3º ciclo, Ordinal numbers

Writing dates in English

We write the date in English in different ways. The most common way in British English is to write the day of the month first (ordinal numbers), then the month (starting with a capital letter) and then the year:

 7th September, 2021

*You can write first the day of the week.

Monday, 1st December, 1997

When we say dates in English , we say ‘the’ before the number followed by ‘of’. For example,

It’s the first of January.


In English, DAYS AND MONTHS always with an initial capital: January, February, Tuesday, Sunday,…

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Kindergarten 20-21

In spite of all the steps we had to take last year to protect ourselves and reduce the risk of catching or passing COVID-19, we managed to enjoy in our English class developing a great amount of activities.

Here you have a summary of lot of them. It was something we had pending

A pesares de todo o que tivemos que facer para protexernos e reducir o risco de coller ou propagar o Covid-19 durante o curso pasado, arranámonos para poder disfrutar das clases de inglés.

Aqui vos deixamos un resumo de parte delas. Era algo que tiñamos pendente.

3º ciclo, free time activities, Quizlets


Hi, everyone!

Let’s start a new unit in Level 5. In this unit we will learn about free time activities at the weekend. We will use adverbs of frequency and talk about how often we do things. Why don’t we start learning the new vocabulary? Take a look at this video and then, have a fun time practising the new words with a quizlet.

FREE TIME ACTIVITIES from María Abilleira Pomar on Vimeo.

Art Crafts, Halloween.

Halloween 2020

This year Halloween was celebrated following some measures taken to make our school a Covid-free space because Covid-19 can’t stop us from learning, having fun and sharing meaningful moments!!!

We organized our typical Pumpkin contest in a different way but, I have to say that it was incredibly spooky and creative.

Halloween 20 from María Abilleira Pomar on Vimeo.

Students in kindergarten and Primary made different art crafts related to the activities developed during this week in their classrooms.

Emotional Pumpkins in Level 1

Monster masks in Kindergarten


The origins of Halloween

Halloween was originally a Celtic festival, celebrated in the British Isles, called Samhain. The Celts believed that on the last night of October the souls of the dead visited the earth.

The Romans adopted the festival too and it spread.

When the Catholic church began celebrating All Soul’s Day on the first of November, the mass was called the mass of All Hallows, so the evening before was called Hallowe’en, the evening before All Hallows.

Nowadays, Halloween is celebrated in many countries all over the world.

Bunting Vector Vintage - St Patricks Day Bunting , Transparent Cartoon -  Jing.fm

Let’s see how people celebrate this festivity in the UK.

Jack and his family are preparing for the Halloween party tonight. They make some scary food, carve a pumpkin, dress into costumes and have fun!

Watch the clip about a British family celebrating Halloween. Meanwhile, choose the correct answer.



How are you feeling today? Are you happy or sad? When I’m Happy, I laugh… What about you?

Learn about feelings and emotions with Fun Kids Monsters as you sing about feeling happy, sad, angry, hungry and sleepy. Are you ready?

Our friends, Elmo and Kermit are going to talk about emotions. They are so crazy!!!!

Finally, the Puffballs from Sesame Street show us what make them happy or sad.