By Pablo Sánchez Toledo, 2º ESO A We all know that the coronavirus is a problem all around the world, and also for the holidays, like Christmas or New Year’s Eve, but one of the most affected was the Holy Week. Because of Covid-19 the government didn’t allow us to have the processions or other… Continue reading HOLY WEEK AND CORONAVIRUS
By Itziar Poveda Ripoll, 2º ESO A On Friday 9th April, Buckingham Palace had the flag at half-mast and reported in a statement that Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, had died at the age of 99, peacefully in Windsor Castle. Prince Philip’s funeral took place in the Chapel of… Continue reading Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh passed away.
By Carmen Martínez López, 2ºA Large companies have been pouring millions of toxic water into forests since 1970, polluting the sea with irreverent damage to the land. Countries with crisis are exploiting not only adults but also children. Companies like Coca-Cola, Philip Morris, Pfizer, Mc Donald’s, De beers do not look for the environment and… Continue reading THE OVEREXPLOITATION AND POLLUTION OF COMPANIES
By Carla Martínez Castelló, 2º ESO A Four performances were held in the ‘Glorieta’, with a maximum capacity of 200 people. The department of culture of the city of Jumilla presented the concert program ‘Sounds of Holy Week’ that took place a few weeks ago in the municipality. Four face-to-face concerts were held in the… Continue reading Jumilla presented the concert program ‘Sounds of Holy Week’
By Natalia González 3ºA We all know that things have changed in our lives last year, and that a lot of things that we did before Covid, we don’t do now, or is not the same. There’re a lot of topics, but today we’re going to focus in sports. How are they changed? What has… Continue reading Before and After Covid-19 in Sports
Congratulations Roque Baños!! Breaking News!! 3BB group at Infanta Elena High School has decided to email Roque Baños congratulating him for his latest nominations to the 2021 Goya Awards: Best song and Best soundtrack for Adú. We are so proud of having such an important composer from Jumilla recognised nationally and internationally that we want… Continue reading Emailing Roque Baños
Covid vaccination campaigns are now under way in the UK and across the world. By Pablo Pérez Lozano These vaccines are being used to reduce people’s chances of getting the virus or dying. The majority of people are still vulnerable to the virus but there are three companies that have some of the vaccines finished… Continue reading Is Coronavirus Leaving?
By Leonor Ruiz Tomás It all started on January 31 when in China there was a very dangerous virus called Covid-19. In Spain we laughed at it and thought that Covid-19 would never come to Spain. Until in March, Spain was experiencing a pandemic by which we were greatly affected. We are currently experiencing a… Continue reading One year into the pandemic
By Eva Pérez Morales 3ºA The school is preparing a virtual open day for the families interested in enrolling their children in the centre for the academic year 2021/22. The next 18th of February will open the deadline for the submission of applications for the admission of children and primary school students, which will be… Continue reading CEIP Príncipe Felipe is making a virtual open day
By Helena Carrión Today, February 14th 2021 is Valentine’s Day and like every year, Infanta Elena students celebrate Valentine’s Day with a love activity. The students of 1st Bachillerato give carnations or sweet skewers to all the students of the high school, but this year we can’t because of Coronavirus pandemic. So, what could we… Continue reading VALENTINE’S DAY 2021