Incy Wincy Spider

Let's sing a song with our very famous spider

say what you see

A funny way to learn english


BB, the infamous Pirate captain, has been shipwrecked on a desert island for 20 years. Then one day two strangers appear and her peace is destroyed. They speak differently, eat differently and very soon they are all having a real problem getting on. But when their island is threatened, will they be able to overcome their differences and work together?With comedy, music and dance, we encourage students to think about cultural diversity and get involved in the action. The script is carefully written to suit the student’s level and interests, and incorporates the following vocabulary; different types of food, music and ways of dressing, and different ways of greeting.


Why do we have eggs at Easter?

Eggs are a forbidden food during Lent, making them a welcome return to the menu on Easter Day.

Why do we give eggs at Easter?
Easter is a Christian festival. For Christians the custom of giving eggs at Easter celebrates new life. Christians remember that Jesus, after dying on the cross, rose from the dead. They believe that, through his resurrection, Jesus defeated death and sin and offers people the promise of eternal life if they follow his teachings.
What were the first Easter eggs like?
The first eggs given at Easter were birds eggs. These eggs were painted in bright colours to give them further meaning as a gift. We still paint bird eggs today but usually only chicken eggs.
An Anglo-Saxon legend - the Easter bunny and eggs
An Anglo-Saxon legend tells how the Saxon goddess Eostre found a wounded bird and transformed it into a hare, so that it could survive the Winter. The hare found it could lay eggs, so it decorated these each Spring and left them as offering to the goddess.
Easter Egg Customs
In the UK, we have many Easter Customs involving eggs:
Pace Egging
Egg rolling
Egg Jarping
Egg giving (see Easter Day)
Easter egg hunts (see Easter Day)
Pace Egging
What are Pace Eggs?
Pace Eggs are hard boiled eggs with patterned shells, they are traditional in northern parts of England at Easter, with local variants in the name, such as Paste Eggs.
Where does the name Pace Egg come from?
The name is derived from Pesach (Passover).


Hi students!! For Christmas we have coloured Christmas postcards and we have sung Christmas carols. Look at our display! Those are our wishes for all of you. We hope you have enjoyed your Christmas holidays as much as we've done.


It' s HALLOWEEN time!!! Let's have fun with our desguises! Have a look to our display just to have an idea of what we have done all together!

SaNT JoRDi PeRFoRMaNCe (4th form)

Hi! Our students from fourth form have prepared some rhymes to show at Sant Jordi's festival.
Enjoy them!

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