Sensibilizamos aos nenos coa saída polos arredores ó centro ,coñecendo a fraga e a súa recollida de follas.Estudamos o tamaño,forma e color de cada unha así como a procedencia da árbore da que proceden. Convivimos connosco e coa natureza nunha tarde de respiro,felicidade e estudo natural.
Aprendemos relacionado coas nosas vivencias e intereses tanto nenos máis pequenos como maiores.
En días seguintes realizamos estampacións plásticas varias coas follas das diferentes prantas.
Nestas terras de pedra,monte e auga seguimos un ano máis co compromiso ético e de responsabilidade sostible,formando aos nosos alumnos nos bens de pertenza,deixados pola natureza e conservado polas xeracións ancentrais.
Estudar dende o máis preto infirindo comparacións ao lonxano.
Veciños e pais de alumnos axudaron a concientizar da nosa riqueza e de tantas empresas que viven ó redor do noso monte.Perservalo,coidalo e conservalo é tarefa de todos.
Temática que nos compromete como mestres conectados ó medio onde está inserido o centro.
O compromiso de perservar pasa dende o primeiro momento por coñecer,traballar,vivencialo e estudalo.Dende a primeira saída ó bosque coas idades máis temperás ata a investigación máis profunda.
For this year’s Carnaval/Entroido celebrations, we decided that each class would dress up as the characters from a famous story. The 5th and 6th year classes dressed as smurfs, the third and fourth year classes dressed as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the second year class dressed as the Pied Piper of Hamelin and his rats, the first year class dressed as The Wolf and the Seven Sheep, and the pre-primary class dressed as the characters from Little Red Riding Hood.
The kids performed in a sort of fashion show on a runway in the gymasium in front of their friends and family. The fifth and sixth year classes even performed original songs and dances. They also read the ¨coplas¨ they had written, ultimately sentencing the entroido (or entroidos) to burn. Afterwards, the students had a parade which led them around the school and around part of the town of Parga.
This year the entroidos were Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. The performances of the fifth and sixth year classes focused on all the harm they have caused, particularly with respect to the ongoing threat of nuclear war. The students promoted a peaceful resolution through their performance.
We had a great time preparing for and celebrating Entroido once again. We can’t wait to do it again next year!
Enjoy our pictures from this special day.
Hi, everyone! Sorry for the delay of the blog posts. Better late than never, right?
Here’s some of the songs performed by students at our Christmas 2017 celebration.
Coming soon: Entroido 2018
I’m a Little Snowman: pre-primary, first and second year
Comin’ Down the Chimney- third, fourth, fifth and sixth year
Hello students and families!
We’ve had a great start to another academic year. October was a busy month for Parga students as they prepared for a Halloween celebration as well as Magosto.
The sixth year was in charge of organizing and preparing the Halloween festivities. This included making decorations, games and activities, and organizing teams. They even created separate spaces and events for pre-primary and first year students and the older classes.
Look at the beautiful pumpkins the students brought to school!
Pre-primary and first year classes enjoyed making Halloween posters, participating in a parade, and dancing along to a special Halloween song, written and performed by Nara and Sabela. They also enjoyed a variety of games, including pop the pumpkin, spider web obstacle course, and pumpkin bowling.
Meanwhile, the rest of the classes practiced their English vocabulary with Halloween board games. They also played other games, such as tossing candy through the ghost’s mouth, pin the boo, pop the pumpkin, and wrap the mummy. After each team finished wrapping their mummy, they went to meet the pre-primary and first year students for a mummy fashion show. Afterwards, the older classes played ¨follow the mummy¨, where they followed the lead of Mario and sang and danced around the school.
Here are some more pictures of our Halloween celebration!
Then came Magosto.
Parga students came prepared with their homemade chestnut baskets. Many even had two compartments, one for the shells and one for the chestnuts. Students roasted the chestnuts in the morning so they would be ready to go for the afternoon.
When the afternoon game, students enjoyed their chestnuts and beverages in the gym. When they were finished eating, they viciously attacked students and teachers alike with the smoky residue of the chestnuts. No one was safe.
Afterwards, all classes participated in a variety of chestnut themed games.
Until next time!