As part of our Health Project all the students from the School took part in a Yoga session. Maddie was our teacher for two days in school.
Here you have some photos of our children doing this wonderful activity. They have loved it!
The 27th. and 28th. of September Run, jump, learn! had a Transnational Project Meeting in Gijón, Spain. During the meeting, we did the „Atalia School Tour“, we were received by the local authorities in the Town Hall and we did a Spanish inmersion activity.
Our project was in the printed version of our local newspaper, El Comercio.
Here you have our older students skipping in the gym. They have done a great job planning their choreographies.
We are sure you are going to like them!
Here you have our smaller students taking part in some of the activities we have prepared for the project.
They are doing well!
In our school we try to celebrate cultural events where perhaps Spain and the UK overlap. Pancake Day or „Martes de Carnaval“ is a good example. Pacakes or „Frixuelos“ (as they are called in Asturias) make that link. Pancake races are something we have been doing for at least the past 15 years in the school and is popular in the UK.
Last Friday we ran the much loved Pancake Races. Fun was had by all and the pancakes were very yummy yummy yummy!
Do you eat something special for Carnival?
Here you can watch our „Atalía News Pancake Races Edition“
The 30th of January was Spain’s schools peace and non-violence day.
In our school we raised money for Save the Children, a NGO that is tackling child poverty in Europe and Africa.
All the teachers and students in the school got involved. First, we drew a big „heart of peace“ on the floor. You can see the process and the final result in this video.
Finally, our students „ran and jumped“ to help children in need in the races that were prepared for the different student’s age groups. We „learnt“ that the final result of a collaborative project can be great. Both, the 2700 euros we raised for Save the Children and the „Heart of Peace“ were better than we expected.
Here you can see some photos of our students „in action“.