Trip to Bournemouth

We were in Bournemouth (South of England) for a week. These are some of the most important anecdotes from our trip.

First of all, when we arrived at Madrid Airport, we were waiting for three hours there because the plane was late due to the snow. We spent our time going to the Burger King and watching how Nerea put her make-up on. Also we played with Alvaro’s suitcase.

Finally, England!!! We had English classes in the morning with a very old woman, we had some very original classes in which we didn’t learn much English, but we did some sport, we watched the news, we reviewed some grammar, we wrote some information about Bournemouth and London from Wikipedia and we had to be creative with our works, painting them in colours.


At lunch time, we spent our time with some Italian students who were there studying in the same school.  Some of them were nasty, rude and ideologically extremist with some people, but we met some nice and handsome people too. In the trips they were smoking even though it was illegal, but their teachers didn’t care.

We did some activities in the afternoon. On Monday, we went for a walk around the city. We saw the city centre, the pier, and the beach, and we did some shopping. On Tuesday, we watched a boring old film called Matilda. On Wednesday, we travelled to Swanage, a coastal village, we saw the city and the beach, and some of us tried homemade fishcake.

On Thursday, we had some free time that we had to spend with the teachers and our mates. We took a look at a Victorian museum, we saw a typical Victorian house decorated with Victorian art, and we did a quest about things from the nineteenth century, searching through the whole palace. Then, we visited the Oceanarium. We saw all types of fish, sea animals, and penguins…


After that, we walked along the beach and we arrived at the pier of Bournemouth, where there are arcades. There, Martín got kicked out because he hit some machines. While Martín was out, we were playing in the arcade and some people were taking photos for Instagram in the pier. Later we were hungry, so we decided to try fish and chips, but they told us to walk while we were eating, so we got indigestion and some people got sick.

On Friday we graduated and they gave us a diploma to show our level of English. Unfortunately, the teacher placed us all in the same level, and we didn’t have the same level so it was a rip-off; to be honest, the classes were a rip-off. Then we had a Tea Party, we ate the typical cake with the jam and sweet butter, and we drank tea. That afternoon we had some free time in the city, and we did some shopping.

On Sunday we went to London!  We spent two and a half hours on the bus. We arrived in London and the first thing we did was pee in a public museum which we didn’t visit. A tourist guide showed us the city very quickly without explaining anything. We couldn’t see some of the most important landmarks of the city because we had little time to visit the city. We ate a sandwich from a take-away restaurant.DY7A8AGX4AAUepH

We had some free time that we spent with some Italians, seeing the main streets and the Chinese neighbourhood where we bought some drinks and sweets. We visited the M&M shop, one of the biggest in the world; it smelt very strongly of chocolate. Also, we were in a shop where they tried to sell us marihuana cakes and chocolate and some vapers. We bought some souvenirs and some of us bought a condom with the Big Ben on it. We shot a video of a person dressed up with all the British stereotypes to promote his store, and of us dancing with him.

Then, in the bus back to Bournemouth, we had a little fight with the Italians because everyone wanted the back seats in the bus, but then the fight became more and more disgusting (saying bad words and playing the Spanish and Italian national anthems to prove which is the best country).

In the end we had a very good time, we were happy with our British families, we made some Italian friends, there were some love stories, and we enjoyed the experience. We arrived home safe and sound.

DYrr0EtWsAcS9NZBy María from fourth-year ESO


Rebel Wilson: Australian actress

From Aitana in 3º ESO comes this great report on Rebel Wilson.


Rebel Wilson was born on 2 March 1980 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Her current city of residence is West Hollywood, California, U.S.

She is an Australian actress, writer, and producer

Wilson studied at the Australian Theatre for Young People. In 2003 she moved to New York after winning the ATYP International scholarship, which was founded by Nicole Kidman. While she was in New York, Wilson trained with The Second City.

She first came to the public’s attention in 2002 with her stage musical The Westie Monologues, which she wrote, starred in and produced in Sydney.

She also appeared as Becky in Bachelorette and starred in the musical comedy Pitch Perfect film series as Fat Amy, a role that earned her several award nominations and wins, including the MTV Best Breakthrough Performance Award and a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress.

Her latest work is the film Pitch Perfect 3.

Naomi Watts, Australian actress

naomi watts.jpg

A report on the Australian actress, by Sandra from 3rd ESO.

Naomi Ellen Watts, born the 28th of September, 1968, is an English actress and film producer who also has Australian citizenship. She made her screen debut in the Australian drama film For Love Alone (1986) and then appeared in several Australian television series. After moving to America, Watts appeared in films such as Tank Girl (1995), among others. She had a role in the television series Sleepwalkers (1997–1998).

She received nominations at the Academy Awards and the Screen Actors’ Guild Awards in the Best Actress categories for her portrayal of Cristina Peck in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s neo-noir 21 Grams (2003). For her leading role as Maria Bennett in the disaster film The Impossible (2012), she received second nominations for the Academy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress and a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.

In 2006, she became a goodwill ambassador for Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, which helps to raise awareness of AIDS-related issues. She has participated in several fundraisers for the cause, and she is presented as an inaugural member of AIDS Red Ribbon Awards.

She went out with Liev Schreiber from 2005 to 2016. He is the father of her first son, Alexander Pete, who was born in July 2007 in Los Angeles, and of the second one too, Samuel Kai, born in December 2008 in New York City. Watts and Schreiber have announced their separation after 11 years together.

Naomi Watts’ father is Peter Watts, and her brother is Ben Watts.

Olivia Newtown-John


A report on this Australian actress, by Lucia from 3rd ESO.

Olivia Newton-John is an Australian actress and singer who was born in Cambridge, United Kingdom, but she has Australian nationality.

She started her career as an actress in 1978, with the well-known movie Grease, and during her active life has participated in about 15 more projects, without much success. She has a daughter and has been in a relationship with John Easterling since 2008.

She does not have any current professional projects , but she is involved in Australia in organisations, especially against cancer, a disease that she has suffered. Her last project was in 2012, in the movie A Few Best Men.

She has received awards for her music career, and she was also awarded the “People´s Choice Award for Favourite Actress” in 1979 for playing the role of Sandy Dee in Grease.

1º ESO Goes to the Theatre

The students from the first-year ESO class went to the theatre this morning. Here are their thoughts on The Prince and the Homeless Man


Today we went to the theatre. We saw a play about a prince who becomes homeless and a homeless person who becomes a prince. The prince wants the freedom of the homeless life, and the homeless person has looked through the windows of the palace every day and dreams of living there. At the end, the two people return to their previous positions.

The actors were very funny and at the end we had the opportunity to ask them questions. But there was a problem, because a knight used a defibrillator on the king even though the play was set in the Middle Ages. The actors were very expressive and the story was funny.


Crazy Job Interviews: Ice Cream Tester


Another great Crazy Job Interview, this time from Lucia and Patricia.

Why are you an ice cream tester?

Because I love ice cream. I haven’t had another job that I like.

What is your favourite ice cream?

Stracciatella ice cream and lemon ice cream.

Where do you work?

In Chiringuito de Pepe. Pepe told me that they need someone to test ice cream.

Ohh! And what is your parents’ opinion?

My mother’s opinion is that her job is educational.


Crazy Job Interviews: Breaker of Things

hammer-sledgehammer-mallet-tool.jpgThis week the 1st year ESO students took their turns at Crazy Job Interviews. Here’s one from Laura and Angela. 

Do you like to break things?


Why do you like to break things?

When I am stressed, I break things to destress.

Are you strong enough to break things? 

Yes I am.

What do you think of this job?

That it is funny to break things.

How much money would you like to earn?

50 million Euros.

Would you mind working some extra hours?

No, if they pay me, because if they don’t, I won’t work extra hours.



Crazy Job Interviews #2 – Pimple Squeezer

By far the grossest of our Crazy Job Interviews so far: this excellent and humourous dialogue by Malena and Aitana of 3rd ESO. 

Question: Have you ever squeezed a pimple before?

Answer: Yes, but only mine.

Q: If they splash in your face, do you feel disgusted?

A: No, I like it.

Q: Bigger or smaller?

A: The biggest.

Q: Do you use any specific mechanisms to squeeze them?

A: Yes, I put my finger on the pimple and I squeeze it.

Q: Do you enjoy when the liquid comes out?

A: Yes, I do.

Q: What do you think about people who don’t have any pimples?

A: I hate them.