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Christina of Norway. History.

Hello everyone,
Do you know the story of Christina of Norway?
She was the daughter of Hakon IV and his wife Margrete Skuledotter.  She was born in Bergen in 1234 and she married Philip, brother of Alfonso X of Castile, called "El sabio". She lived in Castile until her death four years later.
Christina and more than 100 people left Norway in the summer of 1257, after crossing the North Sea, she crossed the English Channel to Normandy. Then she continued her journey across France on horseback to Catalonia. There she met King Jame I, whose daughter was married Alfonso X of Castile.

Look at this map and think about the route she took.





























Listen to this song called "El lamento de kristina".



Do you know why she was sad and died after four years? Who did she marry? Why?

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Where did Celts live?

Hello everybody,
We are studying different type of houses. Some of them are made of wood, stone, mud, ice, paper, iron... Houses can also be many different shapes and sizes.
Look at this house. Is it different from your house?
Do you know who lived there?
















The walls of the houses are made of mud and other materials and
the roof are made of straw or heather.
Why do you think they used straw? The roof has got a hole in the middle. Why do you think?

If you want to investigate more visit projectbritain

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Anti-Bullying video

Hello everyone:
Do you know the difference between banter and bullying?
Look at this picture.














National's Children Bureua

This is an Anti_Bullying film created by Bedford High School for Anti_Bullying Week 2015.

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Anti-Bullying week 2017

Hello everyone,
Anti-bullying week 2017 happened in England from Monday 13th - Friday 17 November and had the theme "All different, all equal". Click here to get the poster.
It's important to empower people to celebrate what makes them, and others, unique.
Do you know Andy Day? He is one of the most popular children's TV presenters. He formed a band called Andy and the Odd Socks. Watch and sing sing his song "Unique" which promotes a message that is good to be different and everybody is unique.




Click here to find the lyrics and more information about Odd Socks Day


This video was produced for Anti-Bullying Week.

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Feed the monkey

Hello everyone,
Alejandro drew this fantastic picture. He invented a bedroom and added thing we have learnt this lesson.

















Year 6 A students, Gabriel, Noa and Andrés A. decided to create a game for Year 3 students to revise the vocabulary at the same time they have some fun.

















And finally Andrés M., Year 6 B student, have added more things to the game called "Feed the monkey".
It will help Year 3 students revise the vocabulary of the bedroom and follow instructions.

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The hokey-pokey. Songs. TPR.

Hello everyone,
English songs are a fantastic method to create a fun atmosphere in the English classroom.
One my favourite songs is The hokey-pokey. Can you sing and dance it?

The hokey-pokey

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Identity theft. Internet safety.

Hello everyone,
Today, Andrés Pedreño, has published this on his facebook wall.
He has suffered identity theft; other person has used his identity.





















Screen shot: Andrés Pedreño facebook wall.

Let's watch this video.


Let's watch this video by Chema Alonso.

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How to create strong passwords. Internet.

Hello everyone,
Year 5 students are digital citizens because they have got their own email account so they must learn a lot things to be safe online. One of them is related to passwords.
We are teaching them how to create their own passwords for them to be aware of passwords are an essential part of life online.

















It's important to use long passwords and add some capital letters, special characters or numbers.



Do you want to know how secure your password is?
Check your password.

Don't include personal information -like your birthday, address, mobile number, surname,...
Spanish video.

This rap can help you.


Spanish version.

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Premier League: Which clubs are more popular over the world?

Hello everyone,
Do you like football? This Twitter's interactive map shows us that information. It identifies each country's favourite Premier league club.
You must hover your mouse over a country and find all the details.

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Halloween 2017 Google Doodle.

Hello everyone,
Check this map to locate and identify regions where Celt culture is still rooted in its traditions.
Naciones Celtas.
What about languages? We celebrated European Day of Languages last month (26th Sept.) and we learn about languages spoken in United Kingdom apart of English.

Do you know any Celt languages? Where are they spoken?
Investigate it, please.

Do you like Halloween 2017 Google Doodle?


Or you prefer 2016.

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