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Advanced students update!

15 April 2015

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Y2 Advanced students enjoyed some poems by the popular Spanish writer Gloria Fuertes, they had so much fun reading and writing two of her poems! They even made some drawings to illustrate their displays!

Y3 Advanced students invented their own short story following the logical sequence in narratives they learnt in Spanish class. Look at the beautiful design they created based on the book ‘El fantasma Cataplasma’!

Y5 Advanced students worked on their own advertising campaign in order to practise the language used in advertising in Spanish. They decided to promote their own NGO project called ‘Sonrisas’ (the Spanish word for ‘Smiles’) in order to improve the life quality and basic needs of poor kids in the world. How impressive!

Y7 Advanced students are very aware of the importance of keeping yourself informed by reading newspapers and they worked on a project related to Spanish newspapers both on paper and online. For that, they read the newspapers during a week and designed the front page of their own newspaper!