Etiqueta: Lenguas Extranjeras

Becas Fundación Amancio Ortega: Enhorabuena Lara

Beca Fundación Amancio Ortega
 
La Fundación Amancio Ortega, con el ánimo de apoyar a los jóvenes interesados en estudiar en Canadá o en Estados Unidos un año escolar equivalente a Primero de Bachillerato del sistema educativo español, ha decidido poner en marcha el Programa de Becas de la Fundación Amancio Ortega. Las becas, un total de 500 (80 para Galicia y 420 para el resto del Estado), están dirigidas a jóvenes estudiantes de 4º de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria para estudiar Primero de Bachillerato en Canadá o Estados Unidos.  La beca cubre el 100% del coste del curso académico en Canadá o Estados Unidos: tasa de escolarización, viaje, alojamiento, manutención, seguro médico y de accidentes y apoyo continuado durante los diez meses de estancia.
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Environmental Week: Going Green

Last week we celebrated an «Environmental Week». The students in the last year of ESO worked hard to turn the school into an environmentally friendly school, and the rest of us cooperated to make it possible.

First they created all sorts of decorations to encourage the rest of the students and staff to «go green». Here are some pictures of their process.

 

Environtmental week

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Guy Fawkes celebration at school

Catholic dissident Guy Fawkes and 12 co-conspirators spent months planning to blow up King James I of England during the opening of Parliament on November 5, 1605. But their assassination attempt was foiled the night before when Fawkes was discovered lurking in a cellar below the House of Lords next to 36 barrels of gunpowder. Londoners immediately began lighting bonfires in celebration that the plot had failed, and a few months later Parliament declared November 5 a public day of thanksgiving. Guy Fawkes Day, also known as Bonfire Night, has been around in one form or another ever since. Though originally anti-Catholic in tone, in recent times it has served mainly as an excuse to watch fireworks, make bonfires and burn Guy Fawkes effigies.

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