorations. Each child did a "cracking" job! The most original designs were chosen and the winners were:

P1010128 - copiaFor the second year running the Easter Egg entries were “Egg-cellent”! We had so many different creations. Well done to all of you (children & parents) for your tremendous effort.             

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On Wednesday 28th March, we held our first Easter egg competition. We were amazed by the smashing creations designed by our pupils using just eggs, a cardboard box and arty stuff! 

huevos_pascua_01_-_copiaThis year we will be holding our very first Easter egg competition. The idea is that the children make something very creative at home using eggs, a cardboard box and arty stuff!. In past years, children have made characters and animals from the eggs and presented them in a painted cardboard box giving the egg a setting or a scene.

SAM_0029_-_150In D&T we have started a new topic called Moving Pictures. We have been talking about the parts of a picture that could move to add interest and make the picture more animated. Out first practical task involved using split pins to make a see-saw move up and down. Then we added our own decorations to make the background look like a park. The results were great

spiders2_-_150For the last two weeks, we have been learning lots of new descriptive vocabulary. In particular, we have been using adjectives to describe the size, color, texture and personality of a variety of monsters. On Thursday, we painted giant hairy spiders and then thought of good adjectives to give them each a gruesome descriptive name!