Monday, 13 November 2017


Time flies and we've already started the SCIENCE WEEK. Our students are going to do a number of activities and some of them will be in English. We are going to talk about healthy living, medical matters, the climate change, App design and science in the classroom. 

We hope to enjoy the sessions and learn a lot from each other.

Wednesday, 8 November 2017


We're glad to introduce you to our new wikis where you can find everything we cover in class from vocabulary and grammar exercises to very useful links.

Make sure you visit the right one:







Useful tip: Make sure you use Google Chrome as a browser!

Tuesday, 31 October 2017


The school year has already started  and we've been so busy that we've left our blog aside. From now on don't forget to have a look at our blog as we have lots of novelties coming up soon.

To warm you up you can watch this video:

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

end-of-year FILMS

Here are the films we are watching this year:

1st ESO

A full parody of numerous fairy tales with a clever script plus a great soundtrack.

2nd ESO

An enjoyable British comedy-drama film about 

Jess who is desperate to be a footballer, but her parents have other ideas. 

3rd ESO

This historical drama based on John Boyne's novel explores the horror of a World War II Nazi extermination camp through the eyes of two 8-year-old boys; Bruno, the son of the camp's Nazi commandant, and Shmuel, a Jewish inmate.

4th ESO

Based on a novel by Kathryn Stockett. The story is about African Americans working in white households in Jackson, Mississippi, during the early 1960s.


A group of 4th of ESO students took the First Certificate (B2) oral examination on the 2nd June. They have been practicing hard and they are ready for success. Then, on the 10th June they are going to do the Use of English, Reading and Listening papers. Good luck!

Monday, 8 May 2017


1st and 2nd ESO are about to finish their Instagram stories. If you want to have a look at them, go to and

We hope you like them!

Thursday, 27 April 2017

An advertisement

4th ESO

4th ESO students have participated in an advertising contest. We were looking for the best advertisement for Els Arcs and we didn't award one but two great ideas. Congratulations!

DIY video contest

3rd ESO

Here is the winner of this year's DIY video contest. Hope you enjoy watching it.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

stories: under construction

1st and 2nd ESO are getting their Instagram stories ready. They are having great fun plus showing us how creative they can be. We'll show you the stories as soon as they are all posted.

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

MACBETH: the play


1st and 2nd ESO finally saw Macbeth by Ipa productions. 

After working on it for several weeks we finally enjoyed Joe's story on stage. As a whole, it was a mixture of comedy with a classical Shakepearean plot together with some music.

Throughout the play we get to know Joe Macbeth as well as his ambitious wife, Lilly, a fortune teller, Clare Voyant, and Joe's boss and co-workers. It first seems that they all lead a simple way of life until the mysterios fortune teller foresees changes in Joe's life.

It was an entertaining and funny show; a must-see for secondary school students.

Saturday, 4 February 2017


Today we've spent a wonderful morning with our students and their families. We've played Quizlet and Kahoot, just as we do in our English lessons. Hope you've had a great time!

Here are 10 tips for getting the most from an open day. We hope they're useful to you.

  1. Take your child with you – you need a child’s eye view as well as your own, and they’ll notice things you miss.
  2. Think about whether you find the open day chaotic, friendly, efficient or improvised? The organisation of the day’s events can give many clues to the general running of a school.
  3. Pay attention to the pupils themselves - do they seem happy and motivated? Do they speak positively about their teachers and school-life?– Pupils are the best ambassadors for any school.
  4. Don’t make decisions based on individual teachers – they may have left by the time your child starts school.
  5. Don’t get too bogged down in the details - try to get a ‘feel’ for the school atmosphere. Write down your first impressions.
  6. Feel free to ask questions if you want to, particularly of pupils – what do they think of the teaching – do they enjoy life at the school?
  7. Look at the work on display. Does it represent a broad range of ability? A school should value every child.
  8. Does the school offer extra-curricular activities - such as sports and clubs – so your child can develop their interests? This also shows that the teachers are motivated and enthusiastic.
  9. Find out about the lunch arrangements - are there healthy school meals available and what do they cost?
  10. Remember - listen to your instincts.


Thursday, 2 February 2017


Serri Green, a student from the MIT (Massachussets Institute of Technology), has come to give us a talk about the American education system. She is currently completing her 3rd year of mechanical engineering and she is an expert on STEAM.

Our 4th ESO students have enjoyed Sherri's talk and have asked her lots of questions.

Thanks a million Sherri!

Here are some videos showing a bit of Sherri's talk:

Thursday, 26 January 2017


Mariona and Eulàlia have given a presentation about Stop, which is a fun and clever turn based game you play with friends.

You just have to randomly select a letter to start and type a word for each of the 5 different categories that starts with that letter. The player that gets most correct words in the least amount of time wins!


Here are some dishes cooked by our 1st ESO students. Delicious!


This week our students are giving oral presentations about different topics such as videogames, unusual jobs, interesting websites, endangered animals and also recipes. We have even tasted pancakes, a Spanish omelette, crepes, a very special chocolate cake and a Serbian dish called zuzu. We would like to congratulate them all for their quality, creativity and hard work.