Documental sobre la revolución rusa realizado por los alumnos Miguel Rodríguez Luque y Ana Santos Hevia-Aza de 1º de bachillerato del COLEGIO EUROPEO DE MADRID para la asignatura de Historia del Mundo Contemporáneo.
A long, long time ago there was a boy. His name was Max. He had a problem and he was very, very small. Nobody knows why but since he was three he stopped growing.
Los alumnos del coro del COLEGIO EUROPEO DE MADRID amenizan la jornada a los ancianos de la Residencia Reina Sofía
El pasado jueves, los alumnos del coro del COLEGIO EUROPEO DE MADRID, con su directora, Marta Bello, fuimos a la Residencia de Ancianos Reina Sofía para cantar villancicos y acompañar a las personas más entrañables, además de sabias, que puedan existir.
Here we are again, writing about this wonderful trip that is about to finish, and from which we are learning so much and especially improving our English level. Finally, last Thursday we didn’t go to the White House, as we had planned, but we went to visit the Capitol instead. We followed a guided tour that showed us everything, including the underground galleries that connect the main building with the surrounding offices. Over the weekend we were also very busy with multiple celebrations in some of our family’s houses, visiting some museum (where we learned about the history behind the United States flag), visiting some of the famous “memorials”, and of course, shopping!
We continue to enjoy a lot, and we don’t stop doing things! Last week, some of us had exams on some subjects. We are all getting great marks, even though English is not our mother tongue.
We arrived in Washington DC a week ago. Then we were taken to school where they had prepared a great reception. Our families were there waiting for us. They gave us our timetable, which are different from each other, and went home with our families.
Last night the Spanish exchange students experienced the great American pastime! They enjoyed an exciting one-sided game which saw the Nats hit 6 homeruns.
They thought the fans were quiet compared to a European futbol (soccer) game but they did enthusiastically sing along to “Take me out to the ball game”!
Please excuse them if they are a little tired as we had a late night combined with their jetlag!
Del 21 de mayo al 2 de junio, el Colegio Europeo de Madrid ha acogido a unas estudiantes estadounidenses, alumnas del prestigioso McLean School of Maryland, en Washington, marcando el comienzo de una relación de intercambio internacional de más de 5.000 Km de distancia. Ver artículo