The first ever World Book Day was celebrated on April 23, 1995. The date as decided by UNESCO as it was also the death and birth anniversary of William Shakespeare, a world famous author. The date also coincided with the death anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes, who was the noted Spanish author of Don Quixote.… Continue reading 23rd April International Book Day
Some scenes from the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare were perfomed by 4th year ESO bilingual students at IES Infanta Elena. They have been rehearsing along this school year to finally act the play on the 21st April to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Other groups from the same level had the opportunity… Continue reading HAMLET by W. Shakespeare
St. Patrick’s Day 2016. 17th March is a special day for Ireland and Irish people all around the world. Thousands of people all around the world gather to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Parades and festivals take place in different cities around the world from Dublin, London, Chicago, New Orleans, New York, Madrid…. Let’s join the… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day 2016
23 April 2016 commemorates the death anniversary of two great writers in the English and the Spanish language. It is a good opportunity for you to learn lots of things about Shakespeare and Cervantes. Pay attention to all the activities that the English teachers have prepared for you. You’ll enjoy them.
After evaluating all the presented designs, a jury composed by the Bilingual Program teachers decided to select as the Bilingual Program official logo… ….created by Carmen Olivares (3º ESO C) using the free software GIMP. Her logo represents our IES logo colored with the US and Spain flags in a very cool way. Carmen was… Continue reading And the winner of the logo contest is…
The idea of having a blog started last September as a way of showing everybody the great things that students at Infanta Elena High School do. The first step was to create a logo for the Bilingual Program, that’s why we decided that the students would design the logo for the program as it is… Continue reading Logo Contest
Did you know a lot of languages are spoken at your school?
Every year we celebrate the European Day of Languages. This year students from different levels and groups sent a nice message to the Sirian Refugees using different languages.
“We see you, we hear you, we want to help you. Welcome to Spain”
Thank you students for your participation.