As part of the School’s Bilingual Project, last Tuesday students from 1st Primary to 2nd ESO enjoyed the theatre plays performed by the actors from Showtime.
As part of the School’s plurilingual Project, last Wednesday we celebrated Halloween at School.
Within our Plurilingual project, thirteen students from 4th Eso and 1st Bachillerato went to Helsinki from 12th – 16th March on the annual exchange. Students stayed with Finnish families and they went to school with their Finnish exchange partners.
Legamar school celebrated the VI Languages Fair on 2nd February, within the Plurilingual Project and organized by the English Department. The aim of this fair was to answer questions and doubts from our students: Courses and Summer Camps, Exchange Programmes, Immersion Programmes abroad which last different amounts of time etc they are adapted according to the interests of each student, depending on what school stage and year they are in.
Just like every year, Halloween arrived at our school.
Last week we received the visit of fifteen Finnish students to our School within our Multilingual Project. For the third year in a row, the families of several students from 1º Bachillerato and 4º ESO hosted them for several days to participate in a linguistic and cultural exchange.
As part of our Multilingual School Project, on Tuesday 24th October we presented the Cambridge Certificates for our students. The aim of this event is to show them the importance of obtaining these qualifications: Movers, KET for Schools, PET for Schools, FCE and Advanced in English. We also wanted to congratulate them for their effort and hard work in preparing the exam.
For the second year in a row, Legamar School has been awarded with the title of Ambassador School of the European Union. Only 61 schools hold that title in Spain. This title has been obtained thanks to the active participation of all our school, from Infantil to Bachillerato, and it has been shown by means of a country mosaic placed at the hall of our school.
Congratulations to all the students who took the exam Certificate in Advanced English (C1) for passing this challenging and very demanding test with such great marks.
As part of the School's Bilingual Project, on Tuesday 18th April fifteen students from Bachillerato and two teachers flew to Helsinki.