At School, our students were also able to take part in this beautiful tradition and came to class wearing yellow. Using a variety of games and workshops, they were able to learn more.
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The parents were able to attend the open Show & Tell, in which their little children got together at at assembly and explain some of the things they had been learning in class.
The youngsters from Early Years were, for the first time, able to get close to the art world with an exciting visit to the Reina Sofia Museum
Throughout the week, the youngest children in School also brought in photos with their elders and during assemblies, told their classmates why they were such special people for them.
When your child starts school, as parents you are filled with pride and enthusiasm, your baby is now a child starting out on their educational adventure.
Even if it wasn't Old Macdonald's farm, our Early Years' students were able to enjoy visits to both a real working farm and the GREFA Nature Studies Centre in Majadahonda.
Once upon a time... Our Primary teacher, Ms. Deana Fieldhouse, is an expert in helping our Early Years children learn how to tell a story and then be able to write this!
The Gruffalo has terrible tusks, a poisonous wart, a black tongue and purple prickles, a real monster which our youngest students are not afraid of, at all.
The British Council School has been developing a number of initiatives in response to the interest and requests of our parents for support in creating a bilingual environment