Year 2 after spooky storytelling

and with YEAR 1

Year 4 in a picture to send their Irish penpals 

Honorable Mentions for Jack O´Lanters

2nd Prize, cut with a knife

3rd Prize,  a bit weird, isn´t?

1st Prize, a perfect Minion!!!

Honorable Mentions for spooky cakes

1st Prize, with a haunted house included 

2nd Prize, with eerie pancakes and a perfect poster personalized

Thank you so much for your collaboration!!!!!
Well done!!!
Happy Halloween!!!!

This time we went to Vialia where we could watch five shorts. All of them in English.
"I want to be a pilot" about the poor and hard life many children have in countries like Kenya in Africa. Watching this makes us think about how lucky we all are.
"The Monster of Nix" is an imaginative story about an idyllic fairytale village where there is a monster, Willy, the protagonist has to fight with. It runs wild your imagination.
"Tall Tales" is about why children should be quiet on trains.
"Moulton OG MEJ." a seven year old girl living with three sisters in an alternative family in Norway. The three sisters long for a bicycle and at the end, they get it.
"Fear of  Flying" a bird with a fear of heights tries to avoid heading South for the winter. At the end, we have to be strong to get our aims.

Well done guys!! Perfect behaviour!!!!

Everybody happy after watching very interesting shorts. Titles, such as "Touch in Silence", where sensibility is the protagonist."Another way", where respect should be a key thing. "Con la Boca Cerrada", very close to daily family problems and teenagers. "El Abrazo" with an unexpected ending. "Una cuestión de etiqueta" showing social networks changing our perspectives, even in front of death.
               Topics from a corrupted political system to drugs effects, and also a new type of sham or fraude. All of them made us feel something from disgust to empathy!!!!
Thank you Abycine once again!!!!!!
How to make a Jack o' Lantern

1.     Buy a big, orange pumpkin
2.     Cut off the top of the pumpkin
3.     Now scoop out(empty using a spoon) all the flesh(inside of the pumpkin)
4.     With a pen, draw the eyes, nose and mouth on the pumpkin
5.     With a knife, make the eyes, nose and mouth. Be careful!
6.     Put a candle or a small torch inside the pumpkin

7.     Put the jack o'lantern in front of a window, or on your terrace

Now, let your imagination run wild!!!!! 

Halloween Ghost Pretzels

Makes: 20 pretzels
  • Pretzel sticks — about 20
  • 1/2 bag white chocolate chips
  • 10 semi-sweet chocolate chips
  1. Microwave the white chocolate chips for 1 minute on half power, stir and heat for 10 second intervals until smooth.
  2. Dip the pretzels and lay on parchment paper or stick into a bowl filled with grains or rice to keep upright. Allow to cool and harden.
  3. Heat the semi-sweet chocolate chips for 10 second on half power, stir and heat again for 5 second or until melted and smooth. Using a toothpick, dip into melted chocolate and form eyes and a mouth. Let harden and serve.


·        125g butter, softened
·        125g caster sugar
·        2 medium eggs
·        125g self-raising flour
·        2 tbsp milk(table spoon)
1.     Preheat the oven to 180º C. Beat together the butter and sugar in a bowl until light and fluffy. Add the eggs, flour and milk to the bowl and beat until the mixture is smooth.
2.     Divide the mixture between the paper cases and bake in the centre of the oven until the cakes have risen and are just firm to the touch in the centre. The standard-size cakes will take about 12 to 15 minutes and the mini cakes will take 10 to 12 minutes.
3.     Remove the cakes from the oven and transfer them to a wire rack to cool.
Recipe from Cupcakes by Sue McMahon. New Holland Publishers
Now it´s your turn to add your final touch!!!!
Here you have some examples


The Audience was ready and eager to watch the performance

Edmund and Lady Macbeth in action. Lady Macbeth visited Edmund, Shakespeare´s brother,
to get back the manuscript where William wrote about her family story without her permission.
Edmund planning how to convince Lady Macbeth not to destroy the manuscript of Macbeth. At the end, L.M. will be part of the performance-part of the deal- and the theatres will be reopened by the king, James I, who was disguised as a peasant in the audience and loved the play.

Our three brave volunteers to roleplay as three witches; Claudia, Ariadna and Helena.
 Well done!!!

What a shame we couldn´t hear you!!!
We enjoyed a lot!!! It was a pity the micros didn´t work properly!!

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