EXÁMENES DELF SCOLAIRE FRANÇAIS CONVOCATORIA ABRIL 2021

Se recuerda a los alumnos que van a realizar estas pruebas las fechas de los exámenes:

DELF Scolaire B1: PRUEBA ESCRITA: LUNES 26 DE ABRIL (17.00 a 18.55)

DELF Scolaire B2: PRUEBA ESCRITA: MARTES 27 DE ABRIL (17.00 a 19.30)

Los alumnos deberán estar media hora antes de empezar las pruebas en el hall del centro.

DELF Scolaire B1: PRUEBA ORAL: LUNES 10 DE MAYO.

DELF Scolaire B2: PRUEBA ORAL: MARTES 11 DE MAYO

Los alumnos serán convocados individualmente durante la mañana de esos días. 

Los horarios personalizados estarán expuestos en el corcho del Departamento de Francés a partir del lunes 19 de abril.

¡¡SUERTE A TODOS!!

SECOND-TERM ART CHALLENGE: “Visiting Museums”

During the second term, Art teacher Verónica Gayán encouraged her students to discover not only art through museums, but also their own city and all its cultural offerings. The voluntary challenge was called “Visiting Museums” and they could choose any art exhibition. After the visit, the curious and brave students wrote down a newspaper article with their own opinion and the analysis of one of the art pieces, applying what they had learnt at school. If you want to read these wonderful articles, please CLICK here below:

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POISSON D’AVRIL!

Les élèves du programme bilingue de 3º ESO A,B  ont travaillé à propos de la fête de POISSON D’AVRIL: origines, le 1er avril dans les autres pays, quelques idées de blagues… et finalement, on a décoré le hall du lycée.

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ENGLISH BRIT: “END OF SECOND TERM 2021”

This exhausting second term has finished with the awards ceremony of the chatterbox diplomas of oral skills, the Spelling Bee contest and Art teacher Verónica Gayán’s Covid-19 Pixel Art Project. The students have been working really hard and we all deserve a nice break now! Click on the image below to see the video about the end of this term. HAPPY EASTER to everyone!

VIDEO: “END OF SECOND TERM”

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY 2021

                           

   

On 17th March ESO students have been learning about Irish culture through the celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day. They have done some research on typical Irish terms like Shamrock, Eire or Gaelic. They have also been working on the tradition of Saint Patrick’s Day and finally they have taken part in an Irish dancing workshop in which they have experienced what an Irish jig is. If you want to feel the “Irish experience” at Élaios, click on the image below to see the video:

Video about Saint Patrick’s Day at Élaios

CHEMICAL ELEMENTS: THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE UNIVERSE

The chemical elements are the building blocks which the Universe is made of. Everything around us, even ourselves, is built up with them, atom by atom. Opposite the library you can see the Periodic Table that Physics and Chemistry teacher Fabiola Lacueva’s 2nd ESO students have built “cube by cube” and “cell by cell”.

 

Each side of the cubes shows the information about each chemical element. Some of the cubes are in Spanish and some others in English (the latter made by 2nd ESO BRIT students). The different colours of cardboard help to distinguish between metals (purple), semimetals (light green), nonmetals (dark green) and noble gases (orange). As for the ink colour of the written text, it represents the different usual physical states, that is to say, black for solids, red for liquids and green for gases.