Visita al Botánico. 3ºC ESO

El martes, 5 de noviembre el grupo de 3ºC de ESO visitó el Botánico y vieron la exposición de calabazas que se había montado con motivo de Halloween, la variedad de árboles que allí se encuentran y las diferentes partes de que consta el Jardín. ¿No os apeteceria visitarlo también a vosotros?

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Visita al Acuario. 26 de noviembre

El martes, 26 de noviembre los alumnos y alumnas de 1º de ESO tuvieron la oportunidad de visitar el Acuario de Gijón, y pudieron ver las estrellas de mar, las medusas y diferentes tipos de peces que allí se encuentran. Además, el alumnado del Proyecto Bilingüe realizaron la visita en inglés.
Aquí tenéis algunas fotos en las que podéis apreciar la belleza de las medusas.

Walking tour to the modernist Gijón

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe started the trip at “La Escalerona”, thinking that it will be a boring walk downtown, but it wasn’t. How could I imagine that, after living here for eleven years, I had missed a lot of things about the history of this city and its famous places? San Agustin, Corrida Street, Begoña and Carmen Square… beautiful places in which I had been, without knowing their past.

San Agustin, a shopping centre near San Lorenzo, but why is it called like that? ”A nunnery? What a crazy thing!” I said. It is true; a place where the nuns lived is now an enormous building for shopping and enjoyment. Sigue leyendo

Gijón, a city to remember

Alicia Sánchez, alumna de 2º ESO A, nos comenta sus impresiones tras participar en la Visita al Gijón modernista:

A city to remember

Gijón is of the prettiest seaside cities you can find in Asturias. As it is very big, you will need a person to guide you along the passageways and the streets, across the squares and by the sea, pointing out some of the prettiest buildings that tell stories, about how the industrial revolution affected cities and changed the social classes system.

escaleronaThe tour starts in “La Escalerona”, one of the stairways that lead to San Lorenzo beach. This stairway is called like this because it is the biggest of all. It is specifically placed there because it was the nearest place to the train station, so that tourists could get to the beach and enjoy the fresh air from the sea.

Then you have to walk a little bit along Capua Street, until you get to San Agustín’s square. There you can see a, big and red building that looks a little bit ancient, yet majestic. This is one of the clearest examples of how buildings were built and how the different classes lived in them. Sigue leyendo