It´s Halloween!
These are the decorations that children and teachers have made to celebrate Halloween this year.

INFANT (3,4& 5 YEARS OLD) 2009/2010

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The haunted house and Hallowe'en elements made by the children and....... Frankestein is scared!
FIRST CYCLE: 2009/ 2010
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Monster made by our Special Educational Needs(Equipo de Apoyo)

SECOND CYCLE: 2009/2010
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3rd grade made pumkins and played "bobbing apples" and "the witch hat game". Halloween castle made by all the second cycle.
Song : Role-play:


The 3rd Cycle of Primary celebrated Halloween cooking horrorful recipes. You can see the process in this album. They really enjoyed and tasted it!

5º "B" Primaria 2009/2010

They made pumpkins and bats.
Children draw themselves wearing Halloween costumes and stick their pictures on the haunted house.

CHRISTMAS 2010-2011
Christmas carol 6ºB:
"Have a Holly Jolly Christmas"

Have a holly, jolly Christmas;
It's the best time of the year
I don't know if there'll be snow,
but have a cup of cheer.
Have a holly, jolly Christmas;
And when you walk down the street
Say Hello to friends you know
and everyone you meet
Oh, ho, the mistletoe
hung where you can see;
Somebody waits for you;
Kiss her once for me.
Have a holly jolly Christmas,
and in case you didn't hear,
Oh by golly, have a holly,
jolly Christmas this year.
Christmas carol 6ºA:
"Mary´s Boy Child"

Mary's boy child
Jesus Christ was born on Christmas Day
and man will live for evermore because of Christmas Day
long time ago in Bethlehem so the Holy Bible said
Mary's Boy Child
Jesus Christ was born on Christmas Day.
Hark now hear the angels sing
a King was born today
and man will live for evermore because of Christmas Day
Mary's Boy Child
Jesus Christ was born on Christmas Day.
While shepherds watched their flocks
by night they see a bright new shining star
they hear a choir sing a song

the music seemed to come from afar.

Hark now hear the angels sing
a King was born today
and man will live for evermore because of Christmas Day
hm hm

They are decorating our entrance.

Easter is the most important festival in the church year: more important than Christmas. It begins with Good Friday which is the day the Romans killed Jesus Christ, in Jerusalem, about two thousand years ago.
Two days later, on Easter Sunday, Christians believe that Jesus returned to life.
Easter is now a Christian festival but the word "Easter" comes from "Eostre", the pagan goddes of spring. Easter Day is the Sunday after the first full moon after the first day of spring (21 March). It is different every year, but always between 22 March and 25 April.
Many animals and birds are born in the spring. So when people started to send Easter cards in the nineteenth century, the cards often had baby sheep, rabbits or birds on them.
Eggs are an important part of Easter because they mean spring and new life. One Easter tradition is "egg-rolling". People decorate eggs with different colours, then take the eggs to the top of a hill and the eggs roll down. The first egg to get to the foot of the hill is the winner.
On Easter Sunday. people give chocolate Easter eggs as presents. These eggs started in Europe in the early nineteenth century and came to Britain in the 1870s. Today some of the eggs are empty, others have small chocolates inside; some are very small, some very big.
Some mothers and fathers tell their children that the Easter Rabbit brings the eggs and hides them in the garden. The children must go outside and look for them.
Many people also eat hot cross buns at Easter. These are small loaves of bread, made with fruit and spices, and they have a crooss on top. They are best hot, and there is an old song about them:

Hot cross buns, hot cross buns,
One a penny, two a penny,
Hot cross buns.
If you have no daughters,
Give them to your sons.
One a penny, two a penny,
Hot cross buns.
Some women and girls decorate hats, called Easter bonnets. They put lots of spring flowers on them, and wear them in Easter bonnet parades.
Many people go to church on Easter Day. There are lots of flowers in the churches and people sing special Easter songs.
Easter Monday is a holiday for everyone, so a lot of people watch some sport, or go out for the day. Children usually have a week or two holiday from school around Easter.